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  • ABS | Polymer Types - Resinex
    presence of polybutadiene The most important ABS properties are impact resistance and toughness Among major ABS acrylonitrile butadiene styrene producers are Trinseo LG Chem Chi Mei and Styrolution Most of ABS producers generally use emulsion polymerisation but Trinseo uses mass polymerisation ABS monomers chemical formulas ABS is usually defined by three main properties Flowability Heat resistance Impact resistance Styrene monomer gives the ABS good processability acrylonitrile provides stiffness heat and chemical resistance while butadiene makes the product more tough and resilient even in low temperatures Changing the proportions of ABS components and adding specific additives can produce different grades with specific properties ABS has poor weather resistance and therefore it is recommended for interior applications only Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene can be generally used within a temperature range from 20 C to 80 C ABS is resistant to aqueous acids alkalis concentrated hydrochloric and phosphoric acids alcohols and animal vegetable and mineral oils but is attacked by concentrated sulphuric and nitric acids Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene ABS is soluble in esters ketones ethylene dichloride or acetone ABS can be processed by the injection or extrusion moulding process Typical ABS Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene applications are General toys consumer goods telephones safety helmets Automotive

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  • LCP | Polymer Types - Resinex
    chemical resistance Exceptional temperature resistance of very thin wall parts High stiffness of even very thin wall applications Low coefficient of thermal expansion inherently flame retardant LCP Liquid Crystal Polymers allow super fast injection moulding cycles particularly in thin sections due to its unique structure LCP often outperforms ceramics or thermosets at complex thin walled applications requiring superior heat aging performance Parts moulded from LCP exhibit very high dimensional stability

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  • Natural Rubber | Polymer Types - Resinex
    natural rubber its unique properties The main natural rubber producing countries are nowadays Thailand Indonesia Malaysia India Vietnam and China Also West Africa is becoming a more significant Natural Rubber producing region Natural rubber was originally processed into visually graded types such as Ribbed Smoked Sheets RSS numbered 1 5 and Brown and Pale Crepes The Technically Specified Rubber TSR scheme was introduced in Malaysia about 50 years ago in order to provide consumers with measurable data of rubber properties Now TSR grades such as SMR 10 SIR 20 and SVR CV60 account for roughly 80 of global production and consumption Synthetic rubber was first produced in Germany in the middle of the 20th Century and now synthetic rubber grades and types account for the majority of rubber demand Synthetic Rubber is produced by the polymerisation of monomers typically Styrene and Butadiene which are polymerised to produce Styrene Butadiene Rubber SBR and also Poly Butadiene Rubber BR Subsequent developments have seen the introduction of other monomers such as ethylene and propylene which are used in the production of EPDM Other types of synthetic rubber include Butyl more correctly know as Isobutylene Isoprene Rubber and this can be modified with halogen atoms such as Chlorine or Bromine to produce Chlorobutyl and Bromobutyl together known as Halo Butyls and Nitrile acrylonitrile butadiene There is even a synthetic version of natural rubber called Polyisoprene Synthetic rubber is now produced all over the world with the major producing countries being China the United States of America Japan Republic of Korea and Germany Applications for both natural and synthetic rubber include a wide and diverse product range including tyres tyre re treading adhesive and adhesive tapes and labels rubber flooring industrial hoses gaskets rubber to metal bonded parts and anti vibration system components pharmaceutical products

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  • PA | Polymer Types - Resinex
    due to it s excellent balance of performance and cost Polyamide typical chemical structure The 2 main types of polyamide are Polyamide 6 PA 6 Polyamide 6 6 PA 66 But by modification of chemical structures length of chains and chemical organization several others families of polyamide are obtained such as Polyamide 11 PA 11 and polyamide 12 PA 12 Polyamide 4 6 Polyamide 6 10 6 12 10 10 Polyamide 11 PA 11 is the unique high performance polyamide produced from renewable source castor oil It is used for a wide range of applications thanks to its outstanding properties that are similar to those of polyamide 12 PA 12 excellent chemical and thermal resistance high dimensional stability and low density Polyamides PA 6 PA 6 6 and others are commonly used in many applications due to their extreme durability and strength Main characteristics of polyamides are Resistance to aging at high temperatures and over long time periods High strength and high stiffness Functional toughness even at low temperatures High flow for easy mould filling Inherent ignition resistance Excellent di electrical properties Good abrasion resistance Outstanding chemical resistance High barrier resistance to chemical gasoline fat or aroma materials High oxygen

