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The Polimotor 2 all-plastic engine project for competitive auto racing is moving right along with Solvay's materials playing a key role.
New agreement expands availability of Solvay's Torlon PAI with RTP's compounding expertise.
Project site in Gorzów, Poland.
To gain access to metal replacement of larger automotive semi-structural parts, Solvay has acquire EPIC's long-fiber thermoplastic business.
Two new families of PAEK offer combination of economy and performance for demanding automotive applications.
'Tegralite' is the name of a new family of thermoplastic composites developed by Solvay and three alliance partners.
Solvay's advanced PESU is targeted to replace metal in components such as oil pumps and exhaust gas recirculation systems.
Up to ten parts of the Polimotor 2 engine will be made of at least seven of Solvay's advanced engineering polymers.
As Asia becomes its largest market globally, Solvay is ramping up its investments in the region, including fluoropolymer production.
As high-performance materials follow the path taken by some commodity resins, farming could replace drilling as suppliers rely more on plants than oil or gas for feedstocks.
Solvay's new LCP resin meets stringent demands of high-speed USB 3.0 surface mount connectors.
Spinal implants made of Solvay's PEEK get green light from FDA, replacing metals like titanium.
Solvay has unveiled an enhanced version of its Lavanta high-performance polyester for television LEDs.
Expanding its specialty polymers portfolio, Solvay will acquire the Ryton PPS business from CP Chem.
Conference showcases new developments in equipment and materials for more efficient production of automotive thermoplastic composites parts.
The MMI Technyl Design, an advanced simulation service for automotive OEMs jointly created by Solvay and e-Xstream, is said to accurately predict the performance of injection-molded parts, which when replacing metals, ultimately contributes to reduction of weight and part production costs.
Solvay's new PEEK uses proprietary additive and compounding technology that gives it 50% greater modulus/stiffness than neat PEEK.
The MMI Technyl Design advanced simulation service set up by Solvay and e-Xstream for automotive OEMs can accurately predict the performance of injection-molded parts, which when replacing metals, ultimately contribute to weight reduction and production costs.
Thermoplastic composites represent a new class of structural parts for automotive and a new opportunity for injection and compression molders.
Find out at a brand-new conference this June in Novi, Mich.