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PUBLISHED: 1/1/2010

First Large Automotive MIDs with LDS

WEB EXCLUSIVE: The German “MID Industry Award” for 2009 was given to the PBT steering switch for the new BMW Z4 Roadster.

PUBLISHED: 1/1/2010

New Colorants for Medical Polymers

WEB EXCLUSIVE: PolyOne Corp., Cleveland, has a new line of USP Class VI colorants for medical devices called OnColor HC gamma-stable concentrates.

PUBLISHED: 12/1/2009

PET Color Masterbatch Mimics Brushed Aluminum

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Brushed Brilliance is a new series of color masterbatches for PET from Ampacet Corp., Tarrytown, N.Y., that offers the look of brushed aluminum.

PUBLISHED: 12/1/2009

IR-Reflecting Brown Pigment Keeps Plastics Cool

WEB EXCLUSIVE: A new chocolate brown mineral pigment from Shepherd Color Co., Cincinnati, reflects infrared and thereby allows dark-colored plastics to minimize heat buildup when exposed to sunlight.

PUBLISHED: 12/1/2009

Liquid Colors for HDPE Eliminate Screw Slippage

Liquid colorants now can be used in HDPE blow molding without the usual problems of screw slippage.

PUBLISHED: 12/1/2009

Barrier Masterbatches for PET Bottles

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Two new masterbatches from Clariant Additive Masterbatches, Winchester, Va., offer long-lasting barrier to oxygen and carbon dioxide in PET bottles.

PUBLISHED: 12/1/2009

Cast Acrylic Sheet Comes with Biocide

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Lucite L clear cast acrylic sheet from Lucite International, Memphis, Tenn., is now available with built-in antimicrobial protection for medical applications such as dispensers for facial tissue, gloves, and paper towels.

PUBLISHED: 10/1/2009

Lubricant Packages Certified by NSF & PPI

Honeywell Specialty Materials, Morristown, N.J., reports that its Rheochem line of high-performance lubricants (HPLs) have been certified by NSF International and the Plastics Pipe Institute for use in PVC water pipe.

PUBLISHED: 10/1/2009

Highly Heat-Conductive Carbon Fiber on the Way

Teijin Ltd. of Japan is developing a new carbon-fiber filler that conducts heat better than silver or copper.

PUBLISHED: 10/1/2009

New PVC Impact Modifiers and Heat Stabilizers

WEB EXCLUSIVE: “A profound step change in providing higher impact resistance in combination with high gloss” is how Dow Chemical Co. describes its new Paraloid KM-X100 impact modifier for PVC window profiles.

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