2010

Improving Thermoplastic Performance Using Additives and Reinforcers

A company seeks to improve the performance properties of polyolefins, polyethylenes, and thermoplastics. Additives, ingredients, fillers, modifiers, agents, and other methods are all of interest. Properties of interest include lighter weight, higer modulus, increased tensile strength, improved impact and heat resistance, decreased density, minimal shrinkage, improved surface finish and appearance, and improved scratch resistance, surface hardness, and stiffness.

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