Nexam Chemical in the trade magazine Plastics Recycling
Nexam Chemicals products and technology are included in an article about how the market trend with recycled plastics increase the need for additives that can enhance the properties of the recycled plastics.
The article ”The expanding role of compatibilizers” describes how additives are becoming more and more sophisticated and enable increased use of recycled plastics with maintained properties. In the article, Nexam Chemicals CMO, Lars Öhrn describes how used and recycled polymer chains breaks down into smaller parts and that Nexam Chemicals technology with chain extenders can mend and reconnect the polymers so that they regain its performance and quality. Read the article at Plastics Recycling, winter 2017 (page 40-44).
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About Nexam Chemical
Nexam Chemical develops technology and products that make it possible to significantly improve the production process and properties of most types of plastics in a cost-effective manner and with retained production technology. The improved properties include strength, toughness, temperature and chemical resistance as well as service life. The improvements in properties that can be achieved by using Nexam Chemical’s technology make it possible to replace metals and other heavier or more expensive materials with plastics in a number of applications. In applications where plastic is already used, Nexam Chemicals products can improve the manufacturing process, reducing material use and enable more environmental friendly alternatives. Example of commercial applications: pipe manufacturing, foam production and high-performance plastics. More information about the business will be found on http://www.nexamchemical.com. The company´s Certified Adviser is FNCA Sweden AB.