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This colorants and additives producer has introduced nGrain, a product that promises true-to-life wood grain effects without having to resort to embossing or the use of laminated film that can result in mismatching, flying splices, excess scrap, and critical surface preparation. The wood grain effect in a single process is said to be built into the formulation and can be used to enhance building products needing a natural-look such as siding, fence posts, cladding, profiles, or decking. nGrain can be used in mono- or co-extrusion as well as in foamed products.

December 11, 2008

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Realize true wood grain effects without drawbacks

This colorants and additives producer has introduced nGrain, a product that promises true-to-life wood grain effects without having to resort to embossing or the use of laminated film that can result in mismatching, flying splices, excess scrap, and critical surface preparation. The wood grain effect in a single process is said to be built into the formulation and can be used to enhance building products needing a natural-look such as siding, fence posts, cladding, profiles, or decking. nGrain can be used in mono- or co-extrusion as well as in foamed products. It is compatible with ABS, ASA, acrylic, polyolefins, polystyrene, and vinyl. It can also be used with wood/plastics composites based on polyethylene, polypropylene, or PVC. For more information, contact Americhem (Cuyahoga Falls, OH) at T: +1-330-929-4213; www.americhem.com.

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