Teknor Apex Co.

Contact Information

Please visit: Teknor Apex Co.

Mailing Address:
505 Central Ave.
Pawtucket, RI 02861 US

Phone: 401-725-8000
Toll-Free: 800-556-3864
Fax: 401-725-8095

Product Categories of Teknor Apex Co.

  • Biodegradable, Photodegradable Resins and Compounds
  • Color Concentrates, Solid
  • Nylon--Type 6
  • Nylon--Type 66
  • Plasticizers
  • PVC--Flexible Compounds
  • PVC--Rigid Compounds
  • Thermoplastic Elastomers--Olefinic Type
  • Thermoplastic Elastomers--Urethane Type
  • Thermoplastic Elastomers--Vinyl Type

As seen in PT

  • MATERIALS: 'Self-Texturing' PVC Compounds For Exterior Automotive

    Teknor's new PVC compounds for exterior automotive moldings and trims yield attractive surfaces.

  • Rogan Corp. at 80: Growing in Medical, LSR, Two-Shot Molding

    Bondable TPEs and LSRs support growth in two-shot molding for medical and other markets.

  • MATERIALS: Flexible PVC Compounds For Indoor Construction With Low VOCs

    Teknor's new flexible PVC compounds boast up to 90% lower emission of VOCs.

  • Study Ranks Phthalates, Alternatives for Medical Devices

    Now there's a clearer understanding of how a specific change of plasticizer may impact the performance of a non-PVC medical device.

  • MATERIALS: Rigid PVC for Hot-Runner Molding of Plumbing & Drainage Parts

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: A new NSF 61-listed rigid PVC compound from Teknor Apex Corp. reportedly makes possible high-speed, multi-cavity, and large-part injection molding of plumbing and drainage components.

  • MATERIALS: Novel Nylons to Debut at K Show

    New and innovative nylons will be launched at K 2013 in Düsseldorf this month by both the Radici Group of Italy (U.S. office in Wadsworth, Ohio) and TeknorApex Co., Pawtucket, R.I.

  • MATERIALS: Clear Rigid PVC Compound for Outdoor Tubing

    A new rigid PVC compound with a special UV-blocking formulation from Teknor Apex Co. reportedly provides good clarity as well as high gloss and toughness for photobioreactor and other outdoor tubing.

  • MATERIALS: Custom-Formulated Nylons with Recycled Content

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: The new Recyclon family of nylon compounds from Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I., is offered with varying percentages of recycled polymer to meet individual customer requirements.

  • MATERIALS: Hard TPVs for Medical Applications

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: Two new high-hardness grades have been added to the Medalist MD-200 Series of TPVs from Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I., extending the already broad durometer range of these high-purity compounds for replacing rubber in medical applications. Previously ranging in Shore A durometer from an ultra-soft 15 to semi-hard 80, the MD-200 Series now includes an 87 Shore A compound, MD-240, and a 43 Shore D grade, MD-245.

  • MATERIALS: ‘Biovinyl’ Compounds for Wire & Cable

    Nearly 50 new PVC compounds that incorporate new biobased, non-phthalate plasticizers and other formulation enhancements that address the “green” concerns of wire and cable users will be introduced commercially in the first quarter of 2013 by Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I.

  • Novel Materials Stretch Process Capabilities

    The potential for new or unusual materials to broaden the application potential of standard plastics processes was explored in a number of papers at April’s SPE ANTEC conference in Orlando, Fla.

  • MATERIALS: PVC Elastomers for Electric-Car Charger Cables

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I., has added two new PVC elastomer compounds to its Flexalloy line, which are said to be lower-cost alternatives to other elastomers such as TPUs for electric-vehicle charger-cable insulation and jacketing.

  • MATERIALS: High-Purity Medical TPVs for Syringe Stoppers

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I., recently revealed for the first time that its Medalist MD-200 Series TPEs are thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs). These grades, which have not been publicized before, are recommended for their high purity and resilience for replacing rubber in medical applications.

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

    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.

  • ADDITIVES: Modifier Boosts PLA Melt Strength

    A new melt-strength enhancer in masterbatch form increases the pull force that can be applied to molten polylactic acid (PLA) by 300% to 500%. This makes possible higher throughputs in PLA extrusion and thermoforming while reducing scrap rates, says Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I.Terraloy MB-90001A1 melt-strength enhancer broadens the processing window of PLA in cast film and sheet for clear products such as clamshell containers.

  • MATERIALS: Full Range of Rigid PVC Compounds from New Source

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: Long known for flexible compounds, the Vinyl Div. of Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I., now offers rigid standard and custom formulations for a broad range of uses, such as bottles, electrical conduit, home furnishings, irrigation connectors, retail displays, and medical devices.

  • MATERIALS: PLA Properties Get a Boost

    Four suppliers are bringing out higher-performance materials partly or wholly based on PLA biopolymer.

  • 'Green'...And Microwaveable Too

    New technology from Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I., eliminates a property tradeoff that could allow polylactic acid (PLA) to supplant polystyrene and polypropylene for microwavable frozen-food trays, lids for hot beverage cups, and carry-out containers.

  • MATERIALS: Biobased Thermoplastics Move Up the Property Scale

    WEB EXCLUSIVE: Four suppliers are bringing out higher-performance materials partly or wholly based on PLA biopolymer.

  • MATERIALS: Vinyl Elastomers for Wind-Turbine Cable Jacketing

     WEB EXCLUSIVE: Two high-performance vinyl jacketing compounds from Teknor Apex Co., Pawtucket, R.I., are said to withstand harsh cold, exposure to lubricants, and other challenging conditions encountered by control and power cables within the nacelles high atop wind-turbine towers.

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