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580 E Front St.
Winona, MN 55987-0439 US
Available in PVC, TPU, TPE, PC, PE, PP, PS, and ABS.
New pultrusion line and LFT compounds now at RTP's Mexican compounding facility.
Thermoplastic composites represent a new class of structural parts for automotive and a new opportunity for injection and compression molders.
Use of a proprietary polymeric alloy results in a lower specific gravity for these new wear and friction compounds.
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RTP Co., Winona, Minn., has introduced the Ultra Performance Structural Compounds series to its portfolio of high-temperature structural compounds.
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.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: A laser-markable, glass-reinforced ABS was customized to meet tensile strength and printability requirements of an innovative cable-tie tool from HellermannTyton, Milwaukee.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Following the success of it 30-amp SmartPlug system in marine, RV, and EMS vehicle markets, Seattle-based SmartPlug Systems decided to develop a 50-amp version of its shore power connector system.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: RTP Co., Winona, Minn., has added specialty TPEs to its line of biocompatible compounds for medical devices.
High-surface-area, sub-micron-size additives have been making significant commercial strides in thermoplastic applications, albeit generally later than had been expected just a decade ago.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Two compounders recently launched new grades of compounds based on biopolymers or on biofiber reinforcements.
Bioplastics take center stage.
Four suppliers are bringing out higher-performance materials partly or wholly based on PLA biopolymer.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Four suppliers are bringing out higher-performance materials partly or wholly based on PLA biopolymer.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: When Leatherman Tool Group decided to introduce a new folding knife line with improved features, its customers were very clear about what they wanted.
RTP Co., Winona, Minn., has come out with a series of biocompatible styrenic-based TPEs for use in medical devices.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: When a national truck fleet approached Maxi-Seal Harness Systems of Grandview, Mo., to design a new modular wiring harness for the underside of long-haul semi-trailer trucks, Maxi-Seal saw an opportunity to deliver a new level of reliability.