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  • noun Plural form of plasticiser.

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Examples

  • Fina said it would examine samples to check for the presence of "plasticisers" - particles of plastic left over from blood bags.

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  • Fina said it would examine samples to check for the presence of "plasticisers" - particles of plastic left over from blood bags.

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  • Normal concrete additives such as accelerators, waterproofers and plasticisers may be used as required.

    4. Content of a national standards document

  • Ready-made masonry cements (e.g. cements made with OPC, finely ground mineral filler and plasticisers) are available in some locations.

    Chapter 9

  • Masonry cements (made with ordinary Portland cement and plasticisers) should show an initial set in not less than 45 minutes, and a final set within 10 hours, if they are to comply with the British Standard (71).

    Chapter 11

  • Pure PVC resin cannot be used for manufacturing; it is always mixed (blended) with additives, improving stability (stabilisers) and plasticity (plasticisers).

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news

  • Applications for the PVC Thermomat include determination of PVC stability times (raw PVC and PVC products) and examination of PVC additives (stabilisers and plasticisers).

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news

  • Pure PVC resin cannot be used for manufacturing; it is always mixed (blended) with additives, improving stability (stabilisers) and plasticity (plasticisers).

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news

  • There's all sorts of interesting stuff in that, plasticisers, stablisers, zinc and once again, finely divided carbon particles.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • Applications for the PVC Thermomat include determination of PVC stability times (raw PVC and PVC products) and examination of PVC additives (stabilisers and plasticisers).

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news

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