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There are now a wide diversity of thermoplastics offered for commercial uses. At one end of the range are the high-volume commodity materials for short life consumer applications. Whereas at the other end are the high value engineering materials; with significant levels of mechanical, physical and electrical performance.
Within this publication, the generic groups of thermoplastics can be identified, along with their respective attributes and limitations. All thermoplastics are available in different grades. The constituents selected to form a grade are chosen to modify aspects of material behaviour, both during processing and in the final moulded form.
The directory addresses materials which can be obtained in granular, powder or paste form for subsequent processing. Information is not provided directly on semi-finished product forms, such as films, fibres, sheet or profiles, other than when inferred from the processing descriptions of specified grades. The directory covers virgin or compounded material. It does not specifically address reclaimed or recycled grades. Data is provided for the mechanical and physical properties of moulded grades as processed by the route intended by the primary manufacturer M or compounder C.
Material grades can be obtained from a number of sources; either the original polymer manufacturer or a recognised compounder who produces a range of grades. Bashford Statement
1890595136 - Handbook of Fillers, Extenders, and Diluents by Ash, Michael; Ash, Irene
Personal information is secured with SSL technology. Free Shipping No minimum order. Description Handbook of Fillers, Fourth Edition, discusses the rapidly advancing field of fillers, the substances added to plastics and composites that add value by improving and modifying the properties of materials and reducing costs. This new edition is an essential reference for engineers and scientists using fillers in a range of materials, including plastics, rubber, adhesives, and paper. The book is designed to be a comprehensive reference for both experienced practitioners and those new to fields where fillers are used. It covers available fillers and their properties, their effect on filled materials, such as mechanical properties, rheology, morphology, flammability, and recycling, and their use in practical applications.
Handbook of Fillers
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Handbook of Fillers, Extenders, and Diluents
Notify your administrator of your interest. Handbook of Fillers, Extenders, and Diluents 2nd Edition Details This is the first update of this important reference in nine years. It describes more than trade names, generic chemicals, and materials that serve the dual functions of lowering the overall cost and improving the effectiveness of the end products to which they are added. The distinction between fillers, extenders, and diluents varies from industry to industry. In the paper industry, they are used to improve brightness, increase opacity, and reduce porosity. In paints, often referred to as inerts, extenders, and supplemental pigments, they are used to increase color, hiding power, weatherability, and control viscosity.