August 2004
Plastics Technology;Aug2004, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p27
Trade Publication
Provides information on several polymer processing additives from different companies in the U.S. Description of masterbatches developed by Clariant Masterbatches; Functions of FX 9614 X and FX 5922 X fluoropolymer-based processing-aid concentrates offered by Dyneon; Features of lead-free, low-volatile organic compound heat stabilizers for polyvinyl chloride from Ferro Corp.


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