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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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Jan 23, 2007 | Article

CPVC Compounds in hot water

The Polyone Corporation has launched a new chlorinated poly(vinyl chloride) compound (CPVC) specially developed for hot water applications including pool and spa. Available under the trade name...

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Jan 17, 2007 | Article

New grades for automotive lighting applications

The Belgian engineering thermoplastics producer Solvay Advanced Polymers LLC has launched two new grades for use in highly reflective automotive forward lighting applications such as headlamp...

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Jan 9, 2007 | Article

Extra wide vacuum bag

The Airtech Advanced Materials Group has developed a new multilayer film i.e. the Blue L100 Vacuum bag. This film, available in 12 meters wide, can be processed for instance by resin infusion...

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Dec 29, 2006 | Article

Composite “solder pallets” for printed circuit boards

Fiber reinforced plastics can be used to produce electronic devices in order to obtain increased mechanical properties, durability and cost saving. Solder pallets used for “printed circuit boards”...

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Dec 28, 2006 | Article

An high temperature polysulfone grade as an alternative to metal

EpiSpire HTS-2430 is an innovative high performance polysulfone grade reinforced with 30% of glass fiber that has been developed by the Belgian plastics producer Solvay Advanced Polymers in order to...

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Jan 23, 2007 | Article

Front fenders made from ABS/PA blend

The first commercial application of the new blend of acrylonitrile butadiene styrene terpolymer and polyamide (ABS/PA), namely Triax, launched by the materials producer Lanxess has been the...

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Jan 11, 2007 | Article

New transparent polypropylene grade for medical applications

The materials producer Borealis has developed a new transparent polypropylene (PP) grade for medical sealing films. This new grade namely TD109CF contains a low level of soluble and extractible...

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Jan 4, 2007 | Article

Urban sport bike parts made from an ABS and polycarbonate based blend

The Motorcycle manufacturer Triumph has produced via injection molding the fairing panels of its new model of urban sports bike, namely Daytona 675, using an acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene...

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Dec 29, 2006 | Article

New 30% glass fiber reinforced polyetheretherketone grade

The Belgian materials producer Solvay Advanced Polymers has announced the launch of a new high flow 30% glass fiber reinforced polyetheretherketone (PEEK) grade under the trade name KetaSpire®...

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Dec 21, 2006 | Industry News

Total Petrochemicals USA, Inc. Introduces Enhanced Flow High Heat Crystal Polystyrene Resin with Break-through Resin Technology

Total Petrochemicals USA, Inc. introduces a new resin, high heat crystal polystyrene Total Petrochemicals Polystyrene CX5229, that enhances flow and is designed to satisfy demanding requirements in...

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