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Chemicals & Chemical Processing -> Process Chemicals -> Polybutylene Compounds

Polybutylene Compounds

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PBT Engineering Plastic suits food equipment components.

PBT Engineering Plastic suits food equipment components.

Ensinger Inc.    Washington, PA 15301
Jul 01, 2014 With ultra detectable design, HYDEX® 4101 UD Blue is visible to food conveyor line optical, X-ray, and metal detection systems. Engineers designing parts for food processing equipment will find particular success in applications in which parts are subjected to cleaning chemicals that are chlorine or caustic based. Available in rod and plate stocks, wear resistant polymer is suited for pump impellers, filler valve parts, and food forming plates.

PBT Polyester Resin Shapes withstand high impacts.

Emco Industrial Plastics, Inc.    Cedar Grove, NJ 07009
Sep 19, 2012 Approved for direct contact with food by FDA and other US and European agencies, Hydex® 4101 and lubricated Hydex® 4101L stock shapes are suitable for machined parts in food processing equipment. Hydex® 4101 also offers resistance to typical cleaning chemicals such as chlorine and caustic solutions, features absorption rate as much as 15 times less than nylon, and can withstand high impacts.

Resins help electronics manufacturers go Green.

SABIC Innovative Plastics    Pittsfield, MA 01201
Sep 17, 2008 Through use of flame-retardant technology, Valox iQ polybutylene terephthalate resins meet requirements for halogen-free parts. They are derived in part from post-consumer plastic waste including PET water bottles, and have been validated for use in computer components such as internal cooling fans, heat sink shrouds, and external bezel covers. Non-halogenated and flame-retardant, Flexible Noryl can replace PVC in applications such as power cords, SATA cables, and DC cables.

Molding Resins suit small-engine fuel tanks.

GE Company GE Plastics    Pittsfield, MA 01201
Apr 26, 2007 Providing UV stability and weatherability, Xenoy X6800BM blow-molding and Xenoy 6620-GT injection-molding resins provide 1-step, monolayer solution to help meet CARB and US EPA standards governing vapor emissions from small-engine, off-road fuel tanks. Resins incorporate inherent barrier material that delivers consistent permeation resistance throughout part. Available in black and natural color, products are suited for lawn mowers, snow blowers, recreation vehicles, and generators.

Nonstandard Polymers come in injection-molded sheets.

Goodfellow Corp.    Coraopolis, PA 15108
Feb 08, 2007 Supplied as injection-molded plaques (sheets) in sizes from 60-250 mm² and thicknesses from 2.0-10.0 mm, nonstandard grades of various polymers are available in amounts that range from singular pieces to small production quantities. Available grades include polyetherimide, in black or amber; glass-filled Vectra B and polyphenylenesulfide; as well as polyphenylsulfone and polymethylpentene. Other grades include acrylonitrile/methylacrylate copolymer and polybutylene terephthalate.

Plastic Resins target global automotive manufacturers.

GE Company GE Plastics    Pittsfield, MA 01201
Sep 04, 2006 Chemical, thermal, and impact resistant Valox iQ and Xenoy iQ resins are derived from 85% post-consumer plastic waste and manufactured with process intended to conserve non-renewable fuel resources and reduce CO2 emissions. Valox iQ is made with polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)-based polymers, while Xenoy iQ is alloy of polycarbonate and PBT-based polymers. Resins are suited for automotive applications such as connectors, lighting bezels, energy absorbers, and body panels.

Terephthalic Resin is suited for pultrusion and wet molding.

Reichhold, Inc.    Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
Apr 18, 2006 Suited for pultrusion and wet molding applications, direct injection-capable Polylite® 31516-00 features low-styrene (30%) chemical composition and is MACT-compliant. Viscosity, physical properties, and toughness make it suitable for FRP production applications. Specific applications include window lineals, ladder rails, tool handles, fan shrouds, structural shapes, utility pole cross-arms, and lower end sheet piling/seawalls.

Commercial Resins suit rotational and injection molding.

Commercial Resins suit rotational and injection molding.

Cyclics    Schenectady, NY 12308
Nov 03, 2004 CBT® 100 and CBT® 200 melt to water-like viscosity when heated, then polymerize into engineering thermoplastic PBT when catalyzed. CBT 100 features processing temperature between 190-240°C, while CBT 200 ranges from 170-240°C. Available in 1- and 2-part systems, both provide natural high-gloss surface, and are not hygroscopic, so dimensional tolerances are maintained. Resins are suited for rotational molding, nanocomposites, compounding, and injection molding.

PBT Resins meet UL94-V0 specs in thin-walled components.

PBT Resins meet UL94-V0 specs in thin-walled components.

Ticona Engineering Polymers    Florence, KY 41042
Sep 25, 2003 Flame-retardant Celanex® 14 Series polybutylene terephthalate resins are non-blooming, so molded parts are essentially free of surface deposits. Celanex 3314, 3214, and 3114 are 30, 15, and 7.5% glass fiber-reinforced, respectively. Celanex 2014 is unfilled, and Celanex 4014 is unfilled and toughened. Resins are suited for connectors, housings, relays, switches, motor end caps, and other electrical and electronic applications.

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