DIISOCTYL SEBACATE is a chemical used in a variety of industries, including as a plasticizer for polyvinyl chloride, as a lubricant for polyolefins and as a solvent for polyamides. It is also known by other names such as diisooctyl sebacic acid, diisooctyl sebacate, diisooctyl decanedioate and diisooctyl ester.
When rubber is exposed to DIISOCTYL SEBACATE, it can cause swelling and embrittlement, leading to cracking and eventual failure of the rubber material. Additionally, the plasticizing effects of DIISOCTYL SEBACATE can cause softening of rubbers, which can also lead to premature failure. It is important to select rubber materials that are compatible with DIISOCTYL SEBACATE in order to avoid any potential failure.
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