|Grade Standard||Analytical Grade|
|Color||All Colours (Yellow, Green, Navy Blue, Red, Black..)|
|temperature||120degreeC to 180degreeC|
|Melting Point||90degreeC to 150degreeC|
PVC Compound have typically been considered as 100% solids. At a temperature of 60ºC to 82ºC, depending upon the gel rate of the plastisol, solvation of the solid resin by the liquid plasticizers occurs, causing the plastisol to deposit on the preheated metal. The viscosity of the plastisol increases gradually with aging. This is especially true if the aging plastisol is subjected to elevated temperatures, such as might be encountered in hot storage areas or dip tanks that tend to increase in temperature during use. Plastisol can be thinned by using special reducers The supplier should be consulted before thinning, as each material has a practical limit on its usage level.
- 100% solids.
- Approximate 2% emissions loss
- Color: Multi
- Textiles Screen Printing
- Dip moulding products
- Protective Coatings
- Crown Cork
- Automobile Industries
- Footwear Industries