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2000 Americhem Way
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221 US
Concentrates contain antioxidants, uv absorbers, and other stabilizers. Available for almost all thermoplastics in cubes, pellets, and powders.
nCore custom-formulated concentrates for most thermoplastics can include a nontoxic blowing agent for food-contact applications. Can contain color and other additives. nCore modified azo compounds reportedly permit improved control of gas generation.
Color concentrates for acetal, acrylics, ABS, cellulosics, EEA, EVA, nitrile barrier resins, nylons, PC, TP polyesters, polyolefins, PS, TP urethane, PVC, SAN, and other thermoplastics. Matched custom colors or single-pigment concentrates. Cubes, pellets, or powders for all processes and applications, including special effects.
Flame-retardant concentrates in standard formulations or custom made. Pellets, cubes and powders available for use in most thermoplastics. Concentrates can incorporate color and/or other additives.
Specialty lubricant concentrates for most thermoplastics reportedly improve wear resistance and mold release, reduce warpage and rejects, lower material and energy costs, make finishing easier, and reduce tool wear. Available in cubes, pellets or as powders, alone or in multifunctional concentrates with other additives and/or colors.
Concentrates contain uv stabilizers, antioxidants and any other required stabilizing additive. Can be made for almost any thermoplastic as cubes, pellets, or powders.
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Technology allows weight, time and money savings while optimizing aesthetics.
The top three reasons processors should consider materials testing.
Company becomes new entrant into flexible PVC and TPE compounding arenas.
Americhem has a line of advanced scratch and mar resistance additives for PP interior automotive components.
There was no shortage of new thermoplastics and additives covering the full range of end-use applications.
Lots of news in engineering thermoplastic compounds, TPEs, and purging agents, plus a wide range of colorants and additives.
Infinity LTL Engineered Compounds is the name of the newest Americhem group of companies.
First foray into engineered compounding.
The eCap capstock compounds come in a variety of material blends and can be combined with Americhem's nGrain simulated woodgrain.
Three companies, two of them domestic masterbatch suppliers, and one a German compounder, recently made new moves in engineered compounds for the U.S. market.•Americhem expands: Color and additive concentrate producer Americhem Inc., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, has acquired Infinity Compounding, LLC of Swedesboro, N.J.
Americhem Inc., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, has launched a new line of highly concentrated, low-aniline, nigrosine black nylon masterbatches suited to automotive under-hood and other applications where retention of physical properties is important.
Just as eco-friendliness was a major theme in materials news at the big show in April, so it was with additives.
Bioplastics take center stage.
Americhem, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, is building a new manufacturing “campus” in Liberty, N.C., near Greensboro.
In July we reported on new colorants and additives to be shown at NPE in Chicago, based on information available before the show (see Learn More box). But the miles of aisles at McCormick Place held still more newsworthy product introductions.
Colorants were the most numerous class of additives making news at the huge triennial plastics exhibition last month in Chicago. Some of the new colorants were aimed at specialized applications, from natural-fiber composites to laser marking, while others were for aesthetic special effects, such as color shifts and diamond-like sparkle.
Americhem Inc., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, has introduced what it says are the smallest color and additive minipellets ever.
A translucent capstock of an acrylic/ASA alloy with streaks of coloring coextruded over foamed wood-fi lled ABS profi les gives them depth of color like wood grain.
Four compounders are adding capacity: Infi nity Compounding, Logan Township, N.J., a two-year-old compounder of engineering thermoplastics, recently installed its third compounding line.