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  • PLA | Polymer Types - Resinex
    blow moulding ISBM and thermoforming There are also higher MFI grades that can be easily used in injection molding applications where it can be a replacement for polystyrene PS This biopolymer is also very suitable for fibre extrusion where it can be a replacement for polypropylene PP PLA can biodegrade under certain conditions PLA polylactic acid products can be composted in industrial installations where heat 70 C or more and

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  • PMMA | Polymer Types - Resinex
    Due to its transparency aesthetics and scratch resistance PMMA might be considered the light alternative to glass It is also sometimes called acrylic glass PMMA can be used as an alternative to polycarbonate PC if higher transparency UV resistance and or scratch resistance is required and high impact properties are not crucial for the application PMMA was first produced by the Rohm and Haas Company in 1933 Major PMMA brands are Altuglas Plexiglas and Diakon PMMA polymethylmethacrylate chemical formula PMMA is available as thermoplastic pellets designed for injection extrusion and blow moulding The main characteristics of PMMA are the following Outstanding optical properties Transparency and gloss finish Rigidity and dimensional stability Hardness and resistance to scratching Excellent resistance to sun rays ultraviolet radiation and weathering aging PMMA can be formulated to obtain special properties and effects Impact modified Food contact compliance Suitable for medical applications UV transparent Improved chemical resistance Resistant to gamma sterilisation Matt and Frosted surface The above mentioned properties allow PMMA to be the preferred polymer for many applications into the automotive lighting building cosmetic and medical industries Moreover PMMA can be polymerized in spherical solid form beads or methacrylate bead polymers Depending by compositions sizes Tg

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  • POM | Polymer Types - Resinex
    introduced a joint venture between Celanese and Hoechst creating the world s largest acetal producer Celanese part of the Celanese company is still the biggest POM producer in the world which just opened a new POM plant on Hoechst Industrial Park close to Frankfurt Nowadays there are more players in the POM world Besides Celanese with Hostaform and Celcon the biggest are DuPont with Delrin Polyplastic with Duracon BASF with Ultraform Kolon Plastics with Kocetal Zaklady with Tarnoform Yuntianhua with Yuntianhua POM and BlueStar with BlueStar POM In the polyacetal business a lot more POM brands are visible in the market compounders distributor and traders have created their own brands like Resinex POM Polyoxymethylene POM chemical formula Polyoxymethylene can be divided into two groups Homopolymer POM Copolymer POM Starting from methanol formaldehyde is created and POM homopolymer is created e g Delrin if this is directly polymerized For POM copolymer formaldehyde is converted to trioxane and this is polymerized together with a co monomer to a POM copolymer e g Hostaform The POM homopolymer has a higher crystallinity compared with the POM copolymer on the other hand chemical resistance of the copolymer is higher This results in a higher stiffness

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  • PP | Polymer Types - Resinex
    produced under the brand name Moplen by Montedison in 1957 Polypropylene PP is easy to process has a low density and is relatively cheap versus other polymers The most important European polypropylene producers are Basell Borealis Total Sabic and now Braskem which took over the DOW assets in 2011 Polypropylene chemical formula Polypropylene can be divided into three main groups Homopolymer polypropylene hPP grades exhibit high stiffness Copolymer polypropylene cPP grades provide superior impact performance even at low temperature Random copolymer polypropylene raco PP grades or statistical copolymers are transparent Quality of polypropylene grades has continued to improve over the years and will still do in the near future Recent technical developments have created stiffer clearer and more transparent grades and have taken market share from other polymers as ABS and PS Another feature of polypropylene is the excellent chemical resistance to many chemical solvents bases and acids PP is used in many applications but a distinct feature is the ability to produce hinges used in closures and CD DVD housings Polypropylene can be processed in nearly all existing conversion techniques Main polypropylene applications are Food packaging cups trays clamshells Fibre extrusion Furniture garden chairs tables Housewares storage containers boxes

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  • PPS | Polymer Types - Resinex
    that often make PPS the preferred alternative of metals or thermosets Polyphenylene Sulfide PPS chemical formula PPS Polyphenylene Sulfide is usually available unfilled glass fibre reinforced 30 40 and with glass fibre reinforcement together with mineral filling up to 65 PPS Polyphenylene Sulfide key properties Continuous service temperature up to 240 C Short term temperature resistance up to 270 C Inherently flame retardant Very high chemical resistance insoluble in all known solvents below 200 C Very low water absorption Very high creep resistance even at high temperatures Creep tests show the behaviour of a material under long term stress under different conditions e g elevated temperatures and help to select the best material for parts subjected to prolonged stress PPS Polyphenylene Sulfide exhibits very high creep resistance even at high temperatures and therefore PPS is the material of the choice for many very high demanding applications Polyphenylene Sulfide shows one of the highest temperature resistance among thermoplastics Some reinforced PPS grades achieve HDT Heat Deflection Temperature of 270 C PPS Polyphenylene Sulfide is an inherently flame retardant polymer It means that PPS achieves rating UL 94 V 0 and some grades even 5 VA even without any flame retardant additive

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  • PS | Polymer Types - Resinex
    Polystyrene grades can be divided into two main groups GPPS general purpose polystyrene HIPS high impact polystyrene GPPS general purpose polystyrene or crystal clear polystyrene is fully transparent yet brittle and is widely used in food packaging applications or jewel cases HIPS high impact polystyrene is polystyrene which has butadiene rubber as impact modifier giving the material good impact performance but losing the transparency Polystyrene is easy to process has

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  • PVDF | Polymer Types - Resinex
    periods of time PVDF is chemically resistant to halogens chlorine bromine fluorine iodine and strong acids even at high temperatures As a wire jacketing PVDF resin can be used at working temperatures up to 175 C with inherently flame resistant properties PVDF chemical formula Arkema is the biggest b PVDF producer worldwide Production sites are located in USA France and China Arkema produces both homopolymer and copolymer grades under the brands Kynar and Kynar Flex Kynar polyvinylidenefluoride PVDF production started in 1965 to service applications in chemical handling wire insulation and jacketing Kynar PVDF has grown to be a material of choice for many high performance applications Kynar Flex PVDF was commercialized in the 80 s as a material with similar performance properties of Kynar but with increased flexibility to fulfill new application needs PVDF main properties Easy processing as standard thermoplastic polymers High chemical resistance even at high temperatures Inherently flame retardant Exceptional UV and radiation stability Very low microbiological attachment Abrasion resistance Above mentioned properties allow PVDF to be used for the following applications Injection molding PVDF is suitable to make parts used in the chemical and nuclear industries pharmaceutical food and beverage electrical automotive Tubing PVDF is

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  • SAN | Polymer Types - Resinex
    polystyrene applications where additional chemical resistance is required and slightly higher temperature resistance SAN chemical formula The main producers of SAN are Trinseo Styrolution and Polimeri Europe Among major styrene acrylonitrile SAN properties belong High transparency Chemical resistance High stiffness High surface hardness SAN is very transparent and has nice glossy finish The additional feature of scratch resistance makes it a suitable choice for point of sales displays and cosmetic

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