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PUBLISHED: 9/29/2011

COMPOUNDING/MIXING: Rugged, Compact Two-Roll Mill

The new cart-mounted Prep-Mill from C.W.


PUBLISHED: 5/31/2011

ADDITIVES: New Orange for Durable Applications

Can be blended with organic pigments to provide opacity without losing chroma.


PUBLISHED: 5/31/2011

COMPOUNDING: Configure Twin Screws Yourself—Online

New lab machine also introduced.


PUBLISHED: 2/25/2011

MATERIALS: More Capacity in Resins & Compounding

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Three expansions in resin production and three in compounding were announced recently.


PUBLISHED: 1/4/2011

Compounding: New Underwater Pelletizer and Giant Strand Model—October 2010

Reduction Engineering, Kent, Ohio, will introduce a new underwater pelletizer with a thermally insulated die plate at K 2010.


PUBLISHED: 7/1/2010

Lab Compounder for Tiny Trials

Technical Process and Engineering Inc., Lehighton, Pa., has introduced the 1FRE lab compounding system in response to customer requests for smaller lot sizes of high-cost materials and additives.


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2010

Chemtura to Sell Off PVC Additives Business

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Chemtura Corp., Middlebury, Conn., which is now in bankruptcy proceedings, has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its PVC additives business to SK Capital Partners, a New York –based private equity firm focusing on spec...


PUBLISHED: 2/1/2010

Antioxidant Masterbatch Protects Reprocessed Resin

WEB EXCLUSIVE: A new high-efficiency antioxidant masterbatch protects reprocessed or recycled polyolefins from degradation during processing, allowing film processors to use more recycle.


PUBLISHED: 1/1/2010

A. Schulman Buys ICO, Inc.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Compounder A. Schulman, Inc., Akron, Ohio, has signed a definitive agreement to acqurie Houston-based compounder ICO, Inc.


PUBLISHED: 1/1/2010

IR-Reflecting Pigment Keeps Plastics Cool

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.


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