The Universal Selection Source: Polymer Additives

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6 products match your search
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Shine Polymer Technology
Styrene copolymer encapsulated PTFE granular. Has very good dispersability and easy handling features. Especially applicable to PC, PS, ABS, PBT, PPO and their alloys needs anti-dripping property... view more
Applications
  • PS (Polystyrene)
  • Other Thermoplastic>PPE
  • Other Thermoplastic>Fluoropolymers
  • ABS
  • ...
Shine Polymer Technology
SAN encapsulated PTFE granular. Compared with virgin PTFE, the melt strength and flexural modulus will be increased as well. Has very good dispersability and easy handling features. Is not easy to... view more
Applications
  • PS (Polystyrene)
  • Other Thermoplastic>PPE
  • Other Thermoplastic>Fluoropolymers
  • ABS
  • ...
Shine Polymer Technology
Acrylic copolymer encapsulated PTFE granular. Has very good dispersability and easy handling features. Especially applicable to PC, PS, ABS, PBT, PPO and their alloys needs anti-dripping property... view more
Applications
  • ABS
  • PBT
  • PC
  • PS (Polystyrene)
  • ...
Shine Polymer Technology
ST-AN encapsulated PTFE granular. Compared with virgin PTFE, the melt strength and flexural modulus will be increased as well. Has very good dispersability and easy handling features. Is not easy to... view more
Applications
  • ABS
  • PBT
  • PC
  • PS (Polystyrene)
  • ...
Shine Polymer Technology
Acrylate copolymer based on GMA. Improves the physical property by link the end-group of molecular or broken chain during processing, which can improve viscosity, recover material strength... view more
Applications
  • PC
  • Other Thermoplastic>Other Polyester
  • PA, Nylon
  • PBT
  • ...
Shine Polymer Technology
Acrylic copolymer encapsulated PTFE granular. Compared with virgin PTFE, the melt strength and flexural modulus will be increased as well. Has very good dispersability and easy handling features. Is... view more
Applications
  • ABS
  • PBT
  • PC
  • PS (Polystyrene)
  • ...
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