Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) - news on Plastech
Teknor Apex Company has optimized a series of flexible PVC compounds used successfully in the U.S. for automotive drain tubing.
Dr. Michael Träger resigned as managing director of Vestolit.
At MD&M West Teknor Apex will feature Apex Flexible PVC Compounds with non-DEHP Plasticizers, a Medalist TPE for Solvent Bonding, and a Rigid PVC for Connectors.
For Apex RE-9218 outdoor extrusion-grade PVC, Teknor Apex provides custom colors, process development support, and outdoor testing.
The EU Commission should not authorise the recycling of plastics that contain the banned softener diethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP), MEPs say.
Inovyn has announced that its PVC production facility at Schkopau site, Germany, will not restart.
Good results were reported during a meeting of the Placard project held at EuPC premises on 8 and 9 July.
Solvay and Ineos announce the start-up of their Joint Venture Inovyn, a world-class competitive player in chlorovinyls.
Perstorp inaugurates major new Oxo plant in Sweden to strengthen position in PVC plasticizers and chemical intermediates.
Recent developments in colour concentrate technology enable processors to add colour in-house.
To demonstrate how plastics saves lives SPI and its affiliate, the Flexible Vinyl Alliance, will feature a special booth at NPE2015.
Grupa Azoty ZAK SA introduces a new product brand - Oxoviflex, a non-phthalate general purpose plasticizer.