secondary plasticizer

secondary plasticizer

[′sek·ən‚der·ē ′plas·tə‚sīz·ər]
(materials)
A plastics plasticizer that has insufficient affinity for a resin for it to be the sole plasticizer, and must be blended with a primary plasticizer. Also known as extender plasticizer.
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One of the most readily available bio-plasticizers is epoxidized soybean oil (ESO), which has typically been used as a secondary plasticizer for PVC.
Researchers at Battelle in conjunction with The Ohio Soybean Council, both of Columbus, Ohio, have expanded on this secondary plasticizer with their development of Environmentally Friendly Plasticizers for Polyvinyl Chloride Resin.
Kenpiast G low-viscosity mixture of alkylated naphthalenes and phenanrhrenes is an extender for epoxies, a secondary plasticizer for PVC, and a reportedly excellent compatibilizer For PVC/vinyl acetate combinations.
Kenplast G low-viscosity mixture of alkyl-ated naphthalenes and phenanthrenes is an extender for epoxies, a secondary plasticizer for PVC, and a reportedly excellent compati-bilizer for PVC/vinyl acetate combinations.
Kenplast G low-viscosity mixture of alkylated naphthalenes and phenanthrcnes is an extender for epoxies, a secondary plasticizer for PVC, and a reportedly excellent compati-bilizer for PVC/vinyl acetate combinations.
Plas-Chek 775 epoxidized soybean oil provides secondary plasticizer and secondary heat stabilizer capabilities in flexible PVC.
Plas-Chek 775 epoxidized soybean oil for use as a secondary plasticizer and secondary heat stabilizer in flexible PVC.
Plas-Check 775 epoxidized soybean oil for use as a secondary plasticizer and secondary heat stabilizer in flexible PVC.
Kenplast G, a low-viscosity mixture of alkylated naphthalenes and phenanthrenes, is an extender for epoxies, a secondary plasticizer for PVC and an excellent compatibilizer for PVC/vinyl acetate combinations.
Epoxidized vegetable oils have been used in small proportions as secondary plasticizers and thermo-co-stabilizers in the production of flexible, semi-rigid, and rigid polyvinyl chloride materials.
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, SCCPs are used as lubricants and coolants in metal cutting and metal forming operations and as secondary plasticizers and flame retardants in plastics.