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GENIOPLAST® Pellet 345 by Wacker is a high performance, silicone copolymer for compounding of thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPU). Provides resistance against scratch, abrasion and contamination. It... view more
Applications
  • TPE and TPV>TPU (or TPE-U)
HYDROCEROL® by Clariant is a chemical foaming masterbatch and nucleating agent. Designed for consumer goods and automotive components. It helps cut plastics content in packaging by 10%. It develops... view more
Applications
  • Households products/ Consumer Goods>Toys
  • Furnitures
  • Packaging>Industrial / Agriculture / Consumer goods
  • Appliances
  • ...
CESA® IR NE94025578 by Clariant is a polyethylene terephthalate (PET) grade. It is a highly loaded masterbatch that replaces carbon black to make black packaging detectable during the recycling... view more
Applications
  • Packaging>Industrial / Agriculture / Consumer goods>Films, standard
  • Extrusion
  • Visual aspect & aesthetics>Coloration
  • Polymer Conversion>Dispersion
  • ...
CESA® IR NE94025582 by Clariant is a crystallizable polyethylene terephthalate (C-PET) grade. Suitable for film extrusion in agricultural and other thermal film applications. It is a highly loaded... view more
Applications
  • Packaging>Industrial / Agriculture / Consumer goods>Films, standard
  • Extrusion
  • Visual aspect & aesthetics>Transparency
  • Visual aspect & aesthetics>Coloration
  • ...
CESA® IR PE94000785 by Clariant is a high density polyethylene (HDPE) grade. It is a highly loaded masterbatch that replaces carbon black to make black packaging detectable during the recycling... view more
Applications
  • Packaging>Industrial / Agriculture / Consumer goods>Films, standard
  • Extrusion>Blow molding
  • Visual aspect & aesthetics>Transparency
  • Polymer Conversion>Dispersion
  • ...
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