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Molding Compounds and Resins - (311 companies)...or thermosetting plastics are polymer materials that have been irreversibly cured. They are generally stronger than thermoplastics due to polymer cross-linking and are better suited for high-temperature applications (below their decomposition points). They tend... Search by Specification | Learn More
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Cambridge Polymer Group, Inc.
What is a Polymer? As products become more complicated in design and formulation, it becomes challenging for specialized engineers and scientists to fully understand their existing product line, as well as innovate on pipeline projects, if they lack fundamental understanding of materials. Cambridge Polymer Group offers workshops and short courses on polymer science, and can train scientists, engineers, managers and sales staff on both the basics of polymers, as well as more detailed discussions of specific... (read more)
DuPont™ Krytox® Performance Lubricants
DuPont™ Fluoroguard® Polymer Additives Designed for a variety of uses, DuPont ™ Fluoroguard ® Polymer Additives provide an internal lubricant that will migrate to the surface to reduce wear and abrasion and to improve polymer throughput and flow properties. Fluoroguard ® is used in a variety of thermoplastic and thermosetting polymers to improve mechanical performance including wear, flex fatigue, coefficient of friction, chemical resistance of the products, and processing characteristics (e.g., melt flow, mold release... (read more)Browse Chemical Additives and Agents Datasheets for DuPont™ Krytox® Performance Lubricants
Polymer Cages - for Roller Bearings SKF ® rolling bearings with new polymer type cages can serve longer in compressor applications. New SKF ® polymer cages offer superior thermal, friction, and wear properties compared with conventional steel, polymer, or brass counterparts to allow rolling bearings to serve longer and more reliably in compressor applications. These PEEK (polyetheretherketone) cages can operate at higher speeds, perform at higher temperatures, and provide enhanced resistance to aggressive... (read more)Browse Roller Bearings Datasheets for SKF/North America
Metal-Polymer Materials PTFE-based metal-polymer materials: DU®, DU®B, DP4 ™, DP4B ™, DP31 ™, DP10 ™, DP11 ™. GGB's metal-backed, PTFE-based (polytetrafluoroethylene) polymer bearing materials have a common structure, consisting of a metal backing bonded to a porous bronze sinter layer. This bronze sinter layer is impregnated and overlaid with the filled PTFE bearing lining. The metal backing provides mechanical strength, while the bronze sinter layer provides a strong mechanical bond... (read more)Browse Bearing Rings, Housings, and Flanges Datasheets for GGB
Solid Polymer Materials GGB's injection-molded solid polymer bearings provide excellent wear resistance and low friction in both dry and lubricated operating conditions over a wide range of applications. Consisting of nine different materials, the new EP ™ Series of solid polymer materials is made of a variety of resins compounded with reinforcing fibers and solid lubricant. They exhibit excellent dimensional stability, low coefficients of friction, high compressive strength and creep resistance, low thermal... (read more)Browse Bearing Rings, Housings, and Flanges Datasheets for GGB
Solid-Polymer Bearings GGB has introduced its new EP ™ series of injection-molded, solid-polymer plain bearings that provide excellent wear resistance and low friction over a wide range of both dry and lubricated operating conditions. The new EP ™ series consists of nine different materials (EP ™, EP12 ™, EP22 ™, EP43 ™, EP44 ™, EP63 ™, EP64 ™, EP73 ™ and EP79 ™) covering a broad spectrum of potential applications, including agricultural equipment... (read more)Browse Plastic Bearings Datasheets for GGB
PEEK Polymer for Outstanding Performance VICTREX PEEK Polymer for Outstanding Performance and Long-Term Reliability. Increasing demands in the oil and gas industry are creating the need for systems to deliver improved reliability, to extend service life and enhance performance in higher temperatures and pressures, deeper environments and more abrasive and corrosive conditions. The need to minimize loss of containment due to failures and maintenance downtime are paramount placing added demands on materials. Due to these mounting... (read more)Browse Polymers and Plastic Materials Datasheets for Victrex plc.
Lauren Manufacturing Co.
