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Soft PA 610 targets tubing, pipe applications; an alternative to PA 12

Since BASF introduced the first glass fiber-reinforced PA610 injection molding grades of Ultramid S Balance at the K 2010 Plastics Trade Show, the material has found use in numerous applications because of its stress cracking resistance. Because of the current demand in the market and on the basis of its years of experience in extrusion, BASF has now decided to expand its PA 610 line of products to include extrusion grades. Read more here in a white paper authored by Dr. Matthias Scheibitz, Product Development Automotive, Engineering Plastics Europe, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany.

July 30, 2013

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Soft PA 610 targets tubing, pipe applications; an alternative to PA 12

Since BASF introduced the first glass fiber-reinforced PA610 injection molding grades of Ultramid S Balance at the K 2010 Plastics Trade Show, the material has found use in numerous applications because of its stress cracking resistance. Because of the current demand in the market and on the basis of its years of experience in extrusion, BASF has now decided to expand its PA 610 line of products to include extrusion grades. Read more here in a white paper authored by Dr. Matthias Scheibitz, Product Development Automotive, Engineering Plastics Europe, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany.

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