The Universal Selection Source: Plastics & Elastomers

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Plastics processing optimization is on high priority in the minds of most of engineers and designers in the Plastics Industry. In the last few decades, plastics have become the most dominant engineering material for most products. Parts once thought of as impossible to create using plastic, are now being designed with polymers at a higher rate than ever before. Plastic parts are lighter and afford more design flexibility.

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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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Flexible PVC: How to Avoid Unwanted Color Development

Avoid unwanted color development in your flexible PVC by knowing the 8 main causes of color issues. When you know the cause, you almost have the solution!...

Flexible PVC color development troubleshooting

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How to Reduce PP Cycle Time (+ Avoid Shrinkage & Warpage)

Reduce the overall cycle time of polypropylene & avoid warpage and shrinkage...

PP Polypropylene Cycle Time Reduction Nucleating Agent Warpage Shrinkage

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A SpecialChem Client is seeking a biodegradable lubricant which inhibits corrosion, displaces moisture, while maintaining lubricant performance. The solution will be packaged in portable containers...

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How to Show Improved Wetting of Lubricants during Polymer Processing

Discover a fast screening test to select an improved lubricant package for your polymer processing...

Wetting Lubricants Polymer Processing Wettability Testing

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This self-reinforced composite fabric is a 100% polyolefin composite material, thus a mono material concept which is fully recyclable. The fabric filaments consist of a highly oriented, high...
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