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High Heat Materials
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.

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A SpecialChem client is looking for a technology allowing a reversible identification of a transparent plastic substrate when packaged or in use.

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Jan 16, 2015 | Article

Automotive Light-weighting Technologies at the Forefront

By Don Rosato

Exploring the weight advantages of new engineered thermoplastic and thermoset materials and composites against a backdrop of advanced metal technology is the focus of this article. There is a huge interest in auto market in exploring new materials. There is a huge interest in the auto market in exploring new materials and processes to deliver light...

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Jan 9, 2015 | Product News

DSM at NPE: To Show PA-based Solutions for Flexible Food Packaging, CNG Tanks & more

Royal DSM, the global Life Sciences and Materials Sciences company, will demonstrate how its materials have been used in some of the latest application innovations to be introduced to the market at NPE being held in Orlando, FL from March 23-27.

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Dec 29, 2014 | Product News

DSM at PlastIndia’15: To Highlight Engineering PA- & TPE-based Applications for Auto, E&E

Royal DSM, the global Life Sciences and Material Sciences company, will feature numerous new applications in automotive, mobile electronics and electrical equipment that incorporate its engineering plastics at PlastIndia 2015 (5-10 Feb., Gujarat).

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Thursday Feb 26, 2015

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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Jan 16, 2015 | Industry News

DuPont™ Vespel® Bushings Improve Performance of Turbocharger Wastegate Actuators

Among the leading global suppliers of innovative turbocharging systems has chosen DuPont™ Vespel® (heat deflection temperature of 360 °C) bushings to improve reliability & durability of pneumatic wastegate actuators used in turbocharger applications.

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Jan 14, 2015 | Product News

Solvay Introduces Xydar® MG-850 LCP for High-speed USB Surface Mount Connectors

Solvay Specialty Polymers introduces Xydar® MG-850 LCP, a new specially designed grade to meet the rigorous performance and processing demands of new high-speed USB 3.0 surface mount connectors. It is a 50 percent glass/mineral reinforced polymer.

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Jan 8, 2015 | Industry News

DSM & ERDA’s Joint Research Confirms High-temp. Resistant PA46 Safe for MCCBs

Royal DSM says that new independent research with ERDA shows that use of DSM’s high performance polyamides in molded case circuit breakers makes them safer and more cost-effective to produce than traditional versions made in thermoset composites.

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Dec 25, 2014 | Product News

Invibio’s PEEK-OPTIMA® HA Enhanced-based Implants Receive CE Marking

Implants made from the Invibio’s PEEK-OPTIMA® HA Enhanced implantable polymer have received their first CE mark (European) approval. It is granted to implants supplied by the Karmed Saglik Group for the treatment of degenerative spinal conditions.

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