primary plasticizer

primary plasticizer

[′prī‚mer·ē ′plas·tə‚sīz·ər]
(materials)
A plasticizer material for plastics formulations that has sufficient affinity to a polymer or resin so that it is considered compatible and therefore may be used as the sole plasticizer.
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US Patent 8,802,877 (August 12, 2014), "Process for Modifying Vegetable Oils and Primary Plasticizer for Vinyl Polymers," Milton Sobrosa Cordeiro, Sergio Teixeira, and Ariovaldo Fernandes, Jr.
However, the use of epoxidized triglycerides as primary plasticizers results in exudation due to limited compatibility with the polymeric matrix.
Primary plasticizers have generally good compatibility with their resins, and secondary plasticizers have partial compatibility and must be used in conjunction with a primary plasticizer.
Diisononyl phthalate (DINP) is the primary plasticizer used in polyvinyl chloride toys.
TXIB plasticizer is a primary plasticizer for vinyl, urethanes and other polymers for the production of consumer goods such as flooring, wallpaper, artificial leather and disposable medical examination gloves.
In green, we have shown a PVC/28 phr 16002 blend that contains no primary plasticizer.
Phosphate ester plastkizers for PVC function as flame retardants and can replace a portion of the primary plasticizer.
What we like about the a-PHA additive is that it allows us to reduce the amount of the primary plasticizers we use and it adds something unique to our phthalate-free products.
What are billed as the first primary plasticizers for PVC wire and cable with nearly 100% renewable content and a brand-new bio-based nylon were introduced last month.

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