plasticiser


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Noun1.plasticiser - a substance added to plastics or other materials to make them more pliable
softener - a substance added to another to make it less hard
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These are used in cosmetics as a plasticiser, including products such as nail polish, hairspray and fragrances.They are a genuine health risk and should be avoided wherever possible.
The dogs of the plasticiser DEHP 9 which is typically present in fabrics and toys, and the nowbanned industrial chemical PCB153 which remains widely detectable.
Drink Hoses are designed to meet the most demanding application which features ultra-smooth and plasticiser free linings that do not transfers taste or odour.
For the study, the team tested the effects of two man-made chemicals -- the common plasticiser DEHP, widely used in the home (e.g.
Muscat: The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI), in cooperation with the Technical Secretariat of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), is investigating three foreign products--tile products, cardboard and chemical plasticiser. They will release a final report on the findings of the investigation and their decision.
"The plastic has lost some proportion of its mass," she said, because its plasticiser had migrated to the surface and emerged as white powder.
The following plasticising admixtures were used in the investigation: plasticiser (LS), superplasticisers (PCE and MAP).
Researchers from the University of Illinois studied the effect of di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), a plasticiser which disrupts the body's hormone system.
In order to determine the influence of plasticiser on the progress of volume changes, another three concrete mixtures were prepared with plasticiser in the amount of 0.25% by cement mass (polycarboxylate ether based technology).
In addition, the existence of a sufficient amount of cement and reduced water-solids ratio due to the addition of 1% by weight of binder super plasticiser. However, exceeding the replacement level beyond 25% has a negative effect on the compressive strength.
[ClickPress, Fri Jul 18 2014] Off-trade value sales recovered from the 2011 plasticiser incident, when contaminated ingredients were found in sports and energy drinks in Taiwan.