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High temperature plastics bring the superior properties of polymers to bear, even at high permanent operating temperatures. Heat resistant plastics are a light, versatile alternative to metal, ceramics and older-generation polymers. High performance plastics meet higher requirements than standard and engineering plastics because of their better mechanical properties, higher chemical and/or higher heat stability.

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Thursday Jul 9, 2015

By Don Rosato

Save time with a synthetic & neutral overview of the latest developments in high heat polymer resins and find-out new ideas for your future developments. You will come away with a fresh view on their performance & application potential.

Mar 12, 2015 | Industry News

Solvay at Plastindia: Exhibited Polymer Solutions & Services for Burgeoning Indian Economy

Solvay, one of the leading global chemical companies exhibited vast range of products and services for the burgeoning Indian economy at the triennial Plastindia 2015 tradeshow held at a new venue - a state-of-the-art exhibition complex in Gujarat.

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Mar 5, 2015 | Product News

Lehvoss Unveils Advanced PTFE-modified Compounds with Increased Wear Resistance

Lehvoss North America announces introduction of LUVOCOM® XTF, a new generation of polymers lubricated with an advanced proprietary PTFE formulation. These new high-performance PTFE-modified compounds exhibit significantly increased wear resistance.

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A SpecialChem Client is looking for a technology absorbing or blocking blue light transmission at 450 nm and below, with minimal visual impact. This technology will be embedded within flexible, transparent, plastic substrates (such as polypropylene). 

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Feb 19, 2015 | Product News

Insights from JEC EU: Concordia Unveils CF- & Thermoplastic Fiber-based Commingled Yarns

Commingling is a process for producing highly flexible thermoplastic prepregs. Concordia intimately blends unsized continuous-filament CF with unsized continuous-filament thermoplastic fibers to produce yarn that can be woven or braided into fabrics.

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Mar 19, 2015 | Product News

RadiciGroup at NPE2015: To Exhibit Metal-replacing & Heat Resistant PA Engineering Plastics

At NPE2015 RadiciGroup is exhibiting its RADILON® and RADISTRONG® Nylon/polyamide engineering specialties and a broad range of extrusion products. For RadiciGroup, the US event will be a prestigious opportunity to present its product portfolio.

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Mar 11, 2015 | Industry News

Victrex to Set Polymer Innovation Center in N. England to Upsurge its Tech. Leadership

Victrex plc, a UK-based one of the global world leaders in high performance polyaryletherketone (PAEK) polymers is planning to increase its global technology leadership with the construction of a major Polymer Innovation Center in northern England.

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Mar 2, 2015 | Industry News

Victrex at JEC EU: To Focus on New Hybrid Molding Tech. for Advancement of Aero Sector

During JEC Europe in Paris, Victrex will focus on delivering its cutting-edge solutions to the aerospace and energy sectors including the new Victrex hybrid molding technology enabling an unmatched combination of strength and design flexibility.

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Feb 25, 2015 | Product News

TFP at JEC EU: To Launch Extended Range of PPS, PEI, PEEK, PA & PI Veils for Composites

TFP announces that it will once again be exhibiting at JEC Europe, March 10-12 on stand C35 in hall 7.3 at Paris Porte de Versailles. New products which will be exhibited at the event include an extended range of thermoplastic veils for composites.

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Feb 17, 2015 | Industry News

IPE Introduces Solvay’s PSU-based Microtubing, Monofilaments and Profiles Product Line

International Polymer Engineering (IPE) introduced a broad, new range of high-precision microbore tubing, monofilaments and profiles made of high-performance thermoplastics from Solvay Specialty Polymers. IPE chose Solvay’s sulfone polymers.

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