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Innovative Thermoplastics & Sustainability Initiatives: Polyplastics at CHINAPLAS 2018

Published on 2018-04-20. Author : SpecialChem

TAGS:  CHINAPLAS     Automotive     Electrical & Electronics     Green and Bioplastics    

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Polyplastics will showcase its cutting-edge material technologies and latest eco-friendly initiatives at the upcoming CHINAPLAS 2018 show April 24-27 in Shanghai, PR of China (Hall 7.2, Booth D85).

Latest Material Technologies and Eco-friendly Initiatives



LAPEROSⓇ E420P Low-dielectric Grade


  • Among the latest material developments is LAPEROSⓇ E420P, the first in a series of low-dielectric grades for next-generation communications devices. 
  • These materials also possess inherent high heat resistance, mechanical properties, chemical resistance, high flow, and low warpage for films and connectors in cabling, antennas, and circuit boards. 
  • LAPEROSⓇ E420P makes use of an optimum combination of filler and formulation technology to achieve a low dielectric constant of less than 3.0 measured perpendicular to the flow direction for the 1-20 GHz frequency band.

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DURACON® POM Grades


Other key material developments include POM resin grades with low-VOC emissions for the production of automotive interiors. These DURACON® low-VOC acetal grades are specifically designed to meet the latest regulations governing the concentration of VOCs in automotive interiors.

DURADIDE® PPS Grade


Polyplastics will also highlight its new DURADIDE® PPS grade which delivers improved heat shock resistance for a range of automotive applications.

Meanwhile, the company will showcase its extensive range of engineering thermoplastics which facilitate laser welding of housing components for the automotive and electrical/electronic industries.


Source: Polyplastics
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