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Simply click on the brochure cover or link to download a PDF to your PC or smartphone GLOBAL COLORS GROUP


Top left: Plastika Kritis Global Colors http://www.injectionworld.com/plas_kritis


Find out about Global Colors Group in this brochure showcasing the group companies, their vision and focus on quality, R&D, technology and sustainability. Its portfolio includes colour, white and black masterbatches.


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Centre left: Hexpol: Dryflex TPEs www.injectionworld.com/hexpol


HEXPOL: DRYFLEX TPES Dryflex® Thermoplastic Elastomers


The Dryflex family of TPEs from Hexpol TPE add soft touch appeal, function performance and product safety features in a range of consumer, automotive, industrial and packaging applications. Find out more in this brochure.


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Bottom left: Eurotec: Automotive compounds www.injectionworld.com/eurote_2


engineering plastics


EUROTEC: AUTOMOTIVE COMPOUNDS


Intelligent Solutions For Automotive


This brochure presents the full range of Eurotec’s engineering polymer compounds for automotive applications, including interior, exterior and under the hood. Read all about Eurotec’s innovative products and tailor made services.


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Top right: Polykemi www.injectionworld.com/polykem2


– A WORLD CLASS COMPOUNDER – POLYKEMI: CUSTOM COMPOUNDS


Customer adapted plastic compounds.


In world class!


Wide product range. Own research & development. Reliability & personal service.


This 12-page brochure provides an introduction to Polykemi and its range of custom engineered plastic compounds. It includes details of production locations, subsidiaries, R&D capabilities and quality certifications.


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Centre right: Tisan www.injectionworld.com/tisan1


TISAN: ENGINEERING COMPOUNDS


Tisan Engineering Plastics has more than 40 years of experience developing injection moulding compounds for applications in automotive, home appliances, E&E and other sectors. Find out more about Tisan’s wide range of materials in this brochure.


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Bottom right: Struktol: creative recycling www.compoundingworld.com/strukt3


STRUKTOL: CREATIVE RECYCLING Unlock New Opportunities


STRUKTOL Innovative Additives are the key to turning recycled content formulations into engineered, high-performance compounds.


 Compatibility Improvement  Homogenous Blending  Superior Processing


 Melt Flow / Viscosity Control  Odor Elimination  Increased Throughput


Use STRUKTOL® in a variety of different polymers from polyolefins to engineered plastics


LUBRICATION/RELEASE TR 251 Flow & Metal Release


PP VISCOSITY MODIFIERS RP 06 Odor modified RP 11 General purpose RP 23 When PE is present RP 38 High efficiency when PE is present VMO Series Low odor


ODOR CONTROL RP 17 Mask and Neutralization RP 53 Neutralizer


HOMOGENIZERS RP 28 Compatibilizer, better mixing TR 052 Compatibilizer, dispersing agent, flow modifier TR 219 Compatibilizer, lubricant for nylon & polyester TR 229 Compatibilizer, lubricant for Nylon, PC & PC/ABS


Struktol Company of America offers a range of polymer additives designed to simplify the process of recycling plastics. Learn about its latest options for viscosity modification, odour control and compatibilisation.


Struktol Company of America, LLC Stow, Ohio | USA


Call us at 330.928.5188


email us at plastics@struktol.com or visit us at www.4struktol.com


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If you would like your brochure to be included on this page, please contact Claire Bishop claire.bishop@ami.international. Tel: +44 (0) 1732 682948


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