chlorinated paraffin

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chlorinated paraffin

[′klȯr·ə‚nād·əd ′par·ə·fən]
(organic chemistry)
One of a group of chlorine derivatives of paraffin compounds.
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In applications such as highly loaded EPDM roofing where one could utilize antimony oxide, chlorinated paraffins, zinc borate and fillers to aid in developing a compound that passes stringent flame retardant requirements.
The Global Chlorinated Paraffins Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global chlorinated paraffins industry.
Some of the company's key products are caustic soda, hydrochloric acid, paste PVC, fumed silica, chlorinated paraffins, propylene, heavy liquid wax, acrylic acid and ester, liquid gas and diesel oil.
2014 Market Research Report on Global Chlorinated Paraffins Industry provides data and information on North American, Europe and Asia etc, and major countries including United States, Germany, Japan and China etc.
In fact, Flexidone reportedly increases the compatibility of other formulation ingredients--allowing, for example, high levels of inexpensive secondary plasticizers such as chlorinated paraffins or fatty (palmitic, oleic) esters.
Fatty Acids, Chlorinated Paraffins, Vegetable Oils.
15) Chlorinated paraffins as effective low cost fire retardants for rubber.
Other important end uses include oilfield chemicals, rolling oils, chlorinated paraffins and solvents.
Chlorinated paraffins include Chlorez resin grades (70% chlorine) and Paroil and Chloroflo liquid grades (30-70% chlorine).
Available additives include adipates, azelates, benzoates, chlorinated paraffins, phosphate esters, phthalates, polymerics, sebacates and specialty additives.
They involve the use of hydrated minerals, chlorinated paraffins, antimony oxide, or phosphate ester plasticizers.
announced that its Canadian operating subsidiary, PCI Chemicals Canada Company, has entered into an agreement providing for the sale of Pioneer's chlorinated paraffins business to Dover Chemical Corporation.

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