Description: For the unique needs of extrusion/thermoforming applications, we offer our Hyperform® HPN-600ei nucleating agent. Polypropylene infused with our additive offers improved aesthetic benefits, stiffness/impact balance and enhanced ovality. Processors also enjoy dramatically improved processing
Description: is a breakthrough in plastics technology, and was the first hyper nucleating agent available, offering a combination of high crystallization temperature in the polymer with the most isotropic shrinkage in the finished product. The advantages of Hyperform HPN-68L include: Faster processing speed Higher
Description: The advantages of Hyperform HPN-20E include: Excellent bidirectional stiffness Optimum CLTE performance Improved stiffness/impact balance No retooling needed Isotropic shrinkage, eliminating warpage Improved cycle times Applications Hyperform HPN-20E supports a broad range of applications,
Description: PLASTHALL 7071 is an ester plasticizer for high polarity elastomers and plastics. This plasticizer acts as a nucleating agent and lowers the Tg of the plastic to allow for faster and lower temperature processing.
- Applications: Elastomers / Rubbers, Plastics / Composites
- Function: Plasticizer
Description: Hyperform® family of nucleating agents allows manufacturers to produce consistently high quality products within a variety of polyolefin applications. Whether you are looking for improved physical properties, optimized part quality, weight reduction, or reduced processing times, our offering
Supplier: Reedy International Corporation
Description: SAFOAM® is an endothermic chemical nucleating and blowing agent for the creation of fine foam structures in thermoplastic injection molding and extrusion applications. SAFOAM® Masterbatches for styrenics contain a special surfactant package based on a styrenic resin and an SEBS rubber
- Function: Foaming / Blowing Agent
Standards and Technical Documents - Plastics -- Polyamide (PA) moulding and extrusion materials -- Part 1: Designation system and basis for specification -- ISO 1874-1:2010
Description: of nucleating agent, and on information about chemical structure, intended application, method of processing, important properties, additives, colour, fillers and reinforcing materials. The designation system is applicable to all polyamide homopolymers and copolymers. It applies to materials
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a low carbon footprint with excellent physical properties, low density, and good recyclability, giving manufacturers a versatile and sustainable material option. Nucleating agents have long been used in polypropylene to provide increased stiffness and more efficient processing. But, nucleating agents
Prediction of Polyolefin Foamability
a Polyethylene Resin. Foam densities are controlled by numerous parameters. and variables like processing conditions, additives, type. Conclusion: of blowing agents, nucleating agents, resins and rheology. Applying the rheological technique of a temperature. modifiers, etc . One phenomenon that most foaming
Medical Device Link . The Gamma Radiation Tolerance of Polypropylene: Measurement and Enhancement
in the flexural test only at 75 kGy, when the deflection first decreased significantly. Samples 9 and 10 further emphasized the differences in character among the three tests. For these two nearly identical samples--which differed only in auxiliary additives and not in stabilizers or nucleating agent--very
Medical Device Link . Specialty Compounds for Medical Applications: An Introduction
in the starting resin, a compound may require additional ingredients such as heat and light stabilizers, antioxidants, processing aids, or lubricants. Other common additives include plasticizers, cross-linking agents, coupling agents, reinforcements, nucleating agents, and conductive additives.1 Heat
Medical Device Link . Syndiotactic Polystyrene: A New Polymer for High-Performance Medical Applications
. The rate at which crystallinity develops in SPS can be controlled through the use of comonomers or the addition of nucleating agents. In injection molding, the temperature of the mold surface has also shown a major effect on crystallization. Each of these factors can be utilized to vary both
A new class of glass-ceramics -- Micro Milling Media
to. and John T. Wallace, 3M. the highly metastable nature of a “kineti-. cally frozen” glass state, conversion to. extremely good so that nanoparticulate. nanoscale glass-ceramic occurs without the. dispersions do not become contaminated. need for nucleating agents. The conversion. by media wear debris
Medical Device Link . Clear, Radiation-Tolerant, Autoclavable Polypropylene
, and resistance to softening at elevated temperature expected of the polypropylene. Second, certain organic nucleating agents greatly improve the clarity of polypropylenes by producing only very small crystals in the polymer. These smaller crystals are below the size that scatters visible light
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