|Author||: George Wypych|
|Publisher||: ChemTec Publishing|
|Release Date||: 2005-01-01|
|ISBN 10||: 1895198313|
|Pages||: 327 pages|
The Handbook of Antiblocking, Release, and Slip Additives is the first ever book written on this subject. These chemicals are of high industrial importance because of their widespread applications in industrial and consumer products. It is very important source of information for professionals in industry, research, academia, and government. Eighteen chemical families form the core of a large number of commercial products used by industry as antiblocking, release, and slip additives. These additives are used in the production of materials from 44 generic families of polymers. Polymers containing antiblocking, release, and slip additives are processed by 17 groups of processing methods. The processing methods are used by at least 25 industries. A complete, up-to-date analysis of the literature and patents available on these additives is included in the book. The book considers all essential aspects of chemistry, physical properties, influence on properties of final products, formulations, methods of incorporation, analysis, and effects on health and environment.
|Author||: Anna Wypych|
|Publisher||: ChemTec Publishing|
|Release Date||: 2005-01-15|
|ISBN 10||: 1895198321|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
The Database of Antiblocking, Release, and Slip Additives was developed as a companion to the Handbook of Antiblocking, Release, and Slip Additives, and contains the data required in the application of these critical additives. The additives are divided into two categories: generic chemical name compounds; and commercial additives, which are either mixtures of several components, industrial grades of a particular compound, polymeric materials, or products having unknown, complex composition. The large number of records and available data fields make this the most comprehensive database on the subject ever available. The database is divided into five sections: General Information; Physical Properties; Health & Safety; Ecological Properties; and Use & Performance. There are 145 data fields which accommodate a variety of data available in source publications. The description of general sections in the Table of Contents gives more detail on the composition of the information. The displayed information contains additive name and its chemical structure (if generic compound). The data can be viewed on screen and printed in predefined format.
Covers available fillers and their properties, their effect on filled materials such as mechanical properties, rheology, morphology, flammability, and recycling, and their use in practical applications
|Author||: Mark A. Spalding,Ananda Chatterjee|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2017-10-26|
|ISBN 10||: 1119159776|
|Pages||: 1410 pages|
This handbook provides an exhaustive description of polyethylene. The 50+ chapters are written by some of the most experienced and prominent authors in the field, providing a truly unique view of polyethylene. The book starts with a historical discussion on how low density polyethylene was discovered and how it provided unique opportunities in the early days. New catalysts are presented and show how they created an expansion in available products including linear low density polyethylene, high density polyethylene, copolymers, and polyethylene produced from metallocene catalysts. With these different catalysts systems a wide range of structures are possible with an equally wide range of physical properties. Numerous types of additives are presented that include additives for the protection of the resin from the environment and processing, fillers, processing aids, anti-fogging agents, pigments, and flame retardants. Common processing methods including extrusion, blown film, cast film, injection molding, and thermoforming are presented along with some of the more specialized processing techniques such as rotational molding, fiber processing, pipe extrusion, reactive extrusion, wire and cable, and foaming processes. The business of polyethylene including markets, world capacity, and future prospects are detailed. This handbook provides the most current and complete technology assessments and business practices for polyethylene resins.
|Author||: Anna Wypych|
|Release Date||: 2021-01-26|
|ISBN 10||: 1927885744|
|Pages||: 472 pages|
Databook of Antiblocking, Release, and Slip Additives, Second Edition contains detailed information on over 300 important additives for polymers, including additives that are used to minimize adhesion, aid separation, and enhance processing and end-applications for polymers. Each additive is presented with data in the following categories: General Information, Physical Properties, Health and Safety, Ecological Properties, and Use and Performance. Data fields covered include state, odor, color, autoignition temperature, probability of biodegradation, and much more. Recommendations are given for specific products, processing methods, and mold materials, and an assessment is given for each additive’s features and benefits. Contains the most extensive data available on a large number of antiblocking, release and slip additives for polymers Features 130 data fields for each additive that are divided into General Information, Physical Properties, Health and Safety, Ecological Properties, and Use and Performance Includes an assessment of the benefits and properties of each additive, recommended dosages and processing methods
Presents the basic principles of the four compoundable plastic families, and concentrates on the additives and modifiers needed to make high-volume thermoplastics perform in various applications over a wide range of processes, products, temperature ranges and environmental conditions.
