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  • Article - 27 May 2003
    Chemical, electrical, mechanical, physical and thermal properties are provided for 30% glass fibre reinforced polybutylene terephthalate. Applications for glass fibre reinforced PBT are also listed.
  • Article - 23 Apr 2001
    Short glass fibre reinforcement leads to low mould shrinkage compared to other alkyd grades. Relative advantages and disadvantages listed together with a summary property table.
  • Article - 26 Oct 2001
    Vinyl has been used in electrical applications for over 50 years. Factors contributing to its popularity include fire performance, economical choice, durability and versatilty. Applications range from...
  • Article - 14 Sep 2001
    Cold spraying is a coating technology similar to thermal spraying, but carried out at ambient temperatures. It has the advantage that coatings do not need to cool from elevated temperatures and hence...
  • Article - 19 Mar 2003
    A concise report on the state of play of the gold market relating to industrial applications. Current and future devlopments for the elcteronics biomaterials/dental, pharamaceuticals and catalyst...
  • Article - 26 Oct 2001
    Vinyl has many uses in cars and is used for several reasons. Some include cost advantages, environmental reasons and recyclability. Some applications include body mouldings, under bonnet wiring,...
  • Article - 26 Oct 2001
    Despite its wide acceptance, vinyl is a somewhat misunderstood material. Some of the misconceptions associated with vinyl are dealt with.
  • Article - 26 Oct 2001
    Some interesting facts on vinyl such as where it is used, where it comes from, production efficiency, incineration and emissions, recycling, additives, dioxin production, fire performance and...
  • Article - 26 Oct 2001
    The simple answer to the question "is vinyl safe?" is yes. It even has medical applications. Scientists have also failed to find a link between vinyl chloride and human illnesses such as liver cancer.
  • Article - 26 Oct 2001
    Dioxins are a family of chemicals often formed by the combustion of chlorine containing materials. Although global dioxin levels have declined since the 70's, PVC production has increased.