- Specialty additives
- Antistatic agents
- Flame retardants
- Light stabilisers
- Metal deactivators
- Nucleating & clarifying agents
- Complementary offers
- Additive formulations
- Additive blends
- Additive masterbatches
- Blowing agents
- Building, construction & furniture
- Electric & electronic
- Fibers and Tapes
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.
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