Custom Molded Polymer Parts Lauren Molded Parts - Today, Lauren can deliver a complete line of custom molded polymer products...dense, sponge, gel, rubber-to-metal-bonding and more. Now there is one integrated supplier for your high-tech extruded and molded rubber needs: Lauren Manufacturing. Their molded products are available in a variety of polymers and are listed below. Molded products are available in a variety of polymers: EPDM. Neoprene. Butyl rubber. TPU. Polyisoprene. Fluoroelastomer. SBR. PU. ECO. Hypalon. EVA... (read more)
Expanded VICTREX® PEEK™ Polymer Dexmet Expands VICTREX® PEEK ™ for Critical Filtration and Chemical Processing Applications. Applications requiring high temperatures to filter caustic gases or fluids, such as in the semiconductor, chemical processing, and petroleum/gas industries, typically utilize expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), perfluoroalkoxy (PFA), and ethylene chlorotrifluoroethylene (ECTFE) as support material. All these materials provide excellent temperature and chemical resistance but none match the... (read more)
Plastics Color Corporation
Sustainable Polymer Solutions process, the product will biodegrade when disposed of in microbe-rich environments. SouPLAs ™ line of masterbatch additives and toners for polylactic acid (PLA). SoluPLAs makes this bioplastic polymer, derived from renewable resources such as corn, more useable and more accepted by the marketplace by improving clarity, UV protection qualities and reducing noise. Recycled Color concentrates are made partially with post-consumer and industrial plastic content, or a more... (read more)
Queen Mary, University of London Methanal coordinated to aluminium in the tetradral layer of montmorillonite is activated towards nucleophilic attack by ethylenediamine Clay-Polymer nanocomposite materials have recently attracted a great deal of attention as they offer enhanced mechanical...
...in the success of polymer reinforcement is the aspect ratio of the clay particle. Clays with a platy structure and a thickness of <1 nm are optimal. The length and width of these choice clays are in the micron range, with aspect ratios between 300:1 and 1500:1. The surface area of the exfoliated...
...temperature, stress,. and strain fields in a wide range of polymer processes, ranging. from liquid phase polymer processing to high viscosity melt. compounding and high pressure injection molding. ./da7ba114-aac8-4d14-99db-fba6216b00e5 Technical Paper. Effect of Processing Conditions on the Extent...
A monthly review of new technologies and medical device innovations Microjaws to Deliver Drugs at Cellular Level Creating Imprinted Gels for Insulin Biosensors Clay Reduces Permeability of Implantable Polymer Components Body Simulator Preserves Kidney for Transplant Nanosensor Detects DNA Without...
David Sessa, a chemist in the ARS Plant Polymer Research Unit, is checking for air bubbles in a chromatographic column to be used for decolorizing and deodorizing yellow zein solutions. Sessa is co-designer of the multicolumn apparatus for pilot-scale operation. Zein (pronounced "ZEE-in...
polymer-coated pellets or one with stabilizers added to keep more of the urea in the soil as ammonium for a longer period. He chose a no-till system because it is known to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. After 2 years, he found that the specially formulated fertilizers drastically reduced N2O emissions...
...some OEMs are replacing metal stents with bioresorbable polymer products, reports Hans Kramer, research and development manager at Innercool Therapies Inc., a San Diego�based medical device firm. Kramer has designed structurally sound bioresorbable polymer stents with up to 30% drug content...
Fillers have been in use since the early days of plastics. Today's enormous growth of the polymer industry is due to the unique. properties that fillers impart to polymers. Glass bubbles (low density hollow glass microspheres) as fillers have been incorporated into. thermoset polymers for decades...
...professors of chemical engineering at Ohio State, and doctoral students Changchun Zeng and Xiangmin Han. With expertise in thermodynamics and polymer processing, the engineers were able to bridge the gap between nanocomposites and foams. To the best of his knowledge, very few research groups are working...
...years microparticle technologies have been developed to improve retention, drainage, and most important formation. Compared to conventional single and dual polymer retention systems, due to the small, tight flocs forms which adsorb strongly to the furnish components and leave the sheet structure open...
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