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  • Polycarbonate
    and transparent. Polycarbonate resins are available in general-purpose molding and extrusion grades and in special grades that provide specific properties or processing characteristics. Ilese include flame-retardant formulations as well as grades that meet Food and Drug Administration regulations for parts
  • Polycarbonate Enclosures 101: A Guide for Specifiers
    . Then, in the 1950's, GE and Bayer concurrently developed polycarbonate resin, and in the 1960's the new resins (Lexan for GE and Makrolon for Bayer) began finding their way into the marketplace. Due to its exceptional impact strength, machinability, formability, and UV stability, polycarbonate
  • Medical Device Link . Medical Applications of Polycarbonate
    Polycarbonate fills an important niche as one of the most popular engineering resins in the medical device market. Bisphenol-A polycarbonate has been commercially available since the 1960s, and its use in medical devices dates from approximately that time. Possessing a broad range of physical
  • Medical Device Link . Stabilization of Gamma-Irradiated Polycarbonate
    , polycarbonate resin (Makrolon 2608, Bayer Corp., Pittsburgh) was compounded with DCHP, TINTM, and DTDP in various amounts. The compounded pellets were injection molded into test specimens measuring 7.5 * 5 * 0.25 cm and irradiated at ambient conditions using a cobalt-60 gamma-radiation source to a dose
    hours under 29 mmHg. Following rigorous drying, the resins were injection molded into standard 0.125-in.-thick tensile bars according to ASTM. Explaining Ductility Loss in Steam-Sterilized Polycarbonate (MPB archive, May 96). Skip to : [Content] [Navigation]. Medical Device Link. The Online
  • Medical Device Link .
    HPM, a hemocompatible polycarbonate resin supplied by GE Plastics, was used to make an atrial depressor. Polycarbonate resins can be injection molded, extruded, blow molded, or thermoformed. Products made with polycarbonate can be sterilized using EtO, gamma radiation, electron-beam radiation
  • Ecofriendly Polycarbonate and Ecofriendly Castings
    Three new flame-retardant polycarbonate/acrylonitrile-butadienestyrene (PC/ABS) blend resins use postconsumer recycled content and thus can help OEMs hit a higher rating in the U.S. Government's Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) for evaluating the sustainability of specific
  • Medical Device Link . New Resins
    group of The Dow Chemical Co. (Midland, MI). Dow Plastics has developed a new resin that exhibits improved mold release. The company says that the Calibre 2071 polycarbonate resin was designed to respond to a substantial need in the medical device industry for a material that will produce parts

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  • Polycarbonate Resins
    Polycarbonate Resins .
  • Polycarbonate
    Polycarbonate resins are commercially pro- duced by interfacial and transesterification or melt processes.
  • Polycarbonates
    Polycarbonate resins are commercially produced by interfacial and transesterification processes.
  • Bisphenol A
    13 Polycarbonate Resins ...................................................................................................................
  • Epoxy/Polycarbonates Business Strategic Units
    Abstract Process Economics Program Report 244 STRATEGIC BUSINESS UNITS OF EPOXY AND POLYCARBONATE RESINS (June 2002 .
  • Phosgene
    The United States, Western Europe, and Asia are currently the major producing and consuming regions for phosgene, which they captively consume to manufacture p,p′-methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI), toluene diisocyanate (TDI), and polycarbonate resins .
  • Polycarbonates
    U.S. Producers of Polycarbonate Resins Annual Capacity Estimates .........................................
  • Compounding of Engineering Thermoplastics
    The largest markets for polycarbonate resins are electrical/electronic (including computer and business equipment and optical discs), glazing and sheet usage, and the automotive industry.