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BASF will expand polyurethanes business while Alpek will expand EPS business.
Moving forward, BASF will increase focus on its core plastic additive business areas.
Just as eco-friendliness was a major theme in materials news at the big show in April, so it was with additives.
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WEB EXCLUSIVE BASF Coating & Plastic Chemicals in Germany (U.S. office in Florham Park, N.J.) has developed a new brilliant orange pigment that has been granted Color Index designation Pigment Orange 82.
Huge new shuttle and carousel machines, expanded availability of CNC-machined aluminum molds, and new resins and additives highlighted the recent Rotoplas ’08 exhibition and 33rd Annual Fall Meeting of the Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) in Rosemont, Ill.
BASF Corp., Florham Park, N.J., has begun supplying epoxy systems for composite wind blades.
BASF AG of Germany announced in January its offer to acquire all the shares of Engelhard Corp., Iselin, N.J.
Rising petrochemical costs have caused BASF Corp., Florham Park, N.J., to reduce the number and volume of linear phthalate plasticizers produced in the U.S.
There's a new grading system for color concentrates and additive masterbatches.
A breakthrough in laser welding of three-dimensional parts that eliminates traditional clamping systems was among several innovations in welding and joining highlighted at two recent shows—last month’s Plastics USA in Chicago and this month’s K 2004 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Several categories of new polymer additives will be unveiled at this year’s largest plastics show—K 2004 in Dusseldorf, Germany, next month.
Several new developments in additives and polymers were unveiled at SPE's Polyolefins 2000 RETEC conference, held in Houston last month.
Sanduvor PR-25, a uv absorber based on new photo-reactive chemistry, was aimed primarily at coatings when it was first launched a couple of years ago. Since then it has made headway in clear plastics, including flexible PVC, polycarbonate, PET, and other engineering thermoplastics.