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Laser+® Family of Container PET Resins
LASER+® UV: The only resin with the power to stop light in its tracks At 390 nanometers, it's the most effective integrated UV barrier available in a PET resin. The only resin of its kind with single-pellet solution technology, Laser+®UV eliminates the need for extra steps or additives in the PET conversion process.
LASER+®W: For once, being tasteless can actually pay off Bottled water can be a tough test for any resin. But with its low acetaldehyde level, Laser+®W helps assure that all the consumer tastes is water. Its lower intrinsic viscosity speeds injection times without sacrificing performance.
LASER+® HS: The resin that takes the heat, without showing the strain. Higher glass transition temperature, increased sidewall crystallinity, and greater vacuum resistance all combine to set a new standard in hot-fill performance. Like all DAK Americas resin, Laser+® HS is available with up to 390 nanometers of UV protection.
DAK Americas is a trade leading global producer of innovative Laser+® PET Resins. From PET resins for carbonated soft drink, water and fortified juice containers to custom containers, thermoforming, heat set containers and UV protection, DAK has the solution with its Laser+® Family of PET Resins. DAK Americas, headquartered in Charlotte, NC, is wholly owned by Alfa S.A.B. de C.V. of Monterrey Mexico. DAK has grown its PET Resin capability tenfold since its creation in 2001 to a current manufacturing capacity of over 3.34 Billion lbs/yr (1,515 Ktons/yr) and created innovative products using new state-of-the-art Melt-Tek® and IntegRex® PET technologies.
DAK is leading the way in Sustainability with Clear Path Recycling, a joint venture company recycling over 160 million lbs/yr of waste PET bottles. In five years, we’ve reduced energy usage nearly 20%, and are on target for a Zero Landfill goal by 2015.
DAK’s commitment to the PET industry and sustainability are setting new standards for healthy growth. Just as our dedication to innovation, technology and service have set new standards in product performance with the Laser+® PET Family of products. For more information please contact DAK Americas at: Toll Free Phone: 888-738-2002 firstname.lastname@example.org www.dakamericas.com
Higher-performance and easier processing PE film resins for packaging, a one-pass crosslinked PE for photovoltaic (PV) wire and cable, several higher-performing nylons and TPEs, “greener” plastics, and enhanced styrenic and PC resins are among the new materials that made their debut at the big show in Orlando, Fla., last month.
Move follows DAK purchase of Eastman's PET operation.
Last month, DAK Americas LLC, Charlotte, N.C., completed its purchase of the integrated PET and PTA business of Eastman Chemical Co., Kingsport, Tenn.
On Feb. 1, DAK Americas LLC, Charlotte, N.C., announced the completion of its purchase of the integrated PET and PTA business of Eastman Chemical Co., Kingsport, Tenn.
Novel TPE/Polyimide Medical Tubing Through a special manufacturing process, TPE tubing with one or more lumens is being extruded inside thermoset polyimide medical tubing.
Several projects in recent months will increase capacity for recycled plastics.
WEB EXCLUSIVE PET resin and fiber producer DAK Americas, LLC, Charlotte, N.C., and leading carpet producer Shaw Industries Group, Inc., Dalton, Ga., have created a new joint venture to recycle PET from post-consumer bottles.
WEB EXCLUSIVE PET resin maker DAK Americas, Charlotte, N.C., has acquired the business and formulation technology for Crystal specialty polyester resins formerly made by DuPont Packaging & Industrial Polymers, Wilmington, Del. (DAK did not acquire the Crystar trade name.) These resins, made with DuPont “2GT” technology, are custom-tailored for with special I.V. levels, additives, and/or copolymers.
Sabel Plastechs Inc. doesn’t flinch at challenging development projects that stretch the limits of blow molding.
From PPs for frozen-food packaging to nylons and alloys that withstand the heat of circuit-board soldering or automotive paint ovens, NPE 2006 was rich in news of commodity and engineering resins and TPEs.
Fewer thermoplastic materials suppliers will make the trip to Chicago this year.
New materials at NPE 2003 target automotive, appliance, and packaging sectors. Engineering thermoplasticsdominate the news, but there were also severalnew TPEs and a few polypropylene introductions.