Solvay's new PEEK uses proprietary additive and compounding technology that gives it 50% greater modulus/stiffness than neat PEEK.
The eCap capstock compounds come in a variety of material blends and can be combined with Americhem's nGrain simulated woodgrain.
LuV and Impreglon develop thermoplastic coating system for thermoplastic compounds that are injection molded into sliding and rolling components for machines and devices.
Use of a proprietary polymeric alloy results in a lower specific gravity for these new wear and friction compounds.
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.
Targeted to film, fiber, and monofilament markets is a new nylon 410 said to surpass other "green" nylons due to its much higher melting point.
Processing and performance advantages are claimed for two new exothermic foaming agents for ABS and PVC.
RTP Co., Winona, Minn., has introduced the Ultra Performance Structural Compounds series to its portfolio of high-temperature structural compounds.
New PEEK compounds contain a proprietary additive that outperforms PTFE in wear and other properties.