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Korean scientists developed manufacturing technology for eco-friendly algae bioplastics

Korean scientists developed manufacturing technology for eco-friendly algae bioplastics

South Korean scientists have developed the technology to manufacture eco-friendly, high performance, bioplastics using seaweed. This technique is the first of its kind to use lipids from algae, according to the scientists.
2019-07-22
PEEK (Polyether ether ketone) in the field of e-cigarettes (HNB)

PEEK (Polyether ether ketone) in the field of e-cigarettes (HNB)

PEEK has been cumulating its popularity in HEAT-NOT-BURN (HNB) e-cigarette industry.  It has become the core raw material for heating peripheral components in e-cigs. Top brands like IQOS are taking full advantage of PEEK in many HNB products.
2019-07-22
Nylon (PA) vs. Acetal (POM), which is best for plastic gears?

Nylon (PA) vs. Acetal (POM), which is best for plastic gears?

Nylon (PA) and Acetal (POM) are two common engineering plastics for gears. Many technicians and engineers may have the same question: Nylon or Acetal, which one is best for gears?
2019-07-18
Polyethylene UHMWPE HDPE LDPE LLDPE – What are the differences?

Polyethylene UHMWPE HDPE LDPE LLDPE – What are the differences?

There are several kinds of polyethylene (LDPE, LLDPE, HDPE, UHMWPE), which are synthesized with different molecular weights and chain architectures.
2019-07-16
Acetal Delrin Copolymer Homopolymer - What are the differences?

Acetal Delrin Copolymer Homopolymer - What are the differences?

POM-C accounts for around 75% of the global POM sales. It is mainly because they are easier to process and cost less. POM-H, on the other hand, have better physical and mechanical properties than copolymers but slightly higher in price.
2019-07-12
UHMWPE Body Armor

UHMWPE Body Armor

It's common to most people that there are mainly three types of material for body armor: steel, fiber (e.g. Kevlar), and ceramic. However, if you're a big fan of military, weapon or armor, you may have heard that we now have a fourth option: UHMWPE
2019-07-07