Ascend’s new HiDura nylons 610 and 612 designed for automotive fuel systems, cable ties for solar power systems, battery seals and monofilaments for brush bristles.
Selective PP reinforcements from Integrated Composite Products (ICP) offer significant improvements in strength, stiffness and impact properties.
Ampacet’s new Halofree 709 and 229 boast outstanding flame retardancy in PE film at low addition rates.
RTP adds to its anti-scratch capabilities for engineering resins with TenasiTech’s nanoparticle additives technology
Evonik appears to be on track with bringing its major new nylon 12 production complex to fruition.
The two companies have been working to achieve this important milestone for polystyrene in support of a societal shift from linear to circular solutions for managing waste plastic.
In this series we’ll delve into a discerning look back into the history of our industry and how we all got here.
Recycling and achieving circularity for materials is at the core of the plastics industry’s evolving sustainable business model. Advanced technologies will play a big role.