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DSM and NHU start up PPS compounds unit


DSM and Chinese speciality chemicals producer Zhejiang NHU Special Materials (NHU) have officially inaugurated a 60:40 joint venture company for the production of polyphe- nylene sulphide (PPS) compounds.


DSM NHU Engineering


Plastics (Zhejiang) is located close to NHU’s 5,000 tonnes/ year linear PPS polymer plant in Shangyu and will make high performance compounds under the Xytron brand. These will be aimed mainly at the automo- tive, electrical and electronics,


water management and general industrial markets, with DSM taking charge of marketing worldwide. Initially two grades are


available: Xytron G4010T, which is 40% glass fibre-rein- forced, and Xytron M6510A, with 65% glass fibre and mineral filler. Three products have already been commer- cialised containing one of them, including an engine block heater for electric generators which is required to operate in continuous contact with water at tempera-


tures of 35-50°C. Further 30% and 40% glass


reinforced low chorine grades are under evaluation by a number of customers, according to DSM. DSM said that the venture will further enhance its position in high temperature performance engineering plastics, where it offers the Stanyl and ForTii range of PA 46 and PA 4T respectively. NHU, likewise, offers PA 6T as well as PPS. ❙ www.dsm.com. ❙ www.nhumaterials.com


Plas Mec ready for Iran


Italian plastics machinery firm Plas Mec is poised to export to Iran with one of the first deals in the sector since the suspension of international sanctions a few months ago. Italian banks SACE and


Banca MPS sent a €110,000 letter of credit issued by the Parsian Bank of Iran to guarantee payment of the supply of a mixer for plastics and other accesso- ries by an unnamed Iranian customer. ❙ www.plasmec.it


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