OK
The material selection platform
Polymer Additives
by SpecialChem
 
Save
Cette page a bien été ajoutée à vos favoris
21 products match your search
Product Name
Supplier
Description
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
NYAD® 400 by NYCO is Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring and non-hazardous mineral of premium quality. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring-, non-hazardous- and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring- and non-hazardous mineral of premium quality. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring and non-hazardous mineral of premium quality. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
High strength wallostonite. Acts as a reinforcing filler. It is non-toxic and recyclable. It is a premier reinforcement for weight reduction. It exhibits superior scratch resistance and surface... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no toxicological evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers based on toxicological studies... view more
Wollastonite. Provides cost reduction in raw materials and reduction in glass read out as well. Exhibits comparable properties to chopped glass. Possesses excellent thermal and dimensional... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers based on toxicological studies... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers based on toxicological studies... view more
Blend of wollastonite. It is odorless, non-toxic, safe and recyclable. Exhibits improved physical property performance, improved weld-line strength, superior scratch resistance and surface... view more
Wollastonite. It is a cost-effective mineral reinforcement with unique physical and chemical characteristics to improve composite durability, performance and processing in a variety of plastic... view more
Wollastonite. It is a cost-effective mineral reinforcement with unique physical and chemical characteristics to improve composite durability, performance and processing in a variety of plastic... view more
Wollastonite. It is a cost-effective mineral reinforcement with unique physical and chemical characteristics to improve composite durability, performance and processing in a variety of plastic... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers based upon toxicological studies... view more
Wollastonite. It is a naturally occurring, non-hazardous and premium quality mineral. Exhibits no evidence of any significant health risks to workers... view more
Raven Carbon Black by Birla Carbon
Channel Alerts

Receive weekly digests on hot topics

Back to Top