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PlasticsToday 10/01/2019 15:10
The Polyplastics Group (Tokyo) has launched a Duranex polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) grade that combines the properties traditionally found in PBT with other important performance attributes. Duranex 750AM is a 30% glass-reinforced, flame-retardant (FR) grade with low warpage, high rigidity and heat and moisture resistance. Duranex750 AM is suited for automotive communication devices and high-pressure parts for electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs). It has been difficult to satisfy requirements for both flame and moisture resistance because moisture resistance typically decreases with the addition of an FR component, explained Polyplastics. There has been increasing demand for FR materials in the automotive market fo.
PlasticsToday 07/21/2019 21:15
The use of the color orange to identify live, plastic-sheathed components is becoming well-established in electric vehicles, but it is a challenge to develop orange compounds that exhibit high color stability over the long term. Materials firm Lanxess has now succeeded in doing just this. Orange is a standard color used to identify live, plastic-sheathed components in electric vehicles. The resin supplier offers a wide range of orange-colored polyamide (PA) and polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) compounds for precisely these kinds of high-voltage applications. The products will be colored in the highly vivid RAL 2003 (Lanxess color code 200849) tone. Another color variant is almost ready to be introduced. The compounds will be available both

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