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    Founded in 1881, Perstorp is a world leader in several sectors of the specialty chemicals market for a wide variety of industries and applications. The company’s products are added to a wide...
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    Tinius Olsen is the leading specialist manufacturer and supplier of static tension and/or compression materials testing machines. Tinius Olsen machines are designed for use in Research and Quality...
  • Article - 16 Sep 2001
    The properties of polyamideimide are approaching those of Polyimide, yet it is melt processable and has the highest strength of any unreinforced thermoplastic.
  • Article - 16 Sep 2001
    Exhibits significantly improved flexural modulus, improved mould shrinkage, tensile strength and oxygen index compared with unmodified PAI. Relative advantages, disadvantages and applications are...
  • Article - 16 Sep 2001
    Relative advantages, disadvantages and applications are listed together with a table of typical properties.
  • Article - 24 Apr 2001
    Matrix and fibre materials are described, as are prepreg forming processes, post impregnation processes and fabrication processes such as tube and rod formation, hydroforming, diaphragm and stretch...
  • Article - 24 May 2001
    Various thermoplastics such as acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, fluoropolymers, polyamides, polyarylates, polycarbonate, polysulphones, thermoplastic polyesters and polyimides, polyoxymethylene,...
  • Article - 13 Mar 2008
    Contained herein is a listi of engineering thermoplastics and whether or not they are FDA approved. The list includes such polymers as nylon, PTFE, PVC, PAI, PVDF, PPS and polycarbonate.
  • Article - 13 Mar 2008
    Wear occurs when two materials under load slide against each other. This wear occurs in such devices as rotating shafts. The wear resistance of a range of engineering theroplastics such as nylon,...
  • Article - 13 Mar 2008
    The following thermal expansions chart compares the "Coefficient of linear thermal expansion" for a range of engineering theroplastics such as nylon, PTFE, PVC, PAI, PVDF, PPS and polycarbonate.