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Plasticizers > Phthalates > DINP, Di Iso Nonyl Phthalates

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ExxonMobil Chemical
Jayflex™ DINP by ExxonMobil Chemical is di-isononyl phthalate plasticizer. It is used in acrylic window sealants (caulks), automotive sealants, tub and tile sealants (caulks) and urethane sealants... view more
Applications
  • Sealants
  • Automotive
  • Buildings & constructions>General caulking & sealing
ExxonMobil Chemical
Jayflex™ L9P by ExxonMobil Chemical is dinonyl phthalate plasticizer. It is used in acrylic window sealants (caulks), automotive sealants, tub and tile sealants (caulks) and urethane sealants. It... view more
Applications
  • Sealants
  • Buildings & constructions>General caulking & sealing
  • Automotive
Diisononyl phthalate. Acts as a plasticizer. Compatible with cellulose acetate butyrate, cellulose nitrate, ethyl cellulose, nitrile, polymethyl methacrylate, polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride and... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Sealants>Pre-formed tape / Gasket
  • Polymers>Polychlorovinyls (PVC, PVDC)>Polyvinyl Chlorides (PVC)
Hanwha Chemical (Hanwha Group)
DINP by Hanwha Chemical is a diisononyl phthalate plasticizer. It offers excellent viscosity stabilization, heat-, light- & cold resistance and outstanding electric insulation. It is compatible with... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
KLJ Group
Di iso nonyl phthalate. Used as plasticizer. Offers good low temperature performance and low volatility. Possesses low paste viscosity and improved storage stability... view more
Applications
  • Adhesives
  • Sealants
  • Polymers>Polychlorovinyls (PVC, PVDC)>Polyvinyl Chlorides (PVC)
Diisononyl phthalate (DINP). Used as a plasticizer for PVC in gaskets for a variety of applications. Offers lower volatility, workability and efficiency. Provides good resistance to extraction by... view more
Applications
  • Sealants>Pre-formed tape / Gasket
  • Polymers>Polychlorovinyls (PVC, PVDC)>Polyvinyl Chlorides (PVC)
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