plastisol


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

plastisol

(ˈplæstɪˌsɒl)
n
(Chemistry) a suspension of resin particles convertible into a solid plastic
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
References in periodicals archive ?
The demand dynamics of various coating types analyzed in the report include evaluation of prospects of acrylic coatings, epoxy coatings, fluoropolymer coating, plastisol coatings, plastisol coatings, and polyurethane coatings.
Polytek is a manufacturer of specialty polymers including polyurethane elastomers and casting resins, silicone, latex, plastisol, thermoplastic elastomers, and epoxies.
The latest generation of CHT screen printing silicones, ALPAPRINT NG, are the environmentally friendly alternative to plastisol inks, PVC and free from critical softeners.
Polytek Development Corp., a portfolio company of Arsenal Capital Partners, is a manufacturer of speciality polymers including polyurethane elastomers and casting resins, silicone, latex, plastisol, thermoplastic elastomers, and epoxies.
They fooled many fish that had seemingly become jaded at the action, appearance, and flavor of plain plastisol worms.
BMS: non-migrating pigment for vinyl plastisol and to eliminate plateout in masterbatch
Participants can learn about screen exposure and printing with plastisol heat-setting inks.
Asia Pacific was the largest plastisols market in 2016, led by China, where the plastisol market is driven by demand in areas such as transportation, construction and textiles.
It can also be used for applications like Plastisol architectural cladding, automotive interior trim, and PVC roofing.
Formulated to adhere strongly to rigid and flexible plasticised surfaces, it is ideal for such applications as Plastisol architectural cladding, automotive interior trim, ABS plastics, PVC roofing and lorry side curtains.
The anthropomorphic sculpture--constructed from a panoply of found metal and rubber objects, including frying pans, a teapot, and metal cables--took a wide and powerful stance, seemingly lunging across a work in plastisol and puff paint on cotton spread out on the floor like a carpet.
Moms and Dads were rightly concerned a decade ago over the gender-bending rumors that surrounded some low molecular weight (LMW) phthalate plasticizers being used in toys, clothing and other plastisol applications.