DOA, dioctyl adipate is a primary plasticizer resulting from the esterification of 2-Ethyl Hexanol with Adipic Acid, it is the most important in the adipate group, it offers a high efficiency, better flexibility properties at low temperatures and resistance to the loss of color by exposure to heat and ultraviolet light.

It is used in PVC applications offering better properties at low temperatures compared to phthalates. This plasticizer imparts low viscosities, is compatible with Nitrocellulose, ethyl cellulose and other synthetic plastics and is widely used in applications in contact with food.

Key Features
Excellent properties at low temperature and in contact with food.
Compound type:PLASTICIZERS
Market:Food Contact
Color max (Pt-Co):25
Purity min (% ester):99
Acid Number max (mg KOH/g):0
Humidity max (% weight):0
Phthalate max content (ppm):500
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