The Universal Selection Source: Plastics & Elastomers
A SpecialChem Client requires a technology that delivers an instant optical blurring effects on the skin, i.e. immediately reduces the appearance of fine lines, pores and blemishes...
A SpecialChem Client is seeking a thin film polymer barrier to spray coat into metal beverage and food cans at high speed. This polymer barrier must be resistant to mechanical bend...
A SpecialChem Client requires a technology to optimize the performance of UV filters from its formulation. Technologies that could enhance usual UV filters are also of interest.
A SpecialChem Client is seeking a transparent technology to protect organic particles from high alkaline environment and UV radiation.
This technology allows selective separation of metals from solid or liquid mixtures. Given the nature of this technology, it can be tailored to separate specific elements. Industri...
Food Packaging: Latest Barrier Solutions
Apr 2, 2015
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Sensoriality / Sensorial Experience for Renewed Claims
Apr 7, 2015
Solving Adhesion Issues of Coatings & Inks
Apr 8, 2015
Creativity with Plastics
Green and bio-plastics
High Heat Materials
Jan 30, 2015 |
By Don Rosato
There are two main types of biopolymers: those that come from living organisms; and, those which need to be polymerized but come from renewable resources. Both types are used in the production of bioplastics. Biopolymers that are present in, or created by, living organisms include carbohydrates and proteins.These can be used in the production of pl...
Sep 17, 2014 |
By Mark DeMeuse
Thermal management has always been a major concern in the design of high frequency, high power electronic devices. For example, historically, in many power amplifier designs, the vast majority of the power that needs to be dissipated is from the high power field effect transistors, or FET's, themselves. In these cases, the high power dissipation ...
Jul 8, 2014 |
By Thibaud Deleger
From the elastomeric materials, side significant changes occurred in these past years, with many more options offered to product designers and engineers. Vulcanized rubbers were the first to be developed, and therefore have a long history in multiple uses. Flexible PVC entered the game, and thanks to their cost competitive pricing and almost infini...
May 2, 2014 |
Nowadays low gloss Polyacetal (POM) materials are required for automotive interior parts. In this study, new low gloss POM was developed. Original organic particles having effective interaction with POM, was developed as the matting agent. Consequently, excellent low gloss appearance with a good balance of mechanical properties is obtained. In addi...
May 1, 2014 |
Paint can have significant effects on the mechanical properties of plastic substrates. The selection of a paint system that is not properly matched to a given plastic substrate can lead to premature failure. While anecdotal accounts are plentiful, quantitative data regarding effects of coating on plastics is scarce. This paper describes the effect ...
Jan 16, 2015 |
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...
Jul 18, 2014 |
World events, Kyoto Protocol goals and soaring energy costs have ignited renewed interest in solar cell energy, and have unleashed dramatic new technology thrusts. Advances in nanotechnology and inherently conductive polymers (ICPs) are making possible the development by Konarka Technologies Inc. of new photovoltaic (PV) cells that promise to make ...
May 5, 2014 |
High-flow polycarbonate (PC) copolymer derived from bisphenol-A (BPA) and a specific bio-sourced monomer derived from castor bean oil for medical applications available in two melt flow ranges is reported. This copolymer belongs to the class of LexanTM HFD resins known for their improved melt flow and ductility balance compared to standard polycarb...
The move towards phthalate-free polymers keeps going on in the Medical Industry, as well as in many other sectors. Started more than a decade ago, it is now a matter of fact "phthalate-free" has become a marketing claim itself and not a technical or customer-specific requirement anymore. Denmark was one of the first countries in the world (not to s...
Apr 30, 2014 |
Plastics have become an integral part of everyday life. It would be difficult to identify a manufacturing process which does not use plastics in one from or another. Even products which appear to be composed exclusively of metals are usually coated, sealed, or adhesively joined using polymeric materials which improve the performance, appearance, an...
To maintain films and/or textiles durability while using digital printing, check out this technology providing great durability and color density!
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