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Small vibratory feeders. A 16-page brochure showcases the company's full line of small vibratory feeders for precision feeding of bulk materials for a variety of material feeding applications. Full descriptions accompany photographs of each feeder, detailing which feeders work best in a variety of industry applications. Drives are also described. (Eriez Magnetics)

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Engineering resins. A 12-page brochure provides an overview of the company's engineering polymers, with a look at how these resins compare to competitive materials. This brochure describes how engineering resins can offer high-performance alternatives to metals, traditionally used in many industries. Performance criteria are reviewed, including physical properties, processing and appearance. (BP Amoco Polymers)

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Melt-processible rubber. An interactive CD-ROM helps manufacturers and part fabricators understand Alcryn MPR's advantages and application benefits spanning the automotive, tools and appliances, architectural, lawn and garden, and wire and cable industries. A tutorial on the Alcryn MPR product line is included, along with a selection guide, processing tips, etc. (Advanced Polymer Alloys)

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Vane pumps. A four-page, full color brochure, "Superior vane technology for plastic molding applications," describes how the company's T6 and T7 Series high performance vane pumps are designed to meet the demanding requirements of molding applications. Through narrative, lists, graphs and a large cutaway of the T6CC double vane pump, the company explains how using its vane products results in increased product output and operating performance. Examples of typical applications are presented. (Denison Hydraulics)

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SBR price list. The two-page Copo/ Carbomix SBR price list provides pricing information on many grades of the company's Copo and Carbomix SBR products from locations in Baton Rouge, LA; Akron, OH; and Trenton, NJ. Standard packaging is described. (DSM Copolymer)

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Synthetic rubber. Levapren is the company's tradename for a group of ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymers with outstanding elastomer characteristics, according to a six-page, four-color, fold-out brochure. Levapren is said to have proven itself in the production of halogen-free cable sheathing and combustion-modified insulation. Another key application is as a base medium for wear-resistant, low-flammability rubber floor coverings in heavily frequented areas. (Bayer)

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Performance additives. An eight-page, four-color brochure describes the company's quality additives for performance. These additives are said to make rubber and plastic more processable, leading to more efficient manufacturing operations and stronger, more durable products, according to the literature. (Struktol Company of America)

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Laboratory extruder. The PolyDrive laboratory extruder is based on the company's PolyLab System technology, but is specially developed to provide solutions for extrusion applications, according to a six-page, fourcolor, fold-out brochure. Combined with specific accessories, such as the extruder barrel, screws, dies, post-extrusion units and feeding units, the PolyDrive extruder is said to provide the optimum answer for applications concerning the extrusion of polymers, rubber and other materials. (Haake)

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Cryogenic deflashing/deburring. The SB-10 table top (electric) cryogenic deflashing and deburring system is featured in a two-page bulletin. Applications include complex rubber medical parts, micro electronic parts, precision elastomeric parts, R&D part runs and miniature aerospace parts, according to the literature. (C.D.S.)

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Mold releases/adhesive systems. Frekote mold release coatings and Hysol adhesive systems are featured in a 12-page, four-color brochure. Frekote semi-permanent release coatings are said to be the industry standard replacement for sacrificial release agents, according to the literature. Unlike sacrificial silicones and waxes, the company's semi-permanents do not transfer to parts. Instead, they chemically bond to mold surfaces. Parts are said to release cleanly because they cannot stick to these low surface energy films. Hysol methacrylate adhesives are said to enable manufacturers to expand their design options, boost productivity and improve product performance, according to the literature. These products are rubber-toughened, structural adhesives that cure rapidly at room temperature and are said to be formulated for the most demanding bonding applications. They are designed to replace mechanical fasteners with minimal surface preparation. (Dexter)

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Dry polymer makeup system. A six-page, four-color brochure describes the D Series dry polymer makeup system. The D Series is designed to provide superior polymer mixing and shorter mixing times, according to the literature. As a result of the system's improved activation, it is said to have proven to reduce the amount of polymer used. The brochure provides a complete description of the product and includes information on accessories, specifications and a product selection guide. D Series makeup systems are pre-engineered, skid mounted packages, said to allow ease of installation and fast startup. The compact modular design is said to make the units ideal for applications where space is limited. User-friendly touch pad controls are said to simplify operation, reduce operator training time, assure accurate solution concentrations and allow fine tuning of the system operation to meet specific requirements. The heart of the D Series polymer makeup system is the patented Aqua Shear mixing device that utilizes high energy dispersion coupled with low pressure mixing. (Flow Process Technologies)

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Proprietary processing. This developer of twin-screw extrusion processing systems for the rubber and plastics industries has released a series of six proprietary processing product specification sheets. The full-color series outlines six specific processing applications and includes devolatilization, reactive extrusion, synthetic rubber finishing, latex coagulation elastomers, latex coagulation thermoplastics and plastics recycling. Each technical bulletin details the process application, key features of the company's system, process schematic, system photograph and a machine capabilities chart. Designed specifically for process engineering personnel, each bulletin is said to offer the needed information to determine the most beneficial system for a user's specific application. (NFM WeMing Engineers)

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High performance media. MultiCut plastic media, said to be environmentally safe, technologically advanced plastic media for stripping and coating removal, are featured in a six-page, four-color, fold-out brochure. MultiCut plastic media are said to be easy to use. For dry media blasting operations (either pressure or suction blasting), the equipment required is similar to that of traditional sand and other hard abrasive operations, including portables, rooms, cabinets and automated systems. The main feature of plastic media blasting is that the pressure at the nozzle should be set at approximately 25-35 psi for most applications, according to the literature. (Defiashing Media)

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Rubber extruders. Cold feed pin barrel FPX rubber extruders are featured in a six-page, four-color, foldout brochure. Featured specifications are provided for feed hoppers, pin barrel sections, forward cylinder/head adapter, feedscrew, gear reducers and bedplate. The company's pin barrel extruder is said to feature short, modular barrel sections which permit interchangeability of barrels, a staggered flight feedscrew and a powered roller feed section which hinges outward to permit easy maintenance and cleaning. (Farrel)

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Silicone selection guide. The company's silicone selection guide for unrestricted healthcare materials provides specifications for adhesives, high consistency elastomers, low consistency elastomers, LSR elastomers, gels, dispersions, primers and fluids. This company specializes in the development and manufacture of silicone materials and offers direct replacements for products unavailable or discontinued by other companies. (NuSil Silicone Technology)

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Surfactants. Huntsman specialty surfactants and intermediates are described in a 44-page, four-color booklet. Information is provided on nonionic surfactants, cationic and amphoteric surfactants, anionic surfactants, specialty surfactants and blends, surfactant intermediates, formulation additives and technical support services. (Loos & Dilworth)

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Thermoplastic polyesters. Arnite thermoplastic polyesters are a focused line of engineering materials based on polybutylene terephthalate and polyethylene terephthalate, according to a 28-page brochure. Polyester resins are said to combine excellent mechanical, electrical and thermal properties with very good chemical resistance and dimensional stability. The Arnite PBT product line includes unfilled and glass fiber reinforced grades, as well as hybrid mineral and glass reinforced grades designed to minimize warpage. Most grades are available with flame retardant additives. (DSM Engineering Plastics)

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Rubber injection. This company's general product range is presented in a 24-page, four-color brochure, including injection units, closing units, vertical, horizontal and c-frame presses, and software. (REP)

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