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Getting better Heat Performance without Changing Polymer Families

SpecialChem / Jul 1, 2008

Plastics users who want significantly improved high-temperature performance usually must switch to different and more expensive chemical classes of polymers. But this is not always the case. Some recently introduced products allow plastics converters to create more heat-stable products that employ the same polymer families they have used for years.

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