Alternative plasticizer - Plastomoll DNA
Plastomoll DNA is a nearly colorless, clear and practically anhydrous liquid with a hardly noticeable odor.
It is soluble in the usual organic solvents and is miscible and compatible with all of the monomeric plasticizers commonly used in PVC. In water Plastomoll DNA is soluble only in very small amounts. Owing to its chemical structure, Plastomoll DNA permits – preferably, in combination with phthalates and polymeric plasticizers – the production of plasticized PVC products with exceptionally good low temperature properties. PVC plasticized with Plastomoll DNA has far less volatility than, for example, PVC plasticized with DOA.
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