Plastisol


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plastisol

[′plas·tə‚sȯl]
(materials)
A vinyl resin dissolved in a plasticizer to make a pourable liquid.

Plastisol

 

a concentrated colloidal dispersion of polymers in a liquid plasticizer. Plastisols usually contain from 30 to 80 percent plasticizer. They are used in the production of artificial leather, foamed plastics, and coatings for metal surfaces. The most widely used plastisols are derived from polyvinyl chloride and copolymers that contain vinyl chloride and vinyl acetate.

plastisol

A plastic resin, such as a vinyl resin, which has been dissolved in a plasticizer; a pourable liquid, used for casting; solidifies when baked.
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Depending on the various types, market is segmented into Butyl, Emulsion, Plastisol, Polyurethane and Silicone.
It even makes filter elements which come tapered with metal ends and gaskets on both ends, with metal end plates and gaskets on the open end, with plastisol ends, with metal end plates that are open on both ends with gaskets on both, and in marine and monel styles.
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BMS: non-migrating pigment for vinyl plastisol and to eliminate plateout in masterbatch
Sales area includes Inks, paint, wood coatings, plus PVC plastisol, PU foams and many other applications
MCT/Thermovation plastic dip molding and coating systems for vinyl and plastisol products are fully automatic dipping, curing and drying systems.
They send their work to a company to screen print the designs onto plastisol transfer sheets.
Its] low volatility, high resistance to migration, and low extractability in water and organic solvents provide for superior permanence in most applications, including adhesives and sealants, calendering, extrusion and plastisol products.
The BTO incorporates a metal panel with plastisol gasket and a plastic fitment with tamper evident band.
PVC plastisol is a suspension consisting of PVC resin particles in a liquid continuous phase formed mainly by a plasticizer (2).
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Based on the company's patented Advantex glass technology, AdVeil glass veil is supplied pre-filled with a proprietary inorganic formulation that reduces plastisol use up to 150 grams per square meter--a savings of up to 30% compared to conventional nonwoven glass veil offered in the marketplace.