Tuesday, November 22, 2011
The Thermoplastic coating industry has existed for a little over half a century, and although young compare to the metal industry, it has occupied most areas of our economy. Plastics are present in construction industry, transportation, medical, packaging, energy, food, communications, electronics, In fact, a resin constitute a plastic material, such as a polyolefin, is rarely used alone and in most cases it is a component of a complex formula involving many additives or other resins, which together verify the properties and performance of a material for a given application. The history of the plastics industry has demonstrated its flexibility and robustness over the decades. Until 80s-90s, the industry was leaning towards the provision of new resins to meet the demands of increasingly stringent requirements. This trend, even though still a possibility, was replace by more rigorous optimal existing resins. More efficient, less costly, more recyclable, easier to implement, less loss of material, more flexible, more robust, are some examples of applications to be consider in the introduction of an higher material. To meet this difficulty, it is helpful to build on a platform of knowledge that is varied and abundant. Knowledge of materials, additives, fillers, tools and technologies for the production of polymers, tools and technologies of processing of polymers and means for description and polymer chemistry are every area that are good to develop an innovative formulation. Thank you. Have a nice day.
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