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ExxonMobil
Jayflex™ DIDP by ExxonMobil Chemical is a general-purpose high-molecular-weight plasticizer. It is designed for flexible PVC products that require resistance to degradation due to high temperatures... view more
ExxonMobil
Jayflex™ DINP by ExxonMobil Chemical is a cost-effective, high-molecular-weight plasticizer. It is an excellent substitute for Di (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DOP) in most flexible PVC applications... view more
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Jayflex™ DIDP (0.12% TCA) Plasticizer by ExxonMobil Chemical is a general-purpose high-molecular-weight plasticizer. Its benefits include higher permanency for better resistance to aging, increasing... view more
ExxonMobil
Jayflex™ DIDP-E by ExxonMobil Chemical is a high-molecular-weight plasticizer. It is designed for flexible PVC products that require resistance to degradation due to high temperatures (such as wire... view more
ExxonMobil
Jayflex™ L11P-E by ExxonMobil Chemical is a linear undecyl phthalate for flexible PVC products. It is used when greater low-temperature flexibility or a specific end-use application requires unique... view more
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Palatinol® DPHP by BASF is di-(2-propylheptyl) phthalate. Acts as a plasticizer. It is produced from 2 propyl heptanol alcohol (2PH). Palatinol® DPHP is suitable for use in automotive, wire and... view more
Palatinol® DPHP-I by BASF is a mixture of di-(2-propylheptyl) phthalate + 0.1% 1,1,3- Tris (2-methyl-4-hydroxy-5-t-butylphenyl) butane antioxidant. Acts as a plasticizer. It is produced from 2... view more
Ela Kimyevi Maddeler
Di Iso nonyl Phthalate acts as a plasticizer. It is a clear, colorless liquid. It is obtained by the reaction of phthalic anhydrite with iso nonyl alcohol. It forms a paste with a lower viscosity as... view more
Di-(2-propyl heptyl) phthalate. Acts as a PVC plasticizer. Is a colorless, clear and practically anhydrous liquid with a hardly noticeable odor. Can be used in applications that are particularly... view more
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GuangDong Sky Bright
Di-isononyl phthalate. Is a clear, colorless and almost odorless liquid. Acts as a PVC stabilizer. As compared to DOP, the low volatility and better endurability of DINP significantly reduce the... view more
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Hanwha Chemical (Hanwha Group)
DIDP (Hanwha Chemical) by Hanwha Chemical is a diisodecyl phthalate plasticizer. It is recommended for plastics, automobiles, wires & cables and rubber. It offers electrical insulation and... view more
Hanwha Chemical (Hanwha Group)
DINP by Hanwha Chemical is a diisononyl phthalate plasticizer. It offers excellent viscosity stabilization and outstanding electric insulation. It provides heat-, light- & cold resistance. It is... view more
Harwick Standard
Polycizer® DINP by Harwick Standard is a low volatile, di-isononyl phthalate. It is a good economical general purpose diester plasticizer. It is available in clear liquid form. It provides a very... view more
KLJ Group
1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid-di C10/C12 alkyl ester, transparent liquid. Acts as a primary, long chain aliphatic plasticizer for PVC and PVC copolymers. Offers very high stability. Shows solubility... view more
KLJ Group
Di iso nonyl phthalate. Used as a plasticizer for PVC. Offers good low temperature performance and low volatility. Possesses low paste viscosity and improved storage stability. Exhibits improved... view more
LG Chem
Diisodecyl phthalate. It acts as a plasticizer and shows heat resistance, low volatility as well as an electric insulation. It appears as a colorless to pale yellow, oily liquid and is applicable... view more
LG Chem
Diisononyl phthalate. It acts as a plasticizer and shows good viscosity stability as well as an electric insulation. It appears as a colorless to pale yellow, oily liquid having molecular weight of... view more
LG Chem
Dipropylheptyl phthalate. It acts as a plasticizer with heat resistance. It appears as a colorless to pale yellow, oily liquid having molecular weight of 446.67. It is used in cable and tarpaulin... view more
DINP is a di-isononyl phthalate grade. Acts as a plasticizer. It is a clear liquid (no material in suspension) obtained from isononyl alcohol and phthalic anhydride esterification. Exhibits low... view more
Mexiflex DPHP-1 is di-(2 propyl heptyl) phthalate grade. Acts as a plasticizer. It is a clear liquid (no material in suspension) obtained from 2-propyl heptanol and phthalic anhydride... view more
Michael Ballance Plastics Limited
Bis (2-propylheptyl) phthalate. Acts as a plasticizer. It is a colorless, clear and practically anhydrous liquid with a low odor. Used in PVC. Can be used in applications that are... view more
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Napsan
Di-isodecyl phthalate. Acts as a plasticizer. Provides good heat aging characteristics, excellent soapy water resistance and very low voatility. Exhibits light stability, excellent dimensional... view more
Napsan
Di-isononyl phthalate. Acts as a plasticizer. Provides a low volatility, a good resistance to extraction by soapy water and a low temperature performance... view more
Bis(2-propylheptyl) phthalate. Acts as a plasticizer. It provides good weather resistance. It is recommended for polymer processing through compounding, calendering, spread coating, extrusion and... view more
Bis(2-propylheptyl) phthalate. Acts as a plasticizer. It provides better UV stability and weather resistance. Used in roofing membranes, wires and cables for PVC and PVC copolymers... view more
Plastay (Sungur Group)
Diisodecyl phthalate. Acts as a plasticizer. This ester is produced from the reaction of phthalic anhydride with isodecanol. It causes all the polymeric materials including PVC to soften swiftly. It... view more
Plastay (Sungur Group)
Diisononyl phthalate. Acts as a plasticizer. This ester is produced from the reaction of phthalic anhydride with isononyl alcohol. It causes all the polymeric materials including PVC to soften... view more
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