DOA plasticizer (Bis(2-Ethylhexyl) Adipate) is a light colored, oily liquid generally used as a plasticizer for PVC. It can be used alone or blended with other plasticizers, such as DOP or DOTP. In PVC, DOA features flexibility at low temperatures, good electrical properties, good resistance to weathering, and good stability to heat. DOA is used to produce clear films for food packaging applications. In addition to PVC, DOA is compatible with nitrocellulose, ethyl cellulose, most synthetic rubbers, and high-butyryl cellulose acetate butyrates. DOA is a light coloured, mild odor, oily liquid and is soluble in water.
For meat wrapping films. To improve cold flex of flexible PVC.
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