Canadian Plastics

Resins: Transparent resin good for special effects

GE Plastics has developed a family of alloy resins that allow maximum use of transparent or opaque special effects while maintaining excellent ductility and chemical resistance. Xylex resin's high che...

October 1, 2001   Canadian Plastics



GE Plastics has developed a family of alloy resins that allow maximum use of transparent or opaque special effects while maintaining excellent ductility and chemical resistance. Xylex resin’s high chemcial resistance helps to reduce cracking and crazing. High melt flow opens the door for advanced processing techniques for thinner walls and in-mold decorating. Excellent UV resistance and good heat and cold resistance provide superior weatherability.

The portfolio currently includes five grades targeted for mobile phone covers, consumer electronics, eyewear and housewares.

GE Polymerland 800-PLASTICS

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