DINP (Diisononyl Phthalate)
Industrialized for third parties.
DINP is a primary monomeric plasticizer of high molecular weight with moderate viscosity and low volatility.
The compounds of polyvinyl chloride produced with these plasticizers have characteristics of good electrical resistance, excellent transparency and compatibility with the polyvinyl chloride resins, thus favoring low exudation.
DINP has superior dielectric characteristics to those of DOP and is therefore particularly suitable for the production of composite coatings for electrical conductors.
Due to its low volatility characteristics, DINP is indicated in the formulation of Plastisols for automotive and machinery presses as they maintain paste viscosity for a long period of time.
Although DINP is considered a general use plasticizer like DOP, it allows for greater resistance against extraction in soap solutions, and reduced volatility in polyvinyl chloride compounds.