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August 23, 2008

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Powder-coat paintable grades

DMP_GE_Peugeot.gifLooking for a material that can withstand the high heat of the powder coating process? GE Plastics now offers three new grades of conductive Noryl GTX (nylon/PPE filled with carbon black) specifically for this need. Dubbed 973, 976, and 979, the resins have been validated by Sherwin-Williams as powder-coat capable, allowing manufacturers to run plastic and metal parts on the same line.Results of the validation program showed excellent performance levels in adhesion, impact, and chemical resistance. According to GE, the potential for productivity improvements using the new grades includes elimination of the paint primer, excellent color matches between metal and plastics, and an overall system cost savings.

GE Plastics
Pittsfield, MA
(413) 448-5800

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