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At K 2016, FANUC’S ROBOSHOT injection molded MOL Group’s TATREN PP resin containing Milliken’s Hyperform®


HPN nucleator


Milliken & Company partnered with FANUC CORPORATION and MOL Group at the K fair in Düsseldorf to showcase the benefits of the MOL Group’s high-impact polypropylene modified with Milliken’s nucleating agent.


At K fair, FANUC molded a cylindrical medical part on one of its ROBOSHOT α-S220iA high-precision, all-electric injection molding machines, using resin from Hungarian materials supplier MOL Group.


The grade in question is MOL Group’s TATREN IM 22 63 polypropylene — a controlled-rheology impact copolymer that offers good processing stability and medium fluidity. The material is intended especially for injection molding of products where good impact resistance is required, MOL Group says, and typically finds use in such products as buckets for paints and coatings, storage and transport containers, crates, garden furniture, flower pots, toys, etc. The grade also is suitable for food-contact applications. MOL Group’s TATREN IM 22 63 is further enhanced by its use of Milliken’s Hyperform®


HPN nucleators.


LEARN MORE ONLINE AT: Milliken Chemical www.millikenchemical.com MOL Group www.mol.hu/en/polymers Fanuc www.fanuc.eu


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to provide an excellent balance of physical properties and maximize PP performance. The additive helps processors to achieve faster production and to mold parts that exhibit a high degree of dimensional stability — even when operating in the elevated temperature environments. Hyperform HPN allows for stronger, lighter parts by increasing stiffness by about 10% when compared to conventionally nucleated PP, while still retaining the same impact behavior as a non-nucleated resin. (click here to watch our live video)


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