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  • PBT | Polymer Types - Resinex
    PBT properties High strength High continuous service temperature up to 150 C Very good creep resistance even at higher temperature High rigidity and hardness Good friction properties and abrasion resistance High dimensional stability Good weathering resistance No environmental stress cracking Additionally flame retardant Polybutylene Terephthalate PBT grades are available reaching UL94 V 0 and in some cases even 5 VA rating PBT is available with different melt viscosities suitable for

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  • PC | Polymer Types - Resinex
    and GE Plastics today Sabic Innovative Plastics involving the reaction of BPA bis phenol A with phosgene COCl2 Polycarbonate PC melt phase processes were developed in the 1990s Polycarbonate chemical formula Polycarbonate is inherently one of the most transparent polymers At the same time PC can be compounded into different colors from transparent tints to opaque solid colours Polycarbonate aesthetics are at the highest level within the range of engineering polymers The molecular chain weight of PC can be designed during polymerization to give the polycarbonate many different Melf Flow Rates MFR or MFI The Melt Flow Rate of PC typically ranges from 3 to 80 g 10 min Polycarbonate is suitable for both injection moulding and extrusion moulding Polycarbonate is also suitable for extrusion blow moulding Polycarbonate can be produced with many different product features including new environmentally conforming flame retardant technology scratch resistance toughness heat resistance weatherability biocompatibility optical quality and compliance with stringent FDA and USP requirements Polycarbonate has superior UV stability and this can be even further improved by adding UV stabilizers Other additives can be heat boosters or additives improving ESCR environmental stress cracking PC can be filled with glass fiber to increase further the

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  • PC/ABS | Polymer Types - Resinex
    and acrylonitrile butadiene styrene affects mainly the heat resistance of the final product PC ABS blends exhibit a synergic effect resulting in excellent impact resistance at low temperatures that is better than impact resistance of ABS or PC Major PC ABS brands are Pulse Bayblend and Cycoloy Main PC ABS properties are High impact strength even at low temperatures Heat resistance High stiffness Easy processing Low overall shrinkage and high

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  • PE | Polymer Types - Resinex
    is available with standard 0 918 0 925 g cc and medium densities 0 930 0 940 g cc together with very low gel levels LDPE offers high output grades for all extrusion and injection technologies and is available with compliance to food and Pharma standards LLDPE Linear Low Density Polyethylene C8 Octene C6 Hexene and C4 Butene LLDPE are available from higher densities up to 0 941 g cc down to very low density PE 0 905 g cc LLDPE Linear Low Density Polyethylene is used in extrusion blown film roto moulding injection moulding for food packaging frozen food floor heating pipes stretch film cosmetic and pharmaceutical tubes etc HDPE High Density Polyethylene bimodal and unimodal for blown film blow moulding Injection moulding or other extrusion processes HDPE grades are available with UV Stabilisation and certification to meet UN standards for blow moulded chemical containers Plastomers for modification of PE or PP to increase properties like sealing impact or softness The Plastomers offer a wide range of grades densities and comonomers Etylene Octene or Butene based Polymer Functional Polymers such as EEA EAA MAH create adhesion to other polymers like EVOH or Polyamide barrier layers in extrusion process These adhesives create a strong and reliable bond also to other substrates in co extrusion processes EAA can also be used in water based dispersions or hot melts in addition to metallocene based polyolefin hot melt adhesive EVA for foam extrusion or Hot Melt Adhesive applications Polyethylene might be divided into three groups Standard Polyethylene LDPE Low Density Polyethylene HDPE High Density Polyethylene MDPE Medium Density Polyethylene LLDPE Butene C4 Linear Low Density Polyethylene High Performance Polyethylene LLDPE Octene C8 Linear Low Density Polyethylene LLDPE Hexene C6 Linear Low Density Polyethylene VLDPE Octene C8 Very Low Density Polyethylene VLDPE Hexene C6

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