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Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipe Market 2018 Global Analysis with Top Key Play...

November 21, 2018, 10:19 am

The report Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipe Market by Key players highlights t he essential market dynamics of Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipe Market sector . The efficiency of this segment has been stu... Read more »

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September 12, 2018, 3:39 pm

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September 12, 2018, 3:23 pm

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Blending PP with PE

July 24, 2018, 3:28 pm

Hi. I want to blend PP with PE to format a mix that can be extruded. Since these are not miscible, what can I add as a modifier to make them miscible Read more »

What type of cleaning agent(s) can embrittle PEBAX after contact?

July 13, 2018, 8:42 pm

We acquired a catheter component from a vendor that keeps breaking during use. Vendor states the root cause is a cleaning agent that is used to clean the inside of the tube that leaks onto the PEBAX ... Read more »

about extruder single screw design

May 9, 2018, 9:55 am

can someone explain please the major difference between a screw which is designed for *PP* but it is not working on *HDPE*. share best design for HDPE material Thanks From irfan_asmat@yahoo.com Read more »

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March 14, 2018, 10:16 am

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Universal pe,pp zipper profile

September 5, 2017, 8:29 am

We are manufacturers of Pe zipper profiles. Recently we are receiving enquiries about developing a universal zipper profile that can be used on both PE AND PP films. One of our competitors has alre... Read more »

Please Help... Polishing Polyethylene

May 17, 2017, 1:50 am

I know it sounds weird. I've got a polythene bodied RC car. I use elbow grease and plain white toothpaste. No, really, give it a go once you're down to the fine scratch stage. Read more »

Starlite flameproof plastic?

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March 2, 2017, 8:43 am

Try this website I found, you don't have to read all of it but just scan it for key points and make sure to read the last paragraph Here's the link: What happened to `starlite', a material with se... Read more »

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Alq3 solvent

rating: 4.5

Does anyone know which solvents are able to dissolve Alq3 other than chloroform ? I'm looking for something that has a boiling point that is higher than chloroform so that i could get smoother films ... Read more »

polymers: calculate degree of crystallinity?

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polymers: calculate degree of crystallinity? in [1[2,3]] an equation for quiscent crystallisation kinetics, calculating material derivative or relative degree of crystallisation is given: (1*) (D/Dt... Read more »

thermoplastic polyurethane with high melt flow index

rating: 4.75

I'm looking for TP=DC with a high MVI > 80 cc/10 min (@160 =B0C/2.16 kg). If possible the polymer must also have some elongation. And must have some restance to hydrolysis Read more »

What is Melt tension(strength) in PE, PP

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Hello, everyone I don't know the meaning of melt tension(strength) in polymer, especially PE, PP. I would like to know what melt tension is and why it is measured in PE, PP processing. please teach m... Read more »

Restoring Melmac dinnerware?

rating: 4.67

At our cabin in CO we have a set of Brookpark Modern Design pink and black Melmac dinnerware. I've been replacing missing pieces, but some of the replacements are quite worn - fine scratching being ... Read more »

rubber reclaiming agent

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I would like to introduce our self as the manufacturer & exporter of Rubber Reclaiming Agent, Chemical name: DI-XYLENE DI-SULPHIDE, it used as a catalyst in the process of making reclaim rubber. Any ... Read more »

DSC and pvT data for PMMA and PA12

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Hi I am conducting a transient thermal solution for plastic materials for which I need specific heat, conductivity and density data for these materials as functions of temperature (room temp to melt ... Read more »

How to remove cement from plastic

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Please how do I remove cement from plastic windows Read more »

PVC extrusion speed...

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I just began my new job. We have a rigid PVC product ('W' shape). The engineering quote extrusion speed is 1500ft/hr, while our actual extrusion speed is 700ft/hr. This made we lost a lot of money... Read more »

Shock/impact absorbing materials?

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I've seen demonstrations of both d3o (http://www.d3o.com/) and Sorbothane (http://www.sorbothane.com/). Unfortunately, d3o is not available to the general public in sheets, and sorbothane sheets are... Read more »

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