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New PPE grades featured at Fakuma are produced with 100% renewable electricity, while the new Echo brand is engineered with bio-based and recycled technologies.

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September 23, 2023

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Solvay is set to feature its latest innovations in sustainable polymer products in Friedrichshafen, Germany at the Fakuma show on Oct. 17 to 21. One highlight at booth 4213 in hall B4 will be a portfolio of specialty polymer innovations targeting e-mobility

“Solvay will launch two new grades of Ryton polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) Supreme resins, bringing enhanced performance benefits in e-mobility applications,” said Brian Baleno, head of automotive marketing. “These new grades are produced with 100% renewable electricity and complement Solvay’s Amodel polyphthalamide (PPA) Supreme resin launched in 2021."

Nicolas Batailley, marketing manager transportation, and Elisa Piedimonte, customer technical development engineer, will present “The Supreme range: Designed to meet e-mobility challenges and make drivers’ lives easier” on Oct. 17 at 11:40 a.m. at the Fakuma Forum.

In order to address the latest battery application requirements, Solvay is also introducing a new Xencor Xtreme PPA grade for higher safety and reliability in thermal runaway events.

Also at the trade show, Solvay’s diverse range of circular materials will be presented under the new Echo brand attribute. The Echo portfolio is engineered with bio-based and recycled technologies in an all-encompassing integral approach from sourcing to manufacturing. Ysée Genot, marketing manager, transportation, and Ricardo Calumby, marketing manager, consumer goods, will discuss the development at the Fakuma Forum on Oct. 20 at 10:20 a.m. during a presentation titled, “New circular materials with no compromise on performance.”

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