PURGING: Turning up the heat on super-engineering resinsby Canadian Plastics
Expensive, high-temperature resins are almost the norm these days for some molders. But what shouldn’t be the
norm is using standard commercial purging compounds to try to remove them from your processing machines. Here’s the right way to purge super-engineering resins.
iD Additives announces discount prices on purging compoundsby Canadian Plastics
The purging compound supplier is taking 10 per cent off the prices of its iD Purge purging compounds and Eco-Pro 360 rust removal products.
New purging compound uses glass fibres to boost cleaning powerby Canadian Plastics
RapidPurge’s new RPM6000 material uses glass fibres, surfactants, and a proprietary compound to remove thermoplastic resin and contaminants from the screw and barrel of injection molding machines and extruders.
Purging compound supplier iD Additives names new technical managerby Canadian Plastics
The La Grange, Ill.-based firm has appointed industry veteran Dave Denzel to the position.
Aquapurge purging compound now available in free-flowing powder versionby Canadian Plastics
The material provides fast colour and material changes and is well-suited for removing tough carbon deposits.
Purging compound supplier Asaclean-Sun Plastech offers free online support during COVID-19by Canadian Plastics
Responding to coronavirus market challenges, the company is offering free technical and product support for essential businesses and other plastics processors.