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PROCESSING AIDS | ADDITIVES


100% active additive designed for incorporation directly into resins. It is available in powder or pellet form and offers improved resin flow and better dispersion of other resin additives. In injection moulding it allows for shorter cycle times, reduced processing temperatures and lower injection pressures. It is also said to help reduce or eliminate weld/knit lines. TD INT-33LSER is recommended for use with all PE and PP materials, including TPO, TPE, TPV, and TPU. The company says that benefits include a greatly reduced coefficient of friction compared to its earlier additive options, such as Axel MoldWiz INT-33LCA and INT-33CFW. In addition, it delivers lower torque values compared with additives such as AXEL MoldWiz INT-33CFW and INT-34KF. The new product carries FDA Compliance 21 CFR 175.300. The company says that its synergistic blend of modified polymers and organic components will not interfere with any secondary options such as pad printing or labelling. Axel has also developed a new process aid with


anti-static properties. MoldWiz INT-34KF is a 100% active additive again available in powder or pellet form and is said to offer improved release, lubricity


and resin flow without discolouration or loss of clarity. It is also recommended for use with PE and PP, TPO, TPE, TPV, and TPU, as well as PA, styrenics, PET and many engineering plastics, including PPA. The minimal impact on clarity and colour makes it a particularly good choice for clarified PP, the company claims. The company says the new additive offers


improved release over older alternatives, such as its Axel MoldWiz INT-33 series and INT-38HM and better flow compared with older Axel MoldWiz INT-34DLK and INT-55PV. It typically eliminates the need for any external mould release agents and can also reduce cycle times, temperatures and pressures during moulding and potentially reduce or eliminate weld/knit lines. As it contains no silicones, stearates or waxes it will not interfere with downstream bonding, painting, printing or plating processes.


CLICK ON THE LINKS FOR MORE INFORMATION: � www.voelpker.com � www.hybridplastics.com � www.doverchem.com � www.axelplastics.com


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