Handbook of Vinyl Formulating, Second Edition

Handbook of Vinyl Formulating, Second Edition

Editor(s): Richard F. Grossman

Published Online: 9 AUG 2007

Print ISBN: 9780471710462

Online ISBN: 9780470253595

DOI: 10.1002/9780470253595

Series Editor(s): Richard F. Grossman

About this Book

Here is your starting point and complete guide to polyvinyl chloride (PVC) formulation. It covers the basics of vinyl formulation, starting formulations for compounds, and the latest compounding ingredients. Since publication of the acclaimed first edition, a standard reference used by vinyl technologists around the world, there have been many new developments in vinyl formulation as well as new discoveries and insights into the underlying mechanisms. It's all covered here in the second edition, in one highly readable, expertly organized volume.

Table of contents

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    2. Chapter 1

      Formulation Development (pages 1–12)

      Edward J. Wickson and Richard F. Grossman

    3. Chapter 3

      PVC Special Products (pages 57–75)

      J. R. Goots, Michael P. Moore, Kenneth B. Szoc, Richard J. Burns and James H. Bly

    4. Chapter 4

      Antidegradants (pages 77–134)

      George W. Thacker, Richard F. Grossman and John T. Lutz

    5. Chapter 5

      Colorants for Vinyl (pages 135–150)

      William R. Mathew and Richard F. Grossman

    6. Chapter 6

      Fillers and Reinforcements for PVC (pages 151–171)

      Sara Robinson, Thomas H. Ferrigno and Richard F. Grossman

    7. Chapter 13

      Plastisol Technology (pages 371–377)

      Ashok Shah, B. Mikofalvy, L. Horvath and Richard F. Grossman

    8. Chapter 14

      Formulating Expanded Products (pages 379–391)

      Jeremy H. Exelby, R. R. Puri, David M. Henshaw and Richard F. Grossman

    9. Chapter 15

      Alloys and Blends (pages 393–402)

      Michael K. Stockdale, Robert S. Brookman and Richard F. Grossman

    10. Chapter 18

      Laboratory Methods (pages 433–465)

      M. Fred Marx, Marvin Whitley, Pierre Verrier and Richard F. Grossman

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