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Specialty Polymers and Resins - (489 companies)Specialty polymers and resins are proprietary polymers, resins, monomers and intermediates. They include products that are based on proprietary curing technologies or chemistries, or that are designed for specialized applications.Show More
Polymers and Plastic Resins - (954 companies)Polymers and plastic materials are organic, synthetic or processed polymers that are supplied as raw materials. They typically consist of thermoplastic or thermosetting resins in the form of pellets, powders or liquid resins. These materials can then be molded into a variety of shapes for a wide range of uses.Show More
Fibers and Filaments - (193 companies)Fibers and filaments consist of bulk, chopped fibers or strands and continuous monofilaments of materials and are used in reinforcing composites as well as other specialized electrical and thermal applications.Show More
Resins and Compounds - (373 companies)Resins and compounds are used for shape fabrication or bond formation. Types include adhesive, casting, and leveling resins; caulk and grout; and sealants and thread lockers.Show More
Foams and Foam Materials - (574 companies)Foams and foam materials are industrial products made from low density elastomers, plastics and other materials with various structures and porosities.Show More
Foam Insulation - (83 companies)Foam insulation or thermal insulating foams are low density elastomers or polymers, which provide a thermal barrier between components and a heat or cold source.Show More
GIG Karasek, LLC
Processing & Recycling of Polymers GIG Karasek is a synonymous for technology and plant engineering for the production, processing and recycling of polymers. We are able to offer tailored solutions for you. If you have new applications - please contact us. We can test your substances in our lab. Our application references: Acrylic acid. Additives. Butanediol (BDO). Caprolactam. Epoxy resin. Isocyanate. Solvent. Polylactides. Polyurethane. Propylamine. PTMEG. Silicone oil (read more)
Polylactic acid, (polylactide, PLA) polymers are being used in a wide range of biomedical, com-mercial, pharmaceutical and academic applica-tions due to their biocompatibility and biodegra-dability. Applications include stents, sutures and a wide range of uses in food packaging and dis-posable...
...of consumer packaging made from common plastics such as PET and polypropylene (PP) to those associated with polylactide (PLA), a widely used corn-based plastic. Athena's study looked strictly at five packaging items: 16-oz cold-drink cups, two-piece deli containers, envelope window film, foam meat...
...devices, a great deal of research continues on polyanhydrides, polyorthoesters, polyphosphazenes, and other biodegradable polymers. A biodegradable intravascular stent prototype is molded from a blend of polylactide and trimethylene carbonate. Photo: Cordis Corp. Prototype Molded by Tesco Associates, Inc...
...with two new biocontent polycarbonate blends containing polylactide (PLA), a polymer derived from plant materials. Makroblend BC250 and BC400 are general-purpose grades that contain 25 and 40% PLA, respectively. The biocontent grades can serve in applications such as cell phones and smart phones...
...of as one that would "do no harm." The operative principle was that of inertness as reflected, for example, in the definition of as "the quality of not having toxic or injurious effects on biological systems. " A cartilage repair unit injection molded from biodegradable polylactide (PLA). When...
...a biodegradable type such as polylactide co-glycocide or a...
Environmentally Degradable Polymers
Environmental Silicate Nano-Biocomposites
Polylactide /Clay Nano-Biocomposites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handbook of Engineering and Specialty Thermoplastics Volume 3 Polyethers and Polyesters Complete Document
Liquid Crystal Polyesters 1.4.7 Polylactide 1.4.8 Thermoplastic Copolyester Elastomers (TPEEs) 1.4.9 …
Biodegradable Polymer Blends and Composites from Renewable Resources
Polylactide -Based Nanocomposites Suprakas Sinha Ray and James Ramontja 17.
Final Report for DOE Project DE-FC07-99CH11010
Polylactides (PLA) have been known for several decades and have recently become of considerable commercial significance.