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Articles from British Plastics & Rubber (April 1, 2009)

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... and greener tyres. 156
10 More reasons to buy robots, so why isn't Britain buying? Stirling Paatz of automation integrator Barr & Paatz outlines some compelling reasons to adopt robots in manufacturing--but reasons which don't seem to be compelling manufacturers in Britain. Paatz, Stirling 1194
Another buy for Eurocell as it adds Recovinyl-certified recycler. 193
Arkema names UK carbon nanotube distributor. 348
Bayer sells its testing lab. 131
Bespoke automation backed up by flexible finance. 229
Big energy-saving Chinese machine now on sale in Europe. 284
Biopolymer producers back environmental claims with life cycle studies. 649
BPF aims to bring understanding on bio- and degradable plastics issues. 151
Brian Stinton bows out as PMMDA president. 103
Bumper to bumper recycling. 451
Buyer's guide. Directory 2514
Cam software interfaces with machining simulation. 114
Carbon nanotube acetal goes into commercial production. 236
CeDo analyses mixed plastics flexible waste. 393
Conferences & exhibitions. Calendar 926
Crates and pallets exception to heavy metal recycling rules is renewed. 182
Designer chair uses speciality nylon and gas injection. 340
Energy monitor gives real time data on consumption. 170
Export potential grows in the Middle East. Grace, Ken 546
Fast-cycling Ferromatik series is extended again. 488
Film extruders invest for expansion. 321
Flowing hot and cold brings product improvement. 3571
For hopeful Hamiltons or budding buttons. 114
French LDPE plant to close. 116
Green Footprint aims to reduce carbon footprint. 194
Green light for the next stage of Borouge's PE and PP expansion. 196
High production capacity doesn't have to cost the earth. 307
Impact oversees Saudi polyolefins testing complex. 123
Improving the performance of PLA. 167
Innovation award for Greenstar WES. 448
Innovations in sequential gate control. 323
Investment in low pressure moulding foams. 193
Japanese producers quit Polystyrene. 202
Keep the noise down. 196
Laminate manufacturer invests for future expansion. 141
Latest VISI version focuses on integration of flow simulation. 231
Lead dropped in cure of fluoroelastomer seals. 251
Lead-free compounds for PVC building products. 127
LyondellBasell steps up cost reduction with 5,000 jobs. 109
Make money by managing cost. 295
Medical approval boosts potential for laser prototypes. 154
Medical LDPE series reintroduced 'by popular demand'. 166
More aids for mould movements. 305
More flexibility in testing management. 184
More potential from roto moulding. 110
Natural oil polyol process developed by Bayer. 427
New plastics magazine for the Middle East. 174
One purge fits all. 171
PP catches up with ABS gloss. 146
PP is soft but very transparent. 114
PP/Starch compound can now be injection moulded. 136
Process dashboard helps keep machines in their comfort zone. 169
Reclaimed pet makes polyester polyols ... 252
Recycler now sells machinery and can buy back reclaimed scrap. 243
Recycling machinery recycled. 165
Recycling rubber--you know it makes sense. 1568
SABIC strengthens its position in automotive LGFPP. 164
Separation success means biomaterials don't contaminate recycling streams, says NatureWorks. 516
Side gating nozzle reaches where other nozzles can't. 382
Single wire system gets more sensors in multi-cavity moulds for small parts. 200
Soft touch layer is controlled by tooling geometry. 209
Software directory. Directory 314
Solutia names a buyer for its nylon business. 196
Space saving shredder reclaims bulky scrap where it is produced. 291
Super-jumbo cuts tanks down to size. 377
Swansea University starts up hot cavity research project. 322
Switch to plastics slashes headwall installation time. 114
Tyre reclaim pyrolysis plant 'the first in Europe'. 137
UK first for big, handled, pet bottles. 543
Updates improve flexibility and installation cost of Desma rubber machines. 218
Upgrades across the board at Delcam. 415
Water soluble PVOH now available for injection moulding. 268
When moulding precision could be life or death. 236
Wittmann making strides with Battenfeld synergies. 638

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