EPDM Microspheres News and Notes

EPDM Microspheres News and Notes

The secret to lightweight EPDM? In many cases it’s  Microspheres which improves weight, sound insulation, and weathering while controlling hardness. It comes down to an open cell vs closed cell foam approach.

Versalis adds 50,000 MT of EPDM capacity

Existing plant with a capacity of 100,000 MT of elastomers expands to handle demand from automotive and construction.

Kumho Polychem raises EPDM Prices

Korean producer, Kumho Polychem a subsidiary of Kumho Petrochemical Group increases price by approximately $150 per MT.

New Generation of EPDM Seals with greater resistance to water and steam

Degrees of hardness: 60 EPDM 290; 70 EPDM 291; and 85 EPDM 292.

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Ray Anderson

Ray Anderson

Kureha America | Advanced Materials Manager | Piezoelectric Film and Expandable Polymer Microspheres | North and South America. NY Office Phone: (502) 883-6097

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