DINP is a phthalic acid ester of isononyl alcohol (carbon number 9) that oxidized the butene dimer. Compared to general purpose plasticizer DOP, DINP has slightly lower plasticizing efficiency and machinability, but it has higher heat resistance, equaling to mixing ratio of 3/1 (DOP/DIDP).
|Chemical name||Diisononyl phthalate (DINP)|
|Existing chemical number||3-1307|
|Functional group/compound classification||Benzene ring, ester bond|
|Flow point (°C)||-45|
|Boiling point (°C, 101.3kPa)||403|
|Specific gravity (20/20°C)||0.976|
|Flash point (°C, open)||235|
|Ignition point (°C)||374|
|Aqueous solubility (ppm/20°C)||1 or less|
|Fire Service Act||Hazardous material, Class 4 Petroleum No. 4|
|Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Law||Not applicable|
DINP is a general purpose plasticizer that can be used in wide range of applications from extrusion of electrical wire, leather, etc., to calendar processing and plastisol processing. It has superior viscosity stability than DOP for plastisol composition.
Similar to DOP, it is a typical general purpose plasticizer used for wide range of flexible PVC products, but it is appropriate for application that requires higher heat resistance than DOP.
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