Please visit: ASACLEAN-Sun Plastech Inc.
1055 Parsippany Blvd.
Parsippany, NJ 07054 US
|Click here for a free sample|
ASACLEAN - Sun Plastech, Inc.
ASACLEAN - Sun Plastech, Inc.
Sun Plastech Inc. manufactures and distributes ASACLEAN™ Purging Compound, a respected name in over 60 countries around the world. Established in 1996, the company serves thermoplastic injection molders and extruders across North and South America. Sun Plastech is backed by the technology and resources of its parent company, one of the world’s leading chemical companies, Asahi Kasei Chemicals Corp. It is the largest core operating company of Asahi Kasei Group, a technology-based global company with over70 years of experience in materials science. Asahi Kasei Group is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified company.
Each ASACLEAN pellet is compounded so that 100% of the product is a true purging agent. ASACLEAN is also specially formulated to possess excellent compatibility and material affinity with various types of thermoplastic resins. The result is high cleaning power with low residue formulation.
There was no shortage of new thermoplastics and additives covering the full range of end-use applications.
Two major players in purging compounds consolidate.
More processors are turning to purging compounds to clean their machines and speed up changeovers. Here are tips on how to avoid typical trouble spots when using them.
Lots of news in engineering thermoplastic compounds, TPEs, and purging agents, plus a wide range of colorants and additives.
Sun Plastech has launched new compounds for purging "super-engineering resins" from molding and extrusion machines.
Sun Plastech's newest PP-based Compound for large automotive parts now available in North America.
This 'FAQ' sections answers common questions about how to choose and use purging agents.
CPCs are considered most often for injection molding. However, they also can provide the same benefits to extrusion processors.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: A brand-new purging agent from Sun Plastech Inc., Parsippany, N.J., is designed for purging high-temperature engineering resins such as PEEK, PPS, Ultem PEI, and LCP from injection machines and extruders.
It’s safe to say that the concept of using a commercial purging compound (CPC) has largely been embraced by the plastics processing community.
In our September issue, we incorrectly stated (p. 17) that Asaclean U high-performance purging agent is not suitable for polypropylene.
New purging agents from three companies were exhibited at NPE in Chicago.
An enhanced version of a commercial physical purging agent is said to provide even better cleaning power than the previous version while reducing the amount of residue left behind by 30% or more.
Compounders, molders, and extruders will be treated to a wide range of new additives at NPE 2006.
A dramatic demonstration of the economic value of efficient machine purging-especially in these days of high resin prices-was obtained from a commercial test at a U.S. injection molder.