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Cellulose acetate butyrate. Has 5% plasticizer content/extractable contents. It is an organic, thermoplastic cellulose ester which consists of approximately 45% cellulose, a renewable natural... view more
Features
  • Colorability Good
  • Gloss High
  • Plasticized
  • Renewable Resource Content
  • ...
Cellulose acetate butyrate. Has 10 % plasticizer content/extractable contents. It is an organic, thermoplastic cellulose ester which consists of approximately 45% cellulose, a renewable natural... view more
Features
  • Colorability Good
  • Gloss High
  • Plasticized
  • Renewable Resource Content
  • ...
Cellulose acetate butyrate. Has 13 % phthalate-free plasticizer and low odor. It is an organic, thermoplastic cellulose ester which consists of approximately 45% cellulose, a renewable natural... view more
Features
  • Colorability Good
  • Gloss High
  • Odor Low to None
  • Plasticizer Non Phthalate
  • ...
Cellulose acetate butyrate. Has 15% plasticizer content/extractable contents. It is an organic, thermoplastic cellulose ester which consists of approximately 45% cellulose, a renewable natural... view more
Features
  • Colorability Good
  • Gloss High
  • Plasticized
  • Renewable Resource Content
  • ...
Cellulose acetate butyrate. Has 20% plasticizer content/extractable contents. It is an organic, thermoplastic cellulose ester which consists of approximately 45% cellulose, a renewable natural... view more
Features
  • Colorability Good
  • Gloss High
  • Plasticized
  • Renewable Resource Content
  • ...
Tenite™ Butyrate 264A3720013 Clear, Trsp by Eastman Chemical Company is a cellulose acetate butyrate grade with a plasticizer level of 13%. Has excellent balance of properties- toughness, hardness... view more
Features
  • Dimensional stability Good
  • Food Contact Acceptable
  • Heat Resistance High
  • Plasticized
  • ...
Eastman Chemical Company
Tenite™ Butyrate 264E0096908 by Eastman Chemical Company is a cellulose acetate butyrate grade with a plasticizer level of 8%. Has excellent balance of properties- toughness, hardness, strength... view more
Features
  • Dimensional stability Good
  • Food Contact Acceptable
  • Heat Resistance High
  • Plasticized
  • ...
Tenite™ Butyrate 264E4861310 Clear, Trsp by Eastman Chemical Company is a cellulose acetate butyrate grade with a plasticizer level of 10%. Has excellent balance of properties- toughness, hardness... view more
Features
  • Dimensional stability Good
  • Food Contact Acceptable
  • Heat Resistance High
  • Plasticized
  • ...
Tenite™ Butyrate 285A2R30010, Natural, Trsp by Eastman Chemical Company is a cellulose acetate butyrate grade with a plasticizer level of 10%. Has excellent balance of properties- toughness... view more
Features
  • Dimensional stability Good
  • Food Contact Acceptable
  • Heat Resistance High
  • Plasticized
  • ...
Tenite™ Butyrate 285A2R30016, Natural, Trsp by Eastman Chemical Company is a cellulose acetate butyrate grade with a plasticizer level of 16% and contains an odor mask. Has excellent balance of... view more
Features
  • Dimensional stability Good
  • Food Contact Acceptable
  • Heat Resistance High
  • Odor Low to None
  • ...
Cellulose Acetate Butyrate. An amorphous, transparent thermoplastic similar to cellulose acetate but more expensive and tougher with better weathering resistance as well as lower moisture... view more
Features
  • Amorphous
  • Moisture Absorption Low
  • Radiation Gamma Resistant
  • Renewable Resource Content
  • ...
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Cellulose acetate butyrate. Has good toughness and is available in pellets... view more
Features
  • Renewable Resource Content
  • Toughness Good
This property data is a summary of similar materials in the MatWeb database for the category "Cellulose Acetate Butyrate, Molded". Each property range of values reported is minimum and maximum... view more
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