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MATERIALS: Acrylic-Based Liquid Thermoplastics Process Like Thermosets
Arkema's liquid thermoplastics are based on a high-molecular-weight acrylic and can be transformed using the same processes as composite thermosets.
New Product Announcements Published: 3/5/2014
MATERIALS: New Extrusion Grade Nylon 410
Targeted to film, fiber, and monofilament markets is a new nylon 410 said to surpass other "green" nylons due to its much higher melting point.
New Product Announcements Published: 2/27/2014
ADDITIVES: Foaming Agents for ABS & PVC Pipe, Profiles
Processing and performance advantages are claimed for two new exothermic foaming agents for ABS and PVC.
New Product Announcements Published: 2/27/2014
MATERIALS: RTP Launches High-Performance Carbon-Fiber Compounds
  RTP Co., Winona, Minn., has introduced the Ultra Performance Structural Compounds series to its portfolio of high-temperature structural compounds.
New Product Announcements Published: 2/11/2014
MATERIALS: PEEK Compounds Get More Wear Resistance Without Losing Other Properties
New PEEK compounds contain a proprietary additive that outperforms PTFE in wear and other properties.
New Product Announcements Published: 1/29/2014
MATERIALS: New PEKK Copolymers Offer Easier Processing
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Arkema says its newly developed Kepstan 6000 PEKK copolymers offer a low melting point and slow crystallization rate for injection molding and extrusion in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and oil and gas.
New Product Announcements Published: 12/5/2013
MATERIALS: ‘Breakthrough’ Nylon 6 Blown-Film Grade with Easier Processing
WEB EXCLUSIVE: DSM Engineering Plastics claims it has made a breakthrough in nylon 6 blown-film processing for flexible food packaging with the development of its new Akulon XS.
New Product Announcements Published: 11/7/2013
MATERIALS: PPS for 3D Robotic Blow Molding
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Celanese Corp. (formerly Ticona Engineering Polymers) has developed a grade of Fortron PPS that is said to be the first for use with 3D robotic-manipulated blow molding of tubular automotive components with complex geometries.
New Product Announcements Published: 11/7/2013
MATERIALS: Flexible Acetal Challenges Nylons 11 and 12 in Fuel Systems
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Celanese Corp. (formerly Ticona Engineering Polymers) introduced at K 2013 a flexible acetal copolymer for fuel-system pipes and tubes that require enhanced mechanical characteristics.
New Product Announcements Published: 11/7/2013
MATERIALS: Extra-High-Temperature PEEK in Development
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Evonik Industries (U.S. office in Parsippany, N.J.) is developing a new engineering polymer that surpasses the performance of existing PEEK materials in high temperatures and extreme environments.
New Product Announcements Published: 11/7/2013

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