- Specialty additives
- Antistatic agents
- Acid neutralizers
- Flame retardants
- Light stabilisers
- Metal deactivators
- Nucleating & Clarifying agents
- Complementary offers
- Additive formulations
- Additive blends
- Additive masterbatches
- Foaming agents
- Building, construction & furniture
- Electric & electronic
- Fibers and Tapes
Laminar Barrier Technology:
The laminar barrier technology is a combination of a barrier product together with an appropriate production technology.
By processing under well defined conditions in adapted extrusion equipment PA is stretched in thin lamellas in a PE matrix.
In this way an integrated layered structure is originated, where a multitude of overlapping PA platelets guarantee improved permeation results.
The QUORAL BR 50/70 range is based on special grades of PA 6 & PA66.
It provide barrier properties from 10 to 200 times better than HDPE.
Through use of an adapted adhesive, optimal adhesion with PE is guaranteed.
It is a dry blend which is adapted to the container size to be produced in order to reach optimum adhesion between PA and the PE matrix
Our Orgater products are moulding compounds based on Polybutylene terephtalate (PBT) and are supplied in the form of pre-dried granules.
PBT is a polyester-based engineering thermoplastic plastic with excellent electrical properties and chemical resistance. It is used in a large number of applications, including automotive parts, building materials, electrical and electronic devices, connectors and capacitor casing.
Orgater engineering plastics offer:
- - Long term, high temperature stability
- - Ease of processing
- - High rigidity
- - High tensile strengh,
- - Good resistance to creep
- - Excellent dimensionnal stability
- - Good abrasion resistance
- - Low coefficient of friction
- - Remarkable dielectric properties
- - Resistance to ageing
- - Excellent appearance of moulded components
- - Excellent chemical resistance
High and low MFI grades, also available with demoulding agent (D).
Containing glass-fibre which can be used up to 130°C continuously under load, up to 200°C continuously if there is no stress, and up to 220°C for short periods under moderate stress.