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"Plastisol coating material is absorbing water"



2005

Dear Sir,
We are using liquid pvc ie.called plastisol. Can you tell me how to prevent the affect of moisture properties in pvc components.

Amit Kumar Das
chaitanya dip moulding works pvt.ltd. - Hyderabad, India
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2005

Hi Amit,

Plastisol ... um ... well, I sure hope that you are heat curing this otherwise it'll stay sloppy wet for a long time.... surely you must have received some advice from the supplier ... if not, change him !

Plastisol is a monomer, isn't it? To become a polymer, you'd need heat.

But once 'cured', I don't think that you'll find it will absorb moisture.

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Freeman Newton [dec]
(It is our sad duty to advise that Freeman passed away
April 21, 2012. R.I.P. old friend).

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