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  • News - 29 Apr 2009
    iSmithers Rapra Publishing has announced the release of Update on Medical Plasticised PVC. Poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) is the most versatile of all the commodity polymers. It can satisfy a wide...
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    This book considers the history of plasticised PVC in medical applications and the manufacturing and processing of plasticised PVC together with its properties are reviewed. The selection of...
  • News - 31 Mar 2008
    After being in the market for 60 years, PVC is a well proven thermoplastic. Don't let its long history of successful use be a disincentive, however, because PVC's well balanced physical...
  • News - 9 Feb 2010
    A series of advanced medical-grade elastomers provide the first fully practical alternative to PVC for many tubing applications, it was announced today by Teknor Apex Company at MD&M West (Booth...
  • Article - 4 Feb 2002
    Plasticizers are unique types of additives. Without plasticizers, a majority of the injection molding compounds would have been completely unfit.
  • News - 10 Feb 2009
    Teknor Apex Company has separated production of medical-grade PVC compounds containing DEHP and other phthalate plasticizers from that of compounds plasticized with non-phthalate alternatives, the...
  • News - 11 Jul 2012
    Arkema, a France-based chemical manufacturer, has declared a project to divest its tin stabilizer business to PMC Group, a New Jersey-based performance plastics and chemicals manufacturer. This...
  • Article - 22 Mar 2018
    Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) is a useful technique to address each of the requirements above, as this tool technique possesses various powerful techniques to study the thermal properties of...
  • Article - 9 May 2001
    Improved low temperature flexibility compared to LDPE, while films have improved clarity compared to LDPE. Relative advantages, disadvantages and applications are listed for this thermoplastic.
  • Article - 12 Mar 2018
    A common technique used to characterize the mechanical properties of bulk polymer specimens is known as DMA or Dynamic Mechanical Analysis.