Conversion of polymer wastes & energetics by H. H. Krause, Penninger J. M. L.

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Barrel capacity should be less than 6 shots. Melt temperature should be in range 215-220oC. Mold temperature in the range of 50-75oC gives good results. 4 MPa, and screw speed moderate. Screw speed: 100-200 RPM. 4 mm, and gate diameters from 1 to 2 mm. General purpose resins such as polystyrene, SAN, or clear acrylic regrind are adequate for purging. The use of mold release agents is neither required nor recommended. Extrusion Suggested drying conditions are as above. Geolast® is extruded on standard thermoplastic systems that are typically used to produce: tubing, sheeting, profiles, wire insulation, cable jackets, etc.

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Incrementally toughened nylon 66. DSM 1990. Form TN-01. Table 1a: Typical Properties No. b. 9 D648 D648 D570 Table 2: Processing Methods and Difficulties Process Injection molding Extrusion Thermo- or vacuum-forming Dip-, slush- or roto-molding Compression or transfer molding Calendering Reactive processing methods Solid state forming Casting Blow molding Normal P Processing Possible Difficult P P P P P P P P P o o PA-6 or PA-66/elastomer Fiberfil TN 117 Table 1b: Typical Properties No. b. 75 D648 D648 D570 o o Table 3: Blends of the Same Type Minor phase: elastomer Matrix: PA-6 or PA-6,6 No.

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