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Polystyrene, high-impact (HIPS) Process by Toyo Engineering Corp.

To produce a wide range of high-impact polystyrene (HIPS) with well-balanced mechanical properties and processability via the continuous bulk polymerization process using Toyo Engineering Corp. (TOYO)/Mitsui Chemicals Inc. technology. The process provides a swing production feature and is also capable … Continue reading

18. June 2018 by sam
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Polystyrene, general purpose (GPPS) Process by Toyo Engineering Corp.

To produce a wide range of general purpose polystyrene (GPPS) with excellent high clarity and suitable properties to process PS foam via direct injection extrusion by the continuous bulk polymerization process using Toyo Engineering Corp. (TOYO)/Mitsui Chemicals Inc. technology. Styrene … Continue reading

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Polystyrene, expandable Process by INEOS Technologies

For the production of regular and flame-retardant expandable polystyrene, INEOS offers the “one-step” suspension process. Products and economics: This state-of-the-art technology offers a wide range of products with an attractive capital investment and operational costs. Computer control and monitoring ensure … Continue reading

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Polystyrene Process by INEOS Technologies

The INEOS polystyrene (PS) technology is based on a bulk continuous process giving access to a wide range of general purpose polystyrene (GPPS) also known as crystal polystyrene and high-impact polystyrene (HIPS), which incorporates rubber particles for high shock absorbance. … Continue reading

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