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1 John Yun Chemtura Corporation Use of Functionalized Polyolefins in Plastic Applications
2 Contents Value offer Chemistry Applications Examples
3 Base Polymer PP, PE, EPDM MA, AA, SAN Grafting Chemistry Additive 2~ 10% in compounds Enhanced Performance IMPROVED PROPERTIES: Impact strength Low temperature impact strength Modulus Tensile strength Dispersion Adhesion Value Offer: Enhancing Performance of Your Polymer
4 Modification Chemistries Product Type Base Polymers Graft Chemistries Graft % POLYBON ® PP, HDPE, LLDPE Maleic Anhydride Acrylic Acid
5 Main Applications of Polymer Modifiers Polybond CouplingAlloy Impact modifier AdhesionOthers
6 Building the Bridge btw Filler & Resin
8 Coupling with Polybond Improves the properties such as Strengths Stiffness Toughness Heat Properties (HDT)
9 Filled Polyolefin: Applications Pool filters Battery cover Air filters Toilet tank flush valve Electric motor fan Maytag Dishwasher Cover
11 SEM’S OF GLASS FILLED PP Without POLYBOND With POLYBOND
12 30% Glass Filled PP
14 40% Talc Filled PP
15 40% Talc Filled PP NOTCHED IZOD IMPACT REVERSE NOTCHED IZOD IMPACT
17 PP Nanocomposites Effect of Polybond ® 3200
18 Polybond Applications Wood-Plastics Composites WPC
19 Market Definition Natural Fiber Filled Plastics Readily available, low cost natural fibers are used at high filler loadings ( %) in thermoplastics Natural Fibers –Wood Flour –Wood Fiber –Agricultural Fibers/Flours Hemp, Flax, Kenaf, Rice Hulls, Nut Shells Thermoplastics –Polypropylene –Polyethylene –PVC
20 Applications Building & Construction Decking & Docks Railing Systems Interior Trim Automotive & Transportation Interior & Trunk Parts Engine & Transmission Covers
21 Polybond Function: Help disperse the wood fiber in the Polyolefin Cause wood fiber to adhere to the Resin
22 40% Wood-filled HDPE Effect of PB 3009 Level on Flexural Properties
23 New Coupling Agents Polybond 3029 commercialized for Polyethylene
24 Characterization Data 190 o C, 2.16KgMA by Titration Polybond % Polybond % Physical forms of PB 3029 Pellets Micropellets (granules)
25 Formulation: 60% wood-HDPE
26 Formulation: 60% wood-HDPE
27 Building the Bridge btw Non-polar & Polar Resins
29 Polybond Compatibilizers Improves the PP/Nylon blend properties –Strengths –Stiffness –Toughness
30 NYLON/PP BLENDS Tensile Strength
31 NYLON/PP BLENDS Flexural Strength
32 NYLON/PP BLENDS Notched Izod Impact
33 NYLON/PP BLENDS Reverse Notch Izod Impact
34 Polybond Coupling Agents in non Halogenated Flame Retardant PO Compounds (PE, PP, TPOs) Application Area Wire & Cable Compounds Electrical &Electronic Flame Retardant Fillers ATH (aluminium trihydrate) Magnesium Hydroxide - Mg(OH) 2 Inorganic Fillers Talc, CaCO3, Silica, Kaolin… Polybond addition improves Tensile strength Notched Izod impact Long term heat ageing Moisture sensitivity
35 Polybond 3009 and 3039 in 62% ATH Filled HDPE Tensile Property PB3039 produces best balance of properties
36 Polybond 3009 and 3039 in 62% ATH Filled HDPE Flexural Modulus PB3039 produces best balance of properties
37 Aged for 7 in water Polybond 3009 and 3039 in 62% ATH Filled HDPE Tensile Properties- Hydrolytic stability Unaged
38 Aged for 7 C in air Polybond 3009 and 3039 in 62% ATH Filled HDPE Tensile Properties- Heat ageing Unaged
39 Notched Izod Impact Strength of 60% ATH Filled LLDPE POLYBOND 3029 in FR PE compound LLDPE = Escorene LL5252 – 52 MFI
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