Plasticizers

A plasticizer is a compound that is added to a material to make it gentler and more adaptable, to increase its flexibility, reduce thickness, or reduce friction during fabrication.

 

Plasticizers are commonly added to polymers, such as plastics and elastic, to aid in the treatment of the raw material during production or to meet the demands of the end product’s use. Plasticizers, for example, are frequently applied to polyvinyl chloride (PVC), which is hard and brittle in any event, to make it delicate and flexible, making it suitable for goods such as clothing, packs, hoses, and electric wire coverings.

Plasticizers have the following benefits: better anti-ageing protection, longer product life, and lower cost. Covering with plastisol is easier, as is splashing and diving. For cold outdoor circumstances, higher permanence and improved obstruction are required. Optional plasticizers for additional cost reserve funds are similar. Low instability means fewer procedure discharges, better working conditions, and compliance with REACH.

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Applications
of Plasticizers

  • Cables
  • Shoe Soles
  • PVC Compounds
  • Hoses
  • Coatings
  • Inks

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