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CREATING TOMORROW’S SOLUTIONS


IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF YOUR WPC


ADDITIVES


WE OFFER ADDITIVES FOR THE PLASTICS INDUSTRY


YOUR ADDITIVES SPECIALIST FOR


· Antioxidants & UV stabilisers · Coupling agents & Compatibilisers · Flame retardants · Functional & Conductive fi llers · Impact modifi ers · Lubricants · Pigments


OCTOBER 19 – 26, 2016 DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY


Visit us in Hall 6, Booth A10.


Can you improve the quality of your wood-plastic composites (WPC) while reducing formulation costs? With new GENIOPLAST®


additives, you Visit us at Composites Europe


29 Nov – 1 Dec 2016 · Dusseldorf, Germany Hall 8A · Stand G10


VELOX GMBH


+49 (0)40 369 688 0 mailadditives@velox.com


www.velox.com


can! These ready-to-use products – comprising a unique silicone copolymer on a thermoplastic carrier – can completely replace organic process- ing aids. Moreover, you can increase throughput and reduce energy input in production using only 1%. At the same time, the WPC itself will show improved elastic modulus, flexural strength, and smooth surfaces with reduced water-uptake. To find out more, visit www.wacker.com/genioplast


Wacker Chemie AG, Tel. +49 89 6279-1741 info@wacker.com, www.wacker.com/socialmedia


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