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    Empower Materials Inc. produces the QPAC® line of carbon dioxide-based polymers used for improving manufacturing technologies. Empower Materials Inc. was founded in 1991 as PAC Polymers Inc. and...
  • Article - 27 Aug 2001
    Designers are sometimes reluctant to use fibre reinforced plastic composites as the long term effects of factors such as loading and environmental effects. This article looks at these effects and how...
  • Article - 20 Jul 2010
    Determining the exact cause of a component failure is the first step towards defining corrective action. This case study demonstrates ipolytech's expertise in solving the premature failure of a nylon...
  • Article - 24 May 2001
    Various thermoplastics such as acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, fluoropolymers, polyamides, polyarylates, polycarbonate, polysulphones, thermoplastic polyesters and polyimides, polyoxymethylene,...
  • Article - 13 Apr 2005
    The automotive industry requires materials that permit lightweight construction and are absolutely reliable in continuous service. Bayer Materialscience's Makrolon fits the bill. Properties of...
  • Article - 13 Apr 2005
    Makrolon, Bayer Materialscience's polycarbonate has a range of properties that make it ideally suited to medical and laboratory applications. These properties are described and some applications...
  • Article - 4 Sep 2001
    Suitable for food packaging applications and is recyclable. Used extensively for soft drink bottles and the like.
  • Article - 17 Dec 2012
    Aircraft manufacturers have been benefiting from thermoplastic composites in the form of a tough, durable structural material for more than 15 years.
  • Article - 26 Jul 2018
    Polymers are also called macromolecules, being very large organic molecules composed of an extremely high number of repeating smaller units called monomers.
  • Article - 14 Feb 2001
    Engineering thermoplastics are generally amorphous or semi-crystalline. The differences between these two types of materials are explained.