The World’s First Polyethersulfone Particle Foam Developed by BASF

The World’s First Polyethersulfone Particle Foam Developed by BASF

BASF has developed the world’s first particle foam based on polyethersulfone; Prototypes with unique combination of properties: lightweight, stiff and strong, highly temperature resistant, intrinsically flame retardant; Suitable for complex-shaped components in cars, airplanes and trains After two years of intensive research,

Iranian Polymer Market Under Influence of the New IMT Decisions

Iranian Polymer Market Under Influence of the New IMT Decisions

{This analysis is only open to paid members} Today, Sunday, Sept. 16th 2018, at the same time as the Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade announced that: The maximum competitive ceiling of petrochemical products should be lifted, the PDID Office of NPC announced the new prices of polymers and related chemical materials for trading at “IME”.

Laser and Electronics for Safer Welding of Plastics Components

Laser and Electronics for Safer Welding of Plastics Components

Clean, fast, flexible, clean-room compatible and reliable: for the first time, LPKF Laser & Electronics is presenting laser systems for plastic welding at MT-Connect. These systems allow safe, hygienic and hermetically sealed connections between plastic components – without (chemical) additives or particles and with low mechanical component stress.

Production of Polymers Can’t be a  Privilege for Iranian Converters

Production of Polymers Can’t be a Privilege for Iranian Converters

{This article, price indexes and analysis are only open to the paid subscribers {pro-members} and those who are interested should register and pay for whatever that they wish to read in a complete format): The facts behind the figures show that the production of polymers in Iran can’t be considered as a privilege for the Iranian converters. The semi private Iranian petrochemicals that showed to be the private units in order to bypass the sanctions are now selling their products only on the basis of their own benefits and not on the basis of the Iranian converters’ need of being competitive with the neighbouring countries.