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PUBLISHED: 3/1/2010

Gamma-Stable Rigid PVC & TPE Medical Compounds

WEB EXCLUSIVE: New rigid and flexible medical compounds that resist gamma sterilization are available from Teknor Apex Co.,Pawtucket, R.I.


PUBLISHED: 3/1/2010

Softer Formable Olefin Foams

Thermoformable, closed-cell, crosslinked polyolefin foams up to 70% softer than previous versions are new from Toray Plastics (America), Inc., PEF Div., Front Royal, Va.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2010

German Bioplastics Supplier Comes to U.S.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: FKuR Kunststoff GmbH of Willich, Germany, has just opened a subsidiary, FKuR Plastics Corp., in Cedar Park, Texas, with four employees.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2010

Softer Formable Olefin Foams for Auto Interiors

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Thermoformable, closed-cell, crosslinked polyolefin foams that are up to 70% softer than previous versions are now available from Toray Plastics (America), Inc., PEF Div., Front Royal, Va.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2010

TPE Molds Well Onto Acrylics

WEB EXCLUSIVE: One of the latest series of styrenic TPEs from Elastocon TPE Technologies, Inc., Rochester, Mich., shows good overmolding onto a wide variety of acrylics.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2010

COC for Low-Temp Sealing & Shrink Film

WEB EXCLUSIVE: New Topas 9903D-10 COC (cyclic olefin copolymer) boasts a lower glass-transition temperature (Tg) of 33 C/92 F for use in monolayer and coextruded films.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2010

Engineering Compounds with Renewable Content

RTP Co., Winona, Minn., has launched a line of engineering thermoplastic compounds based on resins derived from renewable resources.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2010

Metallic-Looking Engine Cover without Paint

WEB EXCLUSIVE: The award-winning Ford Fusion Hybrid car has an “eco-friendly” engine cover with a molded-in metallic look instead of paint.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2010

More Heat-Resistant PLA Biopolymer

WEB EXCLUSIVE: NatureWorks LLC, Minnetonka, Minn., the biggest producer of PLA biopolymer, has come out with a grade having higher heat resistance than any of its previous products.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2010

Super-Clear, Glossy PP For Cosmetics Packaging

A new metallocene PP copolymer for extrusion blow and injection-blow molding is said to combine the clarity and gloss of PET.


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