Use of a proprietary polymeric alloy results in a lower specific gravity for these new wear and friction compounds.
New slush molding compounds meet tough low-temperature automotive requirements.
Celanese material scientists have developed various traceability technologies to help customers avoid significant losses due to missed business opportunities, image-loss of brand, unwarranted claims for damages and patent infringement.
Arkema's liquid thermoplastics are based on a high-molecular-weight acrylic and can be transformed using the same processes as composite thermosets.
This 90 Shore A hardness blow-moldable TPV can be optimized with specific softness needed in a variety of parts.
More performance options and improved economics over TPVs are claimed for new styrenic-based TPEs for automotive sealing systems
New generation mixed-metal activators for foamed PVC reduce organic emissions and fogging effects.
New PEEK compounds contain a proprietary additive that outperforms PTFE in wear and other properties.
All laser marking machines in the new M-Series have electric height adjustment so they can be operated either seated or standing.
This instrument can determine the wetting properties of a surface and provide a number that correlates to cleanliness, treatment level, and adhesion of a surface in seconds.