BASF Corporation - Engineering Plastics

Contact Information

Please visit: BASF Corporation - Engineering Plastics

Mailing Address:
1609 Biddle Ave.
Wyandotte, MI 48192 US

Phone: 800-527-8324

Product Categories of BASF Corporation - Engineering Plastics

  • Acetal
  • Biodegradable, Photodegradable Resins and Compounds
  • Color Dyes, Pigments
  • Nylons - Other
  • Nylon--Type 6
  • Nylon--Type 6/66 Copolymer
  • Nylon--Type 610
  • Nylon--Type 66
  • Plasticizers
  • Polyester (Thermoplastic)--PBT Type
  • Polyethersulfone
  • Polyphenylsulfone
  • Polysulfone
  • Surfactants

Trade Names of BASF Corporation - Engineering Plastics

  • Basotect
  • Capron
  • Ecoflex
  • Ecovio
  • E-Por
  • Neopor
  • Nypel
  • Petra
  • Styropor
  • Ultradur
  • Ultraform
  • Ultramid
  • Ultrason

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  • News in Medical Tubing & Materials

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  • Radiation Crosslinking Boosts Nylon Properties

    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.

  • Nylon 6 Price Hikes Under Way

    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.

  • The New Lightweights: Injection Molded 'Hybrid' Composites Spur Automotive Innovation

    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.

  • Ultra-Stiff Glass-Filled Nylon 66 in Photovoltaic Mounting System

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: The new Aixtralight Clip rooftop solar-panel mounting system from Germany’s Aixtra Solar AG is made of ultra-stiff, 35% glass-reinforced, flame-retardant Ultramid A3WG10 nylon 66 from BASF (U.S. office in Wyandotte, Mich.). The plastic bracket is mounted on a roof, and the rails attached to the photovoltaic modules can be quickly and easily inserted into the bracket.Installing an Aixtralight Clip is said to avoid stresses caused by differences in the expansion coefficients of the trapezoidal sheet metal and the mounting rails.

  • Laser-Transparent PBT in Novel Air-Flap Control Unit

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: A 20% glass-reinforced grade of Ultradur LUX laser-transparent PBT resin from BASF is being used for the housing cover of a novel air-flap control actuator developed jointly by Germany’s Tier 1 supplier Rochling Automotive and motor developer Precision Motors Duetche Minebea.

  • MATERIALS: Biodegradable PLA Blend for Mulch Film

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: BASF has expanded its line of biodegradable resins with a grade for agricultural films.

  • MATERIALS AT NPE: All Market Sectors Benefit from Large Crop of New Materials

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  • Automotive Drives Injection Overmolding of Composite Sheet

    The drive for weight savings in the auto industry has spawned a growing range of applications for overmolding of so-called “organic sheet composites.” These are continuous-fiber fabrics preimpregnated with thermoplastic resin (usually nylon), which are then heated until soft and placed in an injection mold, where they are formed and overmolded in selected areas with additional nylon to add ribs, attachment points, etc.

  • BASF Explores Nylon Composites for Cars

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: At the Paris JEC Composites Show, Mar. 27-29, BASF AG (U.S. office in Wyandotte, Mich.) is planning to showcase two new application concepts for continuous-fiber nylon composites in automotive structures.

  • Nylon Prices Up 10¢ This Month

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: BASF in Wyandotte, Mich., hiked prices of its nylon 6 resin by 10¢/lb as of Feb. 1.

  • North American Debut of Special Heat-Resistant Nylon

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: BASF Corp., Engineering Plastics, Wyandotte, Mich., introduced to North America its Ultramid Endure line of heat-resistant nylons at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit early this month.

  • First Production-Ready Thermoplastic Wheel

    At the recent Fakuma show in Germany, BASF AG showed off what it says is the first all-plastic car wheel that’s ready for highvolume production.

  • MATERIALS: 'Crash-Optimized' Nylons for Cars

    At the recent Fakuma 2011 show in Germany, BASF AG (U.S. office in Wyandotte, Mich.) introduced three new members of its “crash-optimized” nylon 6 family.

  • MATERIALS: ‘Crash-Optimized’ Nylons for Automotive at Fakuma

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: At the recent Fakuma 2011 show in Germany, BASF AG (U.S. office in Wyadotte, Mich.) introduced three new members of its “crash-optimized” nylon 6 family.

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