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TEXT: Mesamoll® II is a general purpose plasticiser with good gelling behaviour and saponification resistance. It is compatible with many types of Chemical composition CAS Reg. No. Physical form Health and safety information
polymers including PVC and polyurethanes. The main difference between Mesamoll II and Mesamoll is the former's reduced volatility. alkylsulphonic acids phenyl esters (ASE) 91082-17-6 (ASE) slightly yellowish, clear liquid Relevant safety data and references as well as possibly necessary warning labels can be found in the safety data sheet no. 681389. Mesamoll II is not subject to labelling according to the German Regulations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, the German Regulation on Dangerous Substances (GefStoffV) or corresponding EU directives.
Indication according to GefStoffV
Specified Properties Property Refractive index nD 20 Volatile paraffinic compounds Hazen colour value Density at 20 °C Viscosity at 20 °C Water content Nominal Value 1.499 ± 0.003 0.25 max 300 max. 1.055 ± 0.015 125 ± 15 0.05 max. g/cm
Test Method DIN EN ISO 6320 (method based on)
K27001/MEL (Gaschromatography) DIN ISO 6271 DIN 51 757 DIN 53 015 DIN 51 777
mPa s %
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the product is stable for 2 years. stainless steel (V4A or V2A). preferably. -32 approx. 118 Unit mg KOH/g °C °C °C Test Method DIN 53 401 ISO 3016 ISO 2592 DIN 53 408 (method based on) Storage Mesamoll II should be kept in its tightly sealed original container in a dry place. Technical Information 2008-04-29. If stored properly. tanks should be well insulated and/or the plasticiser heated slightly if necessary. During storage. tanks in uncoated polyester or. Warm water has proved to be a suitable heating medium. Page 2 of 4 . Instructions and recommendations for use Density. the design of the storage tanks and the dimensions of pipelines and delivery pumps etc. if necessary. To ensure that Mesamoll II can be easily pumped from outdoor tanks even at low temperatures. unless specifically indicated otherwise. Heating coils should be made of aluminium or. Solubility Soluble in all common solvents but insoluble in water Packaging Road tankers 220 kg metal drums These raw material properties are typical properties and. 225 approx. viscosity and vapour pressure are important variables determining storage. of stainless steel (V4A). iron containers with an oilresistant coating such as DD Coating. Mesamoll II should not come into contact with iron for prolonged periods since this may cause discoloration. The graphs in Figures 1 to 3 show these data for Mesamoll II.Additional Information Property Saponification number Pour point Flash point (open cup) Dissolution temperature Typical Value only partial saponification possible approx. with an impervious DD coating. are not to be considered as delivery specification. The materials recommended for transport and storage containers are: aluminium.
08 Density g/cm³ 1.07 1.05 1. Page 3 of 4 .07 1. 2: Viscosity of Mesamoll II as a function of temperature (DIN 53015) Fig.1. Paris.10 1. 1981.08 1. styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR).06 1. 4: Saponification rate of Mesamoll II compared to commercial DEHP (DIN 53 404) Technical Information 2008-04-29. isobutylene-isoprene rubber (IIR).25 %. Decision of the Council C (81) 30 Final Fig.03 1.02 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Temperature °C General properties Mesamoll II is characterised by • maximum of volatile compounds of 0. blends of styrene-butadiene rubber and butadiene rubber (SBR/BR).04 1.02 1. Fig.04 1. due to Mesamoll II's chemical structure. natural rubber (NR). this is especially beneficial for articles which come into contact with water and alkaline media. Test Guideline 104. polyvinyl chloride (PVC). acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber (NBR) and chloroprene rubber (CR) • outstanding resistance to weathering and light • good dielectric properties which give plasticised PVC outstanding weldability at high frequencies leading to shorter cycle times. 1: Density of Mesamoll II as a function of temperature (DIN 51757) Viskosität 1000 Viscosity (mPa s) 100 10 1 0 10 20 30 40 Tem perature (°C) 50 60 70 80 Fig. 4).09 1. • outstanding gelling capacity with many polymers including PVC and polyurethanes.05 1. resulting in lower processing temperatures and shorter processing times • high saponification resistance.03 1.10 1.06 1.09 1. especially compared to DEHP (see Fig. Good compatibility with a large number of polymers such as polyurethane (PU). 3: Vapour pressure of Mesamoll II in line with: OECD.
welding film. As the conditions of use and application of the suggested formulation are beyond our control. • Coatings (including spreading) Coatings for air-supported structures and tents. occupational and protective clothing. The application.Applications Mesamoll II is used as a plasticiser for a wide range of articles based on polyurethane (PU). rain-wear. • Extrusion Profiles for the automotive industry. swimming pool covers. and it is expressly understood and agreed that you assume. and hereby expressly release us from. film for tunnel linings and other construction applications. adhesive tape. blown film. tubing. styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR). although the ingredients. bath mats. film for electrical insulation. Further. This application-specific analysis at least must include testing to determine suitability from a technical. quantities thereof and properties of compounds or finished goods mentioned herein reflect our recommendation at the time of publication. weathering and alkali-resistant structural profiles. isobutylene-isoprene rubber (IIR). in tort. Our advice does not release you from the obligation to check its validity and to test our products as to their suitability for the intended processes and uses. Page 4 of 4 . incurred in connection with the use of this guide. natural rubber (NR).are given in good faith but without warranty. it is imperative that it be tested to determine. therefore. expanded film. in writing or by the way of trials . Our products are sold in accordance with the current version of our General Conditions of Sale and Delivery. • Calendering Film for the automotive industry. This information and our technical advice . and this also applies where proprietary rights of third parties are involved. • Injection moulding Work boots. acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber (NBR) and chloroprene rubber (CR). entirely your own responsibility. use and processing of our products manufactured by you on the basis of our technical advice are beyond our control and. this guide may not be subject to continuous review and/or updating. safety and environmental standpoints. all liability. Registered Trademarks of Lanxess Deutschland GmbH: Mesamoll Edition: 2008-04-29 The above formulation is intended solely as a guide for our business partners and others interested in our products. technical articles.whether verbal. polyvinyl chloride (PVC). and you agree that use is undertaken at your sole risk. to your satisfaction. as well as health. D-51369 Leverkusen Functional Chemicals Polymer Additives Technical Information 2008-04-29. Typical applications are: • Polyurethane-based sealing and adhesive systems (One-component and Twocomponent systems) Mouldable. whether it is suitable for your intended use(s) and application(s). All information is given without warranty or guarantee. jointing strip. blends of styrene-butadiene rubber and butadiene rubber (SBR/BR). office film. contract or otherwise. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Lanxess. easy-to-process sealants for filling or covering joints in structures and parts of buildings. shower curtains.
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