Plastisol

Plastisol is a suspension of PVC particles in a liquid plasticizer; it flows as a liquid and can be poured into a heated mold. When heated to around 177 degrees Celsius, the plastic and plasticizer mutually dissolve each other. On cooling the mold below 60 degrees C, a flexible, permanently plasticized solid product results.

Aside from molding, plastisol is commonly used as a textile ink for screen-printing and as a coating, particularly in outdoor applications (roofs, furniture) and dip-coating.


Procedures

Hot Dip
Hot Melt
Molding
Slush Molding
Rotocast
Extrusion


Properties & Quality Control Testing

Color
Durometer
Weight/Gallon
Viscosity/Melt
Fragrance
Heat Stability
Gel Temp
Mold Release

Possibilities