The Universal Selection Source: Plastics & Elastomers

How to select Plastics? To assist you further in your selection according to your applications, we provide you with Technology Profiles on most used plastics, detailing their benefits, limitations, applications ...

Selection Guide

High Temperature Thermoplastics

By SpecialChem

This guide features key facts about high temperature thermoplastics. These materials are a specialized and rapidly growing segment of the plastics market. High temperature thermoplastics are used in specialized applications that require a combination of extraordinary properties. This guide will apprise you with the key features of high temperature thermoplastics, their comparison with metals & thermosets and end market applications.

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Technology Profile

Polyetherketone

By SpecialChem

This technology profile features various key facts about Polyetherketones. It includes their strengths & limitations, processing guidelines, key features and applications.

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Technology Profile

Polyetherimide

By SpecialChem

This technology profile features various key facts about Polyetherimide. The high-temperature resistance of Polyetherimide enables it to compete with polyketones, polysulfones, and polyphenylene sulfides. This profile will apprise you with the strengths, limitations, properties, structure, processing guidelines and applications of Polyetherimide.

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Technology Profile

Thermoplastic Silicone Vulcanizate (TSiV)

By SpecialChem

This technology profile features various key facts about thermoplastic silicone vulcanizate. It will familiarize you with TSiV strengths & limitations, their basic characteristics, significant properties, processing guidelines, market applications and key features that make thermoplastic silicone vulcanizate ideal for use.

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Technology Profile

Polystyrene crystal

By SpecialChem

This technology profile features various key facts about polystyrene crystal also known as crystal polystyrene or general purpose polystyrene. It includes their strengths & limitations, processing guidelines, key features, properties and applications.

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Technology Profile

Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET): Techno Brief

By SpecialChem

This technology profile features various key facts about Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET). PET is a member of polyester family of polymers. This profile will apprise you with the strengths & limitations of PET, its processing guidelines, key features, properties and end market applications.

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Technology Profile

Polyamide imide

By SpecialChem

This technology profile features various key facts about Polyamide imide. It includes the strengths, limitations, properties, processing guidelines and applications of Polyamide imide.

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Technology Profile

Thermoplastic Elastomer

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This technology brief features various key facts about thermoplastic elastomer/ TPE. They combine the properties of a thermoplastic as well as an elastomer. This technology brief will apprise you with TPE strengths & limitations, processing guidelines, key features and applications.

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Technology Profile

Polycarbonate Polybutylene Terephthalate blend

By SpecialChem

This technology profile features various key facts about Polycarbonate polybutylene terephthalate blends. It includes their strengths & limitations, processing guidelines, properties, key features and applications.

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Technology Profile

Rigid PVC

By SpecialChem

PVC compositions that do not contain plasticizers are known as rigid PVC. This technology profile features various key features of rigid/ unplasticized PVC. It includes their strengths & limitations, processing guidelines, and end-market applications.

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PP/PE Nanocomposites: How to Well Disperse Nano Fillers

Watch & learn latest formulation & processing know-how to well disperse nanofillers!

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