DINA is a adipate ester of isononyl alcohol (carbon number 9) that oxidized the butene dimer. Performance as a plasticizer is between DOA and DIDA, and it is appropriate for wide range of application.
It has characteristics of cold resistance and DINA has superior heat resistance compared to DOA.
|Chemical name||Diisononyl adipate(DINA)|
|Existing chemical number||2-861|
|Functional group/compound classification||Ester bond|
|Flow point (°C)||-70|
|Boiling point (°C, 0.67kPa)||227|
|Specific gravity (20/20°C)||0.924|
|Flash point (°C, open)||232|
|Ignition point (°C)||380|
|Aqueous solubility (ppm, 25°C)||1 or less|
|Fire Service Act||Hazardous material, Class 4 Petroleum No. 4|
|Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law||Not applicable|
This is used as a plasticizer for wide range of flexible PVC to improve the cold resistance. It is also appropriate for food carton packaging material.
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