Biopolymers & Renewable Materials
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ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: 3D Print PLA with Natural Fibers
FKuR and Helian Polymers have developed PLA filmaments reinforced with natural fibers for FDM.
TESTING/MEASURING: Handheld Durometer for Creep Measurement
A reportedly unique reset mechanism makes a new hand durometer for creep measurement easy to use for the long term.
ADDITIVES: Novel Crosslinker For Broad Range Of Plastics
Nexam Chemical launches multifunctional additive for virgin and recycled commodity and engineering resins and composites.
MATERIALS: Flexible PVC with Biobased Plasticizer
Compounds are said to have the same feel, flexibility, and ease of processing as conventional vinyls.
MATERIALS: Flexible PVC Compounds For Indoor Construction With Low VOCs
Teknor's new flexible PVC compounds boast up to 90% lower emission of VOCs.
MATERIALS: Biobased Nylon 410 for Window Insulating Profiles
WEB EXCLUSIVE: A new EcopaXX nylon 410 grade launched by DSM Engineering Plastics offers both manufacturing and environmental benefits in insulating profiles for aluminum windows.
MATERIALS: Renewable Polymer from Agricultural Waste
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Enso Plastics has introduced a renewable starch-based thermoplastic derived from potato farming waste. It can be used alone or blended with PP or PE.
MATERIALS: Adhesive Tie-Layer Resins with Over 95% Renewable Content
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Two new grades of Polybond functionalized polymers used as tie layers in multilayer thermoplastics applications such as pipe have been launched by Addivant, Middlebury, Conn., a new company formed from the Antioxidant and UV Stabilize...
MATERIALS: Compostable PHA Film Resin with Easier Processing
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Metabolix Inc., Cambridge, Mass., has come out with a new compostable film grade of PHA biopolymer, Mvera B5008, which is certified compostable by European standards.
MATERIALS: Biocomposite Uses ‘Green’ HDPE
WEB EXCLUSIVE: RheTech, Inc., offers a new grade of RheVision biocomposite using sugar cane-based HDPE supplied by Brazil’s Braskem (U.S. office in Philadelphia, Pa.). The initial product is RheTech’s first “green biocomposite,&rdq...