Plastics without additives are not viable. Additives are essential to make plastics processable and to assure their end-use properties. The demands on additives have continued to evolve, not only because of changes in processing conditions and production techniques but also because plastics are being used in more demanding applications. This revised and updated edition, described earlier by one reviewer as the "bible" for anyone involved in the chemistry and technology of plastics additives, again provides an excellent overview of the complex science and technology of plastics additives and their industry. It offers guidance for all professionals involved in the development of new thermoplastic resin grades and novel end-use applications.
|Author||: Michael Bolgar,Jack Hubball,Joseph Groeger,Susan Meronek|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 2015-09-25|
|ISBN 10||: 1439860750|
|Pages||: 638 pages|
Polymers have undoubtedly changed the world through many products that improve our lives. However, additives used to modify the overall characteristics of these materials may not be fully disclosed or understood. These additives may present possible environmental and health hazards. It is important to monitor consumer products for these compounds using high-quality reference materials and dependable analytical techniques. The Handbook for the Chemical Analysis of Plastic and Polymer Additives, Second Edition provides the necessary tools for chemists to obtain a more complete listing of additives present in a particular polymeric matrix. It is designed to serve as a valuable source for those monitoring a polymer/plastic material for regulatory or internal compliance. It also helps analysts to correctly identify the complex nature of the materials that have been added to the polymer/plastic. With 50 additional compounds, this second edition nearly doubles the number of additives in several categories, including processing aids, antistatic compounds, mould release products, and blowing agents. It includes a listing that can be cross-referenced by trade name, chemical name, CAS number, and even key mass unit ions from the GC/MS run. Addressing additives from an analytical viewpoint, this comprehensive handbook helps readers identify the additives in plastics. This information can be used to assess compliance with regulations issued by the FDA, US EPA, EU, and other agencies.
State-of-the-art guide to plastic product design, manufacture and application. Edited by Charles A. Harper and sponsored by Modern Plastics, the industry's most prestigious trade magazine, Modern Plastics Handbook packs a wealth of up-to-date knowledge about plastics processes, forms and formulations, design, equipment, testing and recycling. This A-to-Z guide keeps you on top of: *Properties and performance of thermoplastics, polymer blends...thermosets, reinforced plastics and composites...natural and synthetic elastomers *Processes from extrusion, injection and blow molding to thermoforming, foam processing, hand lay-up and filament winding, and many, many more *Fabricating...post-production finishing and bonding...coatings and finishes, subjects difficult to find treated elsewhere in print *More!
More than 4,100 trade name products representing the chemical industry's response to environmental concerns and government regulations. This handbook is designed to serve as an essential tool in the decision-making process of chemical and material selection. Industries covered: Adhesives, refrigerants, water treatment, plastics, rubber, surfactants, paints and coatings, food, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, petroleum processing, metal treatment, textiles. The chemicals and materials included are used in every aspect of the chemical industry. The reference is organized so that the reader can access the information based on the trade name, chemical components, functions and application areas, 'green' attributes, manufacturer, CAS number, and EINECS/ELINCS number. The book is divided into five parts and includes three important appendixes: Part I - Trade Name Reference. Part II - Generic Products, Trade Name Cross-Reference. Part III - Green Attribute Cross-Reference: groups the trade name chemicals by one or more of 15 green chemical attributes: biodegradable, environmentally safe environmentally friendly, halogen free, HAP's-free, low global warming, low ozone-depletin nonozone depletin