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Demand is on the rise worldwide in the automotive industry for Tepex-brand continuous-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic semi-finished composites for lightweight construction applications.
The trend of manufacturing engine oil pans from plastic instead of metals such as aluminum is continuing to gain ground. For historical reasons, the plastic of choice to date has almost always been polyamide 6.6.
LEONHARD KURZ Stiftung & Co. KG and Bond-Laminates GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of specialty chemicals company LANXESS, have developed a new material combination and the associated mold technology to produce decorated housing parts with extremely thin walls in a single processing step.
Thermoplastics with good melt flow characteristics facilitate the design of large, thin-walled components of complex geometry. One example is a roller support for a food processor from a premium household appliance manufacturer.
LANXESS’s Rhein Chemie Additives (ADD) business unit is to rename its predispersed cellulose fiber masterbatches, previously known as Santoweb. The new name for this product group will be Rhenogran WP (wood pulp) as of July 1, 2016
The LANXESS Rhein Chemie Additives (ADD) business unit is expanding its large product range of hydrolysis stabilizers for plastics and polyurethanes with the addition of Stabaxol P 110, the first product in a new line of innovative, low-emission polymeric carbodiimides based on alternative raw materials.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS is participating in this year’s “Plastics in E&E Applications” conference with its own stand.
Cologne-based specialty chemicals company LANXESS has significantly expanded storage capacity for its phosphoric acid ester plant at the Leverkusen site, investing around EUR 8 million.
Specialty chemicals company LANXESS, one of the world’s foremost suppliers of water treatment solutions, is exhibiting for the first time at the top tradeshow IFAT in Munich from May 30 to June 3.
Cologne-based specialty chemicals company LANXESS has expanded its capacities for light-colored sulfur carriers at its sites in Mannheim, Germany, and Kallo, near Antwerp, Belgium.