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Enhancing the properties of virgin and recycled polypropylene (PP) resins in injection molding

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Tuesday Jun 2, 2020

In this webinar, we will highlight how our newest DeltaMax™ family of Performance Modifiers address polypropylene’s shortcomings in injection molded applications, which often involve a trade-off between melt flow, impact and stiffness properties.

Processors using DeltaMax™ masterbatches are able to utilize PP in a wider range of applications and in more cost-effective ways. Running high-melt-flow resins allows converters to be more productive and to create more innovative part designs with easier flow through molds. DeltaMax™ technology reduces scrap rates and lowers energy usage in the molding process, leading to lower carbon footprint and rapid achievement of sustainability goals. Other benefits include a reduced need to use impact modifiers or to purchase multiple ICP resins.

Broadening the application window for recycled polypropylene (rPP) contributes to advancing the circular economy. rPP typically has a low melt flow that make it unsuitable for many injection molded applications. DeltaMax™ technology is also effective in modifying post-consumer and post-industrial recycled resins. Raising melt flow by as much as five times while maintaining impact properties enables compounders and converters to incorporate up to 100 percent recycled PP without sacrificing performance or processing.

Tugce Asici-van Houselt Presented By:
Tugce Asici van Houselt

Length: 60 min

Jun 2, 2020
10:00 a.m. (New York City)
4:00 p.m. (Paris)
7:30 p.m. (New Delhi)

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Why should you attend?

In this webinar, your will learn:
  • How to avoid having to make a trade-off between melt flow, impact and stiffness properties of Impact Copolymers
  • How to save energy and reduce cycle time when injection molding virgin and recycled polypropylene
  • How customers have already benefited from Milliken’s DeltaMax™ technology

Who should attend?

  • Converters
  • Brand Owners
  • Recyclers
  • Compounders
  • Sustainability Personnel
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Tugce Asici van Houselt Sr. New Business Development Manager, Plastic Additives - Milliken Chemical Europe

Tugce Asici-van Houselt Tugce Asici-van Houselt joined Milliken Chemical as the Sr. New Business Development Manager where she is responsible for EMEA regional strategy and growth projects for the Plastics Additives business. She is an expert when it comes to our DeltaMax™ family of Performance Modifiers and has been working to help converters, brand owners and compounders across the region maximize the performance of polypropylene in their injection molded applications - including the use of 100 percent recycled polypropylene.

Before joining Milliken, Tugce held several regional and global marketing roles at Kraton Polymers (previously Arizona Chemical) focusing on coatings, flexible packaging and pressure sensitive adhesives. She holds a M.Sc. in International Business from the University of Maastricht, NL.

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