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3/20/2018

Patent-Pending Low-Smoke Zero-Halogen Wire & Cable Compounds

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Wire and cable compounds and a patent pending low-smoke zero-halogen technology on display.

SACO AEI Polymers will be exhibiting its core wire and cable compound technologies at NPE2018, as well as several new patent pending low-smoke zero-halogen technologies.

SACO AEI Polymers produces cross-linked PE compounds and low-smoke zero-halogen additives, with brand names like Pexidan Moisture Cure XLPE and Thermodan Advanced Low Smoke Zero Halogen. Other products include CPE and Ekopren EPR /EPDM compounds. North American manufacturing is in Sheboygan, Wisc. and Aurora, Ohio; with overseas operations in Sandwich UK, Malaysia and via a partnership with MIXER Compounds in Italy.

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