Cool Polymers Inc.

51 Circuit Dr.
North Kingstown, RI 02852 US


As Seen In Plastics Technology

Celanese Acquires Conductive Plastics Compounder
The acquisition of Cool Polymers includes its thermally and electrically conductive compounds, as well as electrically insulative compounds, based on a variety of engineering plastics and elastomers.

Developed for inhalation devices

Additives: Three Trends to Track
Additives that render plastic compounds antistatic or electrically and/or thermally conductive are in hot demand.

Higher pin density

Smaller, Thinner Connectors Drive LCP Growth
Strong demand for smaller and thinner electrical components that must withstand higher temperatures is pushing the envelope for suppliers of liquid crystal polymers (LCPs). This trend has prompted development of a new range of ultra-high-heat materials that boast high flow for thinner walls and faster cycle times in lead-free, surface-mount connectors.LCPs’ predominant market is still connectors, but suppliers of these premium-priced resins are looking to diversify into electronic packaging, automotive lighting, and consumer goods like cookware.

Bayer's new polycarbonate copolymer

Materials (K 2001 Preview)
New materials at K 2001 are weighted heavily toward the engineering variety, especially nylons, acetals, and TP polyesters. A large handful of polypropylenes round out the major news.

Product Categories of Cool Polymers Inc.

Liquid Crystal Polymers
Nylon--Type 46
Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS)
Polypropylene (including Copolymers)
Stock Shapes--Sheet
Thermoplastic Elastomers--Olefinic Type
Thermoplastic Elastomers--Polyamide Type
Thermoplastic Elastomers--Polyester Type