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Now fully-owned by Ineos, Styrolution will continue to operate as a stand-alone business within Ineos Industries Holdings.
BASF has added the first carbon fiber-reinforced PBT to its Ultradur line with low electrostatic charge and good conductivity.
Latest plastics personnel moves, including Engel, Davis-Standard, Milacron, DME, Mack Molding, BASF, DuPont and more.
Nylon 66/6 copolymer meets UL 94 V-0 at 0.4 mm.
With lightweighting and fuel efficiency as drivers, two German automakers pursue alternative technologies for structural parts.
PE and PP are expected to hold firm or head upwards, but it’s a mixed bag for PS and PVC prices.
By year's end, Ineos will be sole owner of Stryrolution, its 50-50 joint venture with BASF.
Two-year-old Dutch-Italian startup company invents biocompatible, high kill-rate antibacterial treament for any plastic.
Thermoplastic composites represent a new class of structural parts for automotive and a new opportunity for injection and compression molders.
BASF's new Ultramid nylon 6 and 6/6 resins derived from biomass boast identical product formulation and quality.
Product is known for its excellent toxicological profile and low migration rate.
A new conference brings together the leaders in this emerging field of technology.
Find out at a brand-new conference this June in Novi, Mich.
There was no shortage of interesting materials developments at K 2013, in particular high-performance engineering thermoplastics and thermoplastic composites—much of them geared to automotive/transportation.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: BMW Group is the world’s first car maker to use PP expandable-bead foam as a visible contour material on a center console.
Two innovations in medical tubing and more than a dozen new materials, coatings, and adhesives were on display at June’s Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) East show in Philadelphia.
The K 2013 show will present a broad range of engineered plastics materials, including thermoplastic composites, as well as additives. Automotive and electronic applications will be the main targets, as well as medical, packaging, lighting, and construction.
Demand for more robust plastics is creating new opportunities for radiation-crosslinked nylons, including nylon 6 and 66, which can serve as cost-effective alternatives to higher-cost, high-heat thermoplastics. Crosslinked nylons have higher heat resistance than their standard counterparts, along with better physical properties and abrasion resistance. Adapted from a paper presented at SPE ANTEC 2012.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Citing unprecedented and continuing increases in the cost of raw materials, some nylon 6 suppliers have been aiming to lift prices since late last year.
A thermoplastic composite technology that emerged just a couple of years ago promises to make dramatic strides within the next two years in automotive mass production of structural components.