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Ticona to Exhibit 'Performance in Motion(TM)' at SAE 2012 Hybrid / EV Technologies Symposiums

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Ticona to Exhibit 'Performance in Motion(TM)' at SAE 2012 Hybrid / EV Technologies Symposiums

Press release date: February 14, 2012

Ticona, a leading supplier of engineering polymers, is showcasing "Performance in Motion(TM)" - material innovations that are driving hybrid powertrain components and systems in Booth #38 during the SAE 2012 Hybrid Vehicle Technologies Symposium from Feb. 21 to 22 and the SAE 2012 Electric Vehicle Technologies Symposium on Feb. 23, both at the Town and Country Resort & Conference Center in San Diego, Calif. The exhibit will highlight Ticona advanced polymer technologies that are producing innovative materials for:
o Hybrid and EV Vehicles - reduce weight to offset energy storage system mass and help improve fuel efficiency
o Fuel Systems - gasoline, diesel and bio-fuel resistant fuel components
o Electrical and Electronics - chemical resistant, flame resistant and halogen-free applications
o High Efficiency IC Engines - thermal, chemical and dimensional stability needed for advanced powertrain systems and components
o Energy Storage - separator films, battery cases, thermal management and power distribution The Ticona portfolio of high-performance engineering polymers for electronic, energy storage, fuel system, power train and thermal management applications consists of:
o Celanex® thermoplastic polyester (PBT)
o Celstran®, Factor® and Compel® long fiber reinforced thermoplastics (LFRT)
o Celstran continuous fiber reinforced thermoplastics (CFR-TP)
o Fortron® polyphenylene sulfide (PPS)
o GUR® ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW-PE)
o Hostaform® / Celcon® acetal copolymer (POM)
o Thermx® polycyclohexylene dimethylene terephthalate (PCT)
o Vectra® / Zenite® liquid crystal polymer (LCP) Ticona encourages you to visit www.ticona.com/hev. Read how Ticona engineering polymers offer a spectrum of advanced properties that include the exceptional electrical and mechanical performance, thermal and chemical resistance and dimensional stability demanded by hybrid vehicle components.

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