Songwon launches songxtend stabilizer forautomotive industry

Songwon launches songxtend stabilizer for the automotive industry

7:54 AM, 17th June 2016
Songwon launches songxtend stabilizer for the automotive industry

ULSAN, SOUTH KOREA: Songwon Industrial Co Ltd has launched its latest innovation songxtend 2124 stabilizer solution, for the automotive industry to meet the stringent demands in the industry where weight and cost reduction are dominant factors.

Songxtend stabilizer improves the long-term thermal stability (LTTS) of the short- and long-glass fiber re-inforced polypropylene (PP) used in interior applications for moulded parts, and can match the LTTS performance of 1000 h and beyond at 150° C. The new stabilizer contributes to making it possible for moulded parts to be thinner and lighter while still having similar mechanical properties as unfilled parts.

“Songxtend 2124 demonstrates our drive to support the automotive industry. With this new addition, Songwon now offers a full range of stabilizers for un-filled, talc and glass-filled PP. Providing a cost-efficient alternative to the existing solutions available, this has already enabled one of Songwon’s global customers to reduce costs in its glass fiber reinforced PP application while exceeding 1000h at 150° C, long-term thermal stability,” said Thomas Schmutz, leader global technical service & application development, Songwon.

© Worldofchemicals News


Read the latest news from Songwon:

Songwon, Heraeus to jointly develop high end specialty chemicals

0 Comments

Login

Your Comments (Up to 2000 characters)
Please respect our community and the integrity of its participants. WOC reserves the right to moderate and approve your comment.

Related News


Afton invests in new petroleum additive facility in Brazil

RICHMOND, US: Afton Chemical Corporation has invested in a petroleum additive facility at Bayer Industrial Park in Brazil. The new facility will be op ...

Read more
K V Venugopalan shows the way for ‘Make In India’ concept to be successful

In an interview K V Venugopalan, President, Waters India with Shivani Mody, Editor, Chemical Today magazine, talks about technology, trends, instrumen ...

Read more
Showa Denko to expand LIB materials capacity in Japan

TOKYO, JAPAN: Showa Denko KK (SDK) has decided to expand its production capacity for SCMG carbon-based anode material used in lithium-ion recharg ...

Read more
BASF breaks ground for new automotive coatings plant in China

SHANGHAI, CHINA: BASF Shanghai Coatings Co Ltd broke ground for a new, world-scale automotive coatings plant at the company’s existing site at t ...

Read more
Polyscope expands heat boosters’ product range

GELEEN, NETHERLANDS: Polyscope Polymers BV said that it is expanding its Xiran heat booster range, increasing the heat performance of styrenic polymer ...

Read more
Total acquires Belgian natural gas & renewable power supplier

PARIS, FRANCE: Total SA and Lampiris, the third-largest supplier of natural gas and renewable power to the Belgium residential sector, have signed an ...

Read more
www.worldofchemicals.com uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. By using this site, you agree to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use. X