industrial pvc plasticizer additives

plasticizers: types, uses, classification ... - polymer additives

Plasticizers: Types, Uses, Classification ... - Polymer Additives

Plasticizers are among the most widely used additives in the plastic industry. They are also usually cheaper than other additives used in polymer processing. Plasticizers are most often used in PVC, the third largest polymer by volume after PP and PE.

Get Inquiry
plastic chemicals & pvc additives - supplier and exporter of industrial

Plastic Chemicals & PVC additives - Supplier and Exporter of industrial

Plastic additives are used to control and prevent this degradation. Plastic additives are used in pipes, joints, electrical wires, atypical extrusion, industrial films, flexible plastic film, and wall paper. There are many types of plastic additives including stabilizers, lubricants, antioxidizing agents, light stabilizers and flame retardants.

Get Inquiry
introduction of polymer additives | chemical products|adeka

Introduction of Polymer additives | Chemical Products|ADEKA

Plasticizers This lowers the glass transition point of the polymer and imparts it flexibility. In particular, the flexibility of polyvinyl chlorides can be readily controlled by varying the amount of plasticizer added, and PVC can therefore be adapted to a large number of applications.

Get Inquiry
plasticizer

Plasticizer

For plastics such as PVC, the more plasticizer added, the lower their cold flex temperature will be. Plastic items containing plasticizers can exhibit improved flexibility and durability. Plasticizers can become available for exposure due to migration and abrasion of the plastic since they are not bound to the polymer matrix.

Get Inquiry
an overview of chemical additives present in plastics: migration

An overview of chemical additives present in plastics: Migration

The various additives present in almost all plastic-derived materials can also contribute to marine pollution. Some plastics contain POPs as additives (e.g. hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD or HBCD) and/or polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE)) at a concentration of 0.7–25% wt. , .

Get Inquiry
clariant additives – your specialist for plastics, coatings, inks

Clariant Additives – Your specialist for plastics, coatings, inks

Performance Additives Additive solutions for the plastics and coatings industry. We started with single components for a multitude of challenges like thermal stabilization, sun and oxidation protection as well as flame retardancy and process stabilization, which still form the base of our portfolio.

Get Inquiry
synthetic rubber & plastic additives | industrial chemicals | azelis

Synthetic Rubber & Plastic Additives | Industrial Chemicals | Azelis

Rubber & Plastic Additives We are leaders in supplying the rubber and plastics industry around the world with products of the highest quality including elastomers, natural and synthetic rubber, chemical additives and fillers such as silica, carbon black and pigments to help you meet the needs of the market.

Get Inquiry
transforming recycled plastic into additives for industrial

Transforming Recycled Plastic into Additives for Industrial

The company started in 2010 and built a lab process that they validated and then took to a demonstration scale. They are reportedly the first company in the world to upcycle post-consumer and post-industrial recycled plastics into synthetic polymers and additives that meet specific performance requirements for industrial applications.

Get Inquiry
flame retardants for fire proof plastics - polymer additives

Flame Retardants for Fire Proof Plastics - Polymer Additives

Flame Retardants for Fire Proof Plastics Flame retardant (FR) plastics are essential to devices we use every day, providing a valuable tool in fire prevention, but their technology is complex. While some resins are inherently flame resistant, others need special additives to minimize the propagation of smoke and flames.

Get Inquiry
polyvinyl chloride pvc: properties, benefits & applications

Polyvinyl Chloride PVC: Properties, Benefits & Applications

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is one of the most widely used polymers in the world. Due to its versatile nature, PVC is used extensively across a broad range of industrial, technical and everyday applications including widespread use in building, transport, packaging, electrical/electronic and healthcare applications.

Get Inquiry

Company Reviews