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Static

I was hoping to gain insight on how to manage static on polypropylene film through an entire process i.e. from the warehouse, to staging, to bonding to another pp/pe film?

Haiwei
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Would you like to sell recycled PET to China?

Hi

I've got a customer who is running a chemical factory in China, the factory is focus on dealing with recycled PET materials to clean and reuse. So I'm looking for a supplier to import recycled PET material to China, My question is if there is any possibility that your company is willing to sell recycled PET to China?
Looking forward to your reply

Best regard
Haiwei

rohit tiwari
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Blend

What is the difference between blend and alloy

Elvira Sistac
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European Pharmacopoeia. 3.1.6. Substances soluble in hexane

Hello, I would like to have information about how to develop the "Substances soluble in hexane" test. Should be used as type sample the raw material?
Moreover I would be interested in knowing how the blowing procedure can affect the results of this test.
Thank you very much in advance.

Annie Leeson
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Nylon 66 - recycle or reuse?

Can anyone help me to understand the end-of-life options for a machine component, made from Nylon 66, that comes into constant contact with a lubricating oil?

The component is made from Nylon 66 (3%GF) and weighs approximately 1kg. It is replaced annually in large quantities. For both environmental and economic reasons we are looking at the potential to a) clean and reuse the components and b) recycle the used components. However the contact with oils is complicating the matter and I'd like to better understand: