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20100035009POLYOLEFIN COMPOSITION FOR INJECTION STRETCH BLOW MOLDING - The present invention relates to an injection-stretch blow molding process (ISBM) for the manufacture of an impact-resistant container with good optical properties from a polyolefin composition comprising a polypropylene and a polyethylene produced with a metallocene-based catalyst.02-11-2010
20130078403INJECTION MOLDING DEVICE, INJECTION MOLDING METHOD AND HOUSING - There is provided an injection molding device in which the film cutoff and the injection molding can be conducted in one process without fine positional adjustment of the stopper and the shape of the edge surface of the member is not limited to the shape of the cutting blade.03-28-2013
20100098894PREFORMS FOR PREPARING LIGHTWEIGHT STRETCH BLOW MOLDED PET COPOLYMER CONTAINERS AND METHODS FOR MAKING AND USING SAME - An injection molded preform for making a stretch blow molded container having an overall stretch ratio of from about 12 to about 16, wherein the overall stretch ratio is a product of a hoop stretch ratio and an axial stretch ratio, wherein the hoop stretch ratio is from about 5.6 to about 6.5, wherein the axial stretch ratio is from about 2.4 to about 2.7, and wherein the preform comprises a CG PET Copolymer having a free blow volume of from about 650 to about 800 ml measured at 100° C. and 90 psi using a 25 gram weight preform designed for a 500 ml container with a maximum diameter of 65 mm and a height of 200 mm from below the container finish and having a hoop stretch ratio of 5.5 and an axial stretch ratio of 2.6. This invention also relates to a method of making such preforms and stretch blow molded containers and methods of making the same.04-22-2010
20100323144CONTAINER CONTAINING THE PMMA POWDER FRACTION OF A TWO-COMPONENT SYSTEM MADE UP OF PMMA POWDER COMPONENT AND MMA MONOMER COMPONENT - Containers that are soluble in liquid methylmethacrylate and contain the PMMA powder fraction of a two-component system made up of PMMA powder component and liquid MMA monomer component are useful as components of packaging of powder/liquid two-component material, such as dental material, investment material for histology or metallography or in veterinary medicine.12-23-2010
20090304969THIN BIAXIALLY STRETCHED THIN-WALLED POLYESTER BOTTLE - A biaxially stretched polyester bottle of which a central part of a bottle body portion satisfies at least either (1) that an elongation in the circumferential direction is larger than an elongation in the longitudinal direction in the tensile test at room temperature or (2) that an orientation parameter in the circumferential direction is smaller than an orientation parameter in the longitudinal direction in the Raman spectrometry. Despite the body portion has an average thickness of as small as 250 μm or less, the bottle has a drop impact resistance while exhibiting excellent appearance.12-10-2009
20090041969PACKING BUFFER MEMBER - A packing buffer member of the present invention is a packing buffer member 02-12-2009
20130059103Polymer Compositions Having Improved Barrier Properties - A unimodal polymer having a melt index of from about 0.5 g/10 min to about 4 g/10 min, a density of equal to or greater than about 0.945 g/cc which when formed into a film displays a moisture vapor transmission rate of less than about 0.55 g-mil/100 in03-07-2013
20110014408POLYPROPYLENE MOLDED ARTICLE, SHEET-LIKE POLYPROPYLENE MOLDED ARTICLE, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCTION OF POLYPROPYLENE THERMALLY MOLDED ARTICLE - A molten polypropylene having tacticity expressed in terms of an isotactic pentad fraction of 95 mol % or more is flowed. The molten-polypropylene is cooled to a temperature range of −200 degrees C. to 50 degrees C. and maintained at the above temperature for 0.1 second to 100 seconds, thereby providing a rapidly-cooled polypropylene higher order structure of which main constituents are a mesophase or monoclinic crystal domain having a size of 100 nm or less and an amorphous phase. The rapidly-cooled polypropylene higher order structure is heated to a temperature range in which endothermic transition occurs and that is equal to or lower than a melting temperature of polypropylene to be heat-treated.01-20-2011
20090297752POLYESTER RESIN, POLYESTER RESIN COMPOSITION THEREFROM AND USE THEREOF - A polyester resin that can be beneficially employed as one finding application in deactivation of polycondensation catalysts for polyester production and suppression of forming of acetaldehyde and other aldehydes and cyclic ester oligomers at molding stage. In particular, there is provided a polyester resin composed mainly of an aromatic dicarboxylic acid component and a glycol component wherein a phosphorus compound is incorporated through copolymerization or blending in an amount of 100 to 10,000 ppm in terms of phosphorus element, characterized in that the contents of Zn element, Fe element, Ni element and Cr element are not greater than specified values.12-03-2009
20130164477POLYAMIDE SHEET SILICATE COMPOSITIONS - The invention relates to polyamide sheet silicate compositions, containing an untreated clay mineral and a water-soluble polyamide, the concentration of the clay material being greater than 30% by weight. Furthermore the invention relates to nanocomposites which contain clay minerals distributed homogeneously in a water-insoluble thermoplastic matrix. These nanocomposites are produced by mixing the polyamide sheet silicate composition and a water-insoluble thermoplastic in the melt.06-27-2013
20130164476IMPACT-RESISTANT POLY(ARYLENE ETHER) RESINS WITH IMPROVED CLARITY - The present invention is directed to a composition that includes a poly(arylene ether), a radial block copolymer of an alkenyl aromatic monomer and a conjugated diene, a linear block copolymer of an alkenyl aromatic monomer and a conjugated diene, one or more optical enhancing agents, and a hydrocarbon resin. The composition is characterized by at least one of the following properties: a multiaxial impact of at least 20 joules as measured by ASTM D 3763-08, a percent haze of 15 percent or less as measured by ASTM D 1003-00, and a percent transmittance of 75 percent or more as measured by ASTM D 1003-00.06-27-2013
20100323143OXYGEN BARRIER FILM AND CONTAINER COMPRISING ETHYLENE-ACRYLATE COPOLYMER - The present invention relates to an oxygen barrier film and container comprising ethylene-acrylate copolymer, more precisely an oxygen barrier film and container comprising ethylene-acrylate based copolymer composed of 10-50 mol % of ethylene monomer and 50-90 mol % of acrylate based monomer and having the weight average molecular weight of at least 30,000 g/m. The present invention provides an oxygen barrier film and container having excellent mechanical properties including flexibility, stretchability, glass transition temperature, anti-absorptiveness and Rockwell hardness and other characteristics such as oxygen barrier property and transparency as well.12-23-2010
20100310807THERMOPLASTIC COMPOSITION CONTAINING A MOLD RELEASE AGENT WHICH IS BASED ON CURED VEGETABLE ESTERS - The present invention relates to a thermoplastic composition containing a) a thermoplastic polymer, b) a mold release agent, and c) optionally further additives, wherein the mold release agent contains a hydroxycarboxylic acid; an ester of a hydroxycarboxylic acid or a derivative of a hydroxycarboxylic acid, and one or more of an alcohol having one or more hydroxyl groups, or a compound having one or more epoxide groups, or a compound having one or more keto groups, or a mixture of a hydroxycarboxylic acid and the ester of a hydroxycarboxylic acid or a derivative of a hydroxycarboxylic acid and one or more of an alcohol having one or more hydroxyl groups or a compound having one or more epoxide groups or a compound having one or more keto groups.12-09-2010
20110293869HIGH MELT FLOW RANDOM POLYPROPYLENE COPOLYMER - The present invention provides polymer compositions, comprising a random propylene copolymer having an MFR12-01-2011
20090202770Polypropylene/polyisobutylene blends and films prepared from same - A film prepared from a polypropylene and polyisobutylene blend wherein the film has a stretching force that is reduced by about 5% to 200% when compared to an otherwise similar film prepared in the absence of polyisobutylene. A method of producing film comprising contacting polypropylene and polyisobutylene to form a polymeric blend, forming the polymeric blend into a film, and orienting the film.08-13-2009
20110097530Non-sulfonated Aliphatic-Aromatic Polyesters, and Articles Made Therefrom - Non-sulfonated aliphatic-aromatic polyester compositions having improved thermal properties and biodegradability, and articles such as films, coatings and laminates, produced from the non-sulfonated aliphatic-aromatic polyester compositions, are provided.04-28-2011
20110143070THERMO-MECHANICALLY STABLE, HEAT SEALABLE FILM, A BARRIER COATED SUCH FILM, A PACKAGING LAMINATE COMPRISING THE FILM, A PACKAGING CONTAINER FORMED FROM THE PACKAGING LAMINATE AND A METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF THE FILM - A thermo-mechanically stable, heat sealable mono-axially oriented polymer substrate film includes polymers based on low density polyethylene. The thermo-mechanically stable, heat sealable mono-axially oriented polymer substrate film can consist essentially of the polymers based on low density polyethylene. The disclosure also describes a vapour deposition coated substrate film, especially such a film which is metallised, a packaging laminate comprising the vapour deposition coated polymer substrate film, and a packaging container produced from such a packaging laminate. Also disclosed is a method for the production of the thermo-mechanically stable, heat sealable polymer substrate film and a method of vapour deposition coating the film.06-16-2011
20110217500Injection Stretch Blow-Molding Process for the Preparation of Polyethylene Containers, Preform and Bottle - Injection stretch blow-molding process for the preparation of polyethylene containers wherein use is made, as the polyethylene material, of an ethylene (co)polymer having density equal to or greater than 0.945 g/cm09-08-2011
20100055369Preform For Making Plastic Container - A preform for making a lightweighted plastic container includes a finish portion having at least one external thread defined thereon that has a first sidewall thickness, a main body portion, an end cap, and a transition portion between the end cap and the main body portion. The end cap has a second side wall thickness that preferably is not less than said first side wall thickness of the finish portion. The main body portion is preferably unstepped, and the outer surface of the transition portion is preferably concave as viewed in longitudinal cross-section. In addition, the transition portion preferably extends for a longitudinal distance, and a ratio of the longitudinal distance to an outer radius of the end cap is preferably within a range of about 0.3 to about 0.903-04-2010
20110151165Low Organic Vapor Permeation Resin - The invention relates to a novel composition comprising at least one polyphthalamide reactively extruded with at least one other polyamide, a polyester, and a modifier. The composition can be further modified with fillers to add increased strength. Other additives such as colorants, flame retardants, and UV degradation inhibitors are also contemplated. This composition exhibits superior barrier to organic vapors, impact strength and heat distortion temperatures. Also disclosed are articles using this novel composition such as fuel tanks for gasoline engines used to power lawn mowers and garden machinery.06-23-2011
20100086718READILY DEGRADABLE RESIN COMPOSITION AND BIODEGRADABLE CONTAINER USING THE SAME - Disclosed is a readily degradable resin composition having excellent biodegradability. Specifically disclosed is a readily degradable resin composition comprising: an aliphatic polyester (A) which has biodegradability; and an aliphatic polyester (B) which has a solution viscosity (η inh) of 0.25 dl/g or less as measured in a mixed solvent composed of m-chlorophenol and 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene at a weight-based ratio of 4:1 at a concentration of 0.4 g/dl and at a temperature of 30° C. and a melt viscosity of 50 Pa S or less as measured at 190° C. at a shear rate of 1 rad/s and is capable of biodegraded at a more rapid degradation rate than the aliphatic polyester (A). Also disclosed is a readily degradable resin composition comprising: an aliphatic polyester (A) which has biodegradability; and an aliphatic polyester (B′) which, when hydrolyzed, can release an acid showing a pH value of 2.0 or less when dissolved in water at a concentration of 0.005 g/ml and is capable of biodegraded at a more rapid degradation rate than the aliphatic polyester (A). Further disclosed is a biodegradable container comprising the readily degradable resin composition.04-08-2010
20120107542High Density Polyethylene Blend Films - A polymer blend comprising high density polyethylene, hydrocarbon resin and nucleating agent; non-oriented film layers and non-oriented films comprising the blend; and packaging articles comprising the non-oriented film are provided. The non-oriented film has normalized moisture vapor transmission rate of no greater than 0.30 g-mil/100 in05-03-2012
20120107541Compression Molded Preform for Forming Invertible Base Hot-Fill Container, and Systems and Methods Thereof - A compression molded preform for forming an invertible base hot-fill container, and systems and methods thereof. The preform includes a body with a first open end, a second closed end or end cap of hemispherical shape, and a sidewall extending between the first end and the second end. At least a portion of the second end is thinner than any portion of the sidewall. Further, the second end is gateless and has an inner surface that is substantially smooth along its entire area. The compression molded preform is blow molded to form a plastic container with an invertible or movable base. The invertible or movable base is responsive to, or can be moved based on, internal forces or pressure associated with processing the container with a filled product.05-03-2012
20080274320Process for Producing Polyalkylene Terephthalate, Process for Producing Polyalkylene Terephthalate Molding and Polyalkylene Terephthalate Molding - The present invention provides a method of producing polyalkylene terephthalate, which comprises: introducing a prepolymer of polyalkylene terephthalate that is in a molten state comprising 70 mol % or more of ethylene terephthalate or 1,4-butylene terephthalate repeating units and having an intrinsic viscosity [η] between 0.2 and 2 dl/g through a feed opening to a polymerization reactor; discharging the introduced prepolymer from holes of a perforated plate; and polymerizing the prepolymer under reduced pressure, while allowing the prepolymer to fall along the surface of a support that is open towards the outside at a temperature between the [crystalline melting point−10° C.] of the prepolymer or higher and the [crystalline melting point+30° C.] of the prepolymer or lower under the conditions represented by a formula S11-06-2008
20120295050Method for Injection Molding at Low, Substantially Constant Pressure - Disclosed herein is a method of injection molding at low, substantially constant melt pressures. Embodiments of the disclosed method now make possible a method of injection molding that is more energy—and cost—effective than conventional high-velocity injection molding processes. Embodiments of the disclosed method surprisingly allow for the filling of a mold cavity at low melt pressure without undesirable premature hardening of the thermoplastic material in the mold cavity and without the need for maintaining a constant temperature or heated mold cavity. Heretofore, it would not have been expected that a constant pressure method could be performed at low pressure without such premature hardening of the thermoplastic material when using an unheated mold cavity or cooled mold cavity.11-22-2012
20100279048OXYGEN-SCAVENGING POLYMER BLENDS SUITABLE FOR USE IN PACKAGING - Polymer blends are disclosed that comprise one or more polybutadiene homopolymers or copolymers having at least one functionality capable of entering into condensation reactions; one or more polyethylene terephthalate homopolymers or copolymers obtained using a catalyst system comprising aluminum atoms and one or more alkaline earth metal atoms, alkali metal atoms, or alkali compound residues, optionally obtained by a melt-phase polymerization process; and one or more transition metal atoms. The blends are useful for packaging, and exhibit improved oxygen-scavenging activity compared with blends made using many conventional polyethylene terephthalate polymers prepared with conventional catalyst systems.11-04-2010
20100285255PLASTIC TANKS MADE FROM RANDOM COPOLYMERS OF PROPYLENE AND HEXENE-1 - Plastic tanks comprising a propylene-hexene-1 copolymer having a xylene soluble fraction lower than 5% wt with respect to the total weight of the copolymer and satisfying the following relation:11-11-2010
20080241450Thermoplastic Polymer Additive Compositions - Use of a hindered amine light stabiliser as an additive in a thermoplastic moulding composition comprising polyethylene terephthalate and an acetaldehyde scavenger for reducing the degree of discolouration and/or degree of light transmission of a moulded article formed from the composition.10-02-2008
20120295049Method for Injection Molding at Low Substantially Constant Pressure - Disclosed herein are methods of injection molding at low, substantially constant melt pressures. Embodiments of the disclosed method now make possible a method of injection molding that is more energy—and cost—effective than conventional high-velocity injection molding processes. Embodiments of the disclosed method surprisingly allow for the filling of a mold cavity at low melt pressure without undesirable premature hardening of the thermoplastic material in the mold cavity and without the need for maintaining a constant temperature or heated mold cavity. Heretofore, it would not have been expected that a constant pressure method could be performed at low pressure without such premature hardening of the thermoplastic material when using an unheated mold cavity or cooled mold cavity.11-22-2012
20080305291INJECTION-MOLDED ARTICLE - An injection-molded article that can allow the position of the weld line in the opening to be displaced greatly is provided. The injection-molded article includes a plate-like member in which an opening is formed in the vicinity of an edge of the plate-like portion. Here, the plate-like member has a suspending portion closer to the edge than the opening, a base portion facing the suspending portion with the opening interposed therebetween, and two side portions that are located between the base portion and the suspending portion and that face each other with the opening interposed therebetween, and is formed by injection by allowing a resin to flow from the base portion. A recessed portion having a shape continuous from the inner circumferential surface of the opening and extending so as to get apart from the inner circumferential surface of the opening is formed on one of the side portions.12-11-2008
20110206882INJECTION STRETCH BLOW MOLDING PROCESS - The present invention relates to a solid preform made from polyethylene material, wherein the preform comprises a neck region, side walls and a base region, and has an interior having inner walls and an exterior having outer walls; characterised in that at least 65% of the polyethylene material by weight of the total polyethylene material has a Z-average molecular weight (Mz) of between 300,000 g/mol and 6,000,000 g/mol, and a Mz/Mn value of greater than 28, where Mn is the number average molecular weight, and Mz/Mn is the Mz value divided by the Mn value.08-25-2011
20110206883POLYMERIZATION WITH ENHANCED GLYCOL ETHER FORMULATION - The polymerization processes described herein provide methods for dehydrating diols such that dimers of the diols are formed and incorporated into polyesters during polycondensation. Control over this phenomenon provides unique polymer compositions with a range of thermo-mechanical properties, crystallinity, bio-content and biodegradability. Generation of a wide range of properties allows development of polymers that can be used for a wide range of applications.08-25-2011
20090186179POLYESTER CLAY NANOCOMPOSITES FOR BARRIER APPLICATIONS - The present invention is a method for reducing the permeability of gases through polyester containers and films by incorporating into the polymer from which the container or film is formed an effective amount of exfoliated sepiolite-type clay.07-23-2009
20130216753Polyester Composition And Method For Preparing Articles By Extrusion Blow Molding - Polyester compositions described herein have properties which are particularly suitable for extrusion blow molding (EBM). These properties relate primarily to the rate of crystallization and melt strength or melt viscosity. Articles prepared from the polyester compositions exhibit good clarity, aesthetics, and other physical properties. The polyester compositions also exhibit broad molecular weight distribution (MWD), resulting in improved processability and melt strength. The crystallization rate allows for good drying characteristics while also enabling the use of regrind. In addition, the compositions exhibit improved recyclability, such as in existing PET recycling streams. In one aspect, articles are prepared in an extrusion blow molding method by combining a dry first polyester copolymer component, a dry second polyester component, and a chain extender to form a feed material suitable for extrusion blow molding. In another aspect, a single component co-polyester and a chain extender are combined to form a feed material.08-22-2013
20110229674POLYMERIZATION OF ALIPHATIC-AROMATIC COPOLYETHERESTERS - The polymerization processes described herein provide methods for controlling the dehydration of glycols such that dimers are formed as glycol ethers and incorporated into aliphatic-aromatic copolyetheresters during polycondensation. Control over this phenomenon provides unique polymer compositions with a range of thermo-mechanical properties, crystallinity, bio-content and biodegradability.09-22-2011
20110229673FLAME-RETARDANT POLYESTER RESIN COMPOSITION AND BLOW MOLDED CONTAINER - Provide is a flame-retardant polyester resin composition exhibiting excellent flame-retardant performance, specifically flame self-extinction performance and excellent injection moldability and blow moldability by biaxially-stretch blow molding method, by solving problem of poor injection moldability of the conventional polyester. A flame-retardant polyester resin composition comprising: (A) 50-80% by mass of a polyester resin, (B) 10-40% by mass of a polycarbonate resin, (C) 5-30% by mass of a polymer of a glass transition temperature Tg of less than 35° C., and (D) 0.5-5% by mass of a polymer of a carbon residue rate resin of at least 15%.09-22-2011
20090004418Method for Producing Hollow Silicone Fine Particles - Hollow silicone fine particles have high productivity, low breakability, a narrow particle size distribution and a volume average particle diameter equal to or lower than 1 μm. The hollow particles are made by removing organic macromolecular particles and/or an organic solvent away form inside core-shell particles produced by coating particles made from the organic macromolecular particles and/or the organic solvent with silicone compound that is made from one or more units selected from the group consisting of SiO4/2 unit, RSiO3/2 unit, and R2SiO2/2 unit (wherein R is C1-4 alkyl groups, C6-24 aromatic groups, a vinyl group, a γ-(meth)acryloxypropyl group or organic groups having an SH group(s)), the silicone compound containing R2SiO2/2 unit by 20 mole % or less.01-01-2009
20130122229SUBSTRATES AND ARTICLES OF MANUFACTURE COATED WITH A WATERBORNE 2K COATING COMPOSITION - A compressible substrate coated at least in part with a waterborne coating composition comprising at least one base neutralized active hydrogen containing film-forming resin and a water dispersible carbodiimide crosslinker capable of reacting with the film-forming resin to form a crosslinked film is disclosed. An article of manufacture having at least two different flexible substrates coated at least in part with such a coating is also disclosed.05-16-2013
20100015378TRANSPARENT PLASTIC CONTAINER FOR ANTICOUNTERFEIT SYSTEM - A transparent plastic container which is transparent, allows good design and can be used for an anticounterfeit system that determines authenticity by visual check with the use of polarization property. A transparent plastic sheet of a polystyrene-based resin having a total light transmission of 85% or higher and a haze of 7% or less is subjected to vacuum, pneumatic or vacuum/pneumatic forming at a sheet temperature ranging from a glass transition temperature plus 50 degrees C. to a glass transition temperature plus 130 degrees C., thereby obtaining a transparent plastic container having a planar portion with a strain amount of 150 nm or less.01-21-2010
20100015377Model at a Reduced Scale of a Tire for Aerodynamic Tests in a Wind Tunnel - A reduced scale model of a tire for aerodynamic tests in a wind tunnel, the model having a hollow toroidal shape, is made of a single moulded plastic material homogeneous throughout the model, is deformable, and is shaped so as to reproduce externally the deformed shape of the tire under load when this is set in conditions of operation under the action of centrifugal loads and/or ground loads.01-21-2010
20120141713PACKAGE - [Problems] To provide a package excellent in barrier property, transparency and appearance, and having a layer forming an island-in-the-sea structure of a small domain diameter and a high domain density without impairing the formability into containers.06-07-2012
20100260958TONER CONTAINER AND IMAGE FORMING METHOD - Provided is a toner container exhibiting reduced environmental load and excellent strength together with moldability obtained via a blow molding method, even though a large capacity of the toner container is produced, and also provided is an image forming method employing this toner container. Disclosed is a toner container of the present invention possessing a resin containing at least one of polyethylene and polypropylene formed from raw material prepared via a fermentation method.10-14-2010
20100227098Ethylenic Resin and Blow Molded Article Obtained Therefrom - An ethylene-based resin satisfying simultaneously the following requirements [a] to [c] is excellent in strength and moldability and is suitably used for a blow molded article (a hollow molded article). [a] The environmental stress cracking resistance (ESCR), T, at 50° C. is 500 hours or more in the case of a flexural modulus of 1000 MPa to 1500 MPa and is 100 hours or more in the case of a flexural modulus of 1500 MPa to 2000 MPa, as measured according to ASTM-D-1693, [b] the melt tension at 190° C. is 50 (mN) or more and [c] the melt breaking drawing rate is 90 (m/min) or less.09-09-2010
20100227099FUEL LINE - The present invention refers to a fuel line for conveying fuel from and/or into a fuel tank. To suggest a fuel line for conveying fuel from and/or into a fuel tank (tank line), which can be processed easily and shows good mechanical properties and also a high chemical resistance, it is provided according to the invention that the fuel line consists essentially of F-TPV.09-09-2010
20100221475Polyethylene film having improved barrier properties and methods of making same - A polymeric resin having a density of greater than about 0.960 g/cc, a melt index of from about 1.3 g/10 min. to about 2.8 g/10 min., a zero shear viscosity of from about 1×1009-02-2010
20120141714METHOD TO IMPROVE THE BARRIER PROPERTIES OF ETHYLENE POLYMER AGAINST PERMEATION OF HYDROCARBONS AND PLASTIC FUEL TANK HAVING IMPROVED BARRIER PROPERTIES - A method for the improvement of the barrier properties of ethylene homo- or copolymer compositions against permeation of hydrocarbons comprised in liquid fuels or mineral oils is disclosed. The ethylene homo- or copolymer comprises at least one sterically hindered amine compound in an amount of from 100 to 10 000 ppm, calculated on total weight of the polymer. At least one surface of a hollow body made of said ethylene homo- or copolymer is subjected to fluorination.06-07-2012
20110129631IGNITION RESISTANT CARBONATE POLYMER COMPOSITION - The present invention is an ignition resistant carbonate polymer composition, a method to make said composition and fabricated articles made therefrom. The ignition resistant carbonate polymer composition comprises: (i) an aromatic polycarbonate or an aromatic polyester carbonate, (ii) a graft polymer, (iii) optionally one or more thermoplastic vinyl (co)polymer, (iv) optionally one or more thermoplastic polyester polymer, (v) an aromatic phosphate compound, and (vi) a mixture of a fibril forming polytetrafluoroethylene polymer and a fluorothermoplast.06-02-2011
20130129956PART MADE OF A COMPOSITE, ITS MANUFACTURING PROCESS AND CONNECTING ROD OBTAINED BY THIS PROCESS - A part made of a composite is intended to be subjected, through at least a point of attachment and in cooperation with connectors, to tensile and/or compressive forces. The part includes a monolithic part having a winding of fibers oriented and embedded in a matrix, and a tubular body, wherein an attachment point, based at one end of said tubular body takes the form of a strap forming a loop turning about an axis perpendicular to the axis of the tubular body, and wherein an internal wall and/or the external wall of the loop is designed to cooperate with a portion of the connector in tension and/or in compression along one or more directions.05-23-2013
20130136883BRANCHED POLYCARBONATE - A branched polycarbonate having a branching derived from a polyfunctional compound, comprising a repeating unit represented by general formula (1), a branched structure (a) derived from the polyfunctional compound and a branched structure (b) including at least one selected from the group consisting of branched structures represented by general formulas (2), (3) and (4), the total content of (a) and (b) with respect to (1) being 0.2-1.0 mol %, the ratio of (b) with respect to the total of (a) and (b) being 0.1-0.6, and the ratio of (2) with respect to the content of (b) being 0.5 or greater.05-30-2013
20130142978Polyoxymethylene Compositions with Branched Polymers - Polyoxymethylene compositions with polyoxymethylene polymers polymer/polyol additives having a core-link-arm structure. Upon molding, these compositions exhibit stable melt viscosity and simultaneous improvement in notched Izod impact strength and/or decreased relative apparent capillary melt viscosity, and/or increased elongation at break, relative to polyoxymethylene compositions lacking such core-link-arm structure additives.06-06-2013
20090252910MULTIMODAL POLYETHYLENE COMPOSITION WITH IMPROVED HOMOGENEITY - The present invention concerns a multimodal polyethylene composition comprising a base resin comprising three ethylene homo- or copolymer fractions (A), (B) and (C) with different weight average molecular weight M10-08-2009
20090311457Oxygen Scavenging Polymers - A polymer with a backbone and an unsaturated side chain attached to the backbone. The polymer may optionally be combined with an oxidation catalyst and/or other ingredients.12-17-2009
20110177275BIODEGRADABLE STARCH-CONTAINING BLEND - Disclosed is a composition comprising an aliphatic-aromatic copolyester consisting essentially of a dicarboxylic acid component that includes a terephthalic acid component and a linear aliphatic dicarboxylic acid component, a glycol component consisting essentially of a linear aliphatic glycol component and 0 to 4 mole percent based on 100 mole percent total glycol component of a dialkylene glycol component and at least one additional component; starch; water; and polyol plasticizer. Also described are shaped articles such as films which exhibit greater than expected tear strength and methods for preparing the films.07-21-2011
20110076432THERMOPLASTIC RESIN CONTAINER FOR WHICH COMPLETION OF RETORT PROCESSING CAN BE CONFIRMED AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - To provide a thermoplastic resin container that contains food or drink subjected to a retort processing for which completion of the retort processing can be confirmed and supervised with simple means without the need of an expensive member or facility, not only whether the temperature of the retort processing is reached but also whether the retort processing is performed as specified can be confirmed, and the consumer also can easily confirm completion of the retort processing of the product. The container is produced by two-stage stretch blow molding of a preform made of a thermoplastic resin in such a manner a part that is not stretched or is insufficiently stretched is formed at a part of the container, and the part that is not stretched or is insufficiently stretched is whitened to form a retort processing completion confirming part by heating in the retort processing after a content is packed and sealed in the container.03-31-2011
20110076433PREFORM FOR A PLASTIC CONTAINER, AND THE PREFORM HOLDER - The invention concerns a preform for a plastic container in the form of a can intended particularly for pressurised beverages, and the preform holder in the container manufacturing process. The preform (03-31-2011
20110070388PET CONTAINERS WITH ENHANCED THERMAL PROPERTIES - The present invention provides a blow molded heat set PET container having enhanced thermal properties and a first glass transition temperature and a second endothermic transition temperature substantially higher than the glass transition temperature.03-24-2011
20120201989RESIN MOLDED PRODUCT - Provided is a resin molded product in which a lid body is prevented from being erroneously mounted. An upper bumper (08-09-2012
20110008562BIODEGRADABLE MOLDED ARTICLE AND CONTAINER USING THE MOLDED ARTICLE - A biodegradable molded article and a container using the molded article, exhibiting an improved heat resistance. The molded article is obtained by injection molding a polylactic acid resin, wherein the molded article comprises poly-L-lactic acid containing less than 4 mol% of D-lactic acid. The molded article has a crystallized portion at least locally, having a ratio of the crystallizing heat quantity to the melting heat quantity (|ΔHc|/ΔHm), which ratio is not more than 0.7 in a temperature rising chart obtained by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC).01-13-2011
20110212283Impact Resistant LLDPE Composition and Films Made Thereof - A novel PE material is devised showing excellent mechanical/optical properties and process ability, e.g. for film extrusion. The polyethylene of the invention is produced in one single e.g. gas phase reactor.09-01-2011
20090317576LOW MELT FLOW INDEX RESINS FOR INJECTIONS-STRETCH-BLOW-MOULDING - The present invention discloses a method for preparing vials, preferably medical vials by two-stage injection-stretch-blow-moulding with a random copolymer of propylene having a melt index MI2 of from 1 to 3 dg/min and an ethylene content of from 2 to 3.5 wt % based on the weight of the resin, and wherein the preform injection temperature is of at least 280° C.12-24-2009
20090317577PREFORM, METHOD OF PRODUCING THE SAME, AND BIAXIALLY DRAWN CONTAINER MADE FROM THE PREFORM - A preform, a method of producing the preform, and a container obtained by draw-forming the preform. The preform has at least a layer of a polyester resin and is formed by the compression-forming, wherein the time is not shorter than 300 seconds before a calorific value of isothermal crystallization of the layer of the polyester resin at 210° C. reaches a maximum value. The preform is provided suppressing the thermal decomposition of the resin at the time of forming the preform, and effectively suppressing a drop in the inherent viscosity and the formation of the acetaldehyde. Further, a biaxially drawn container is provided having excellent mechanical strength and flavor-retaining property.12-24-2009
20110020576Polystyrene Preform Design for Blow Molding of Articles - Preforms for use in injection blow molding processes and such processes are described herein. The preforms can have both a body and a neck wherein the external body diameter of the preform is at most 95% of the external neck diameter. The body comprises internal and external diameters that together form a sidewall, the thickness of which can be greater than 2.0 mm. Also disclosed is a mold for the injection molding of the preform described above.01-27-2011
20110052849Plastic carpule and method of manufacture - A carpule and its method of manufacture, the carpule tubular body composed of a polypropylene or similar polymer, the tubular body being sealed at one end by a seal of a thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) or similar polymer, the seal having been injection molded in contact with the tubular body prior to full curing of the material composing the tubular body, such that a chemical fusion bond is created between the seal and the tubular body.03-03-2011
20120070601THERMOPLASTIC ELASTOMERS EXHIBITING SUPERIOR FOOD CONTACT COMPLIANCE - A blend of any of three specific olefin polymers and ethylene/alpha-olefin interpolymer is disclosed. Optionally, the blend also includes styrene-isobutylene-styrene thermoplastic vulcanizate and calcium carbonate filler. The blend has good processability and passes Olive Oil Extraction Test EU82/711/EEC and the FDA Food Contact Test required at 21 CFR §177.2600, enabling plastic articles of the blend to be used as thermoplastic elastomers in food handling and storage articles.03-22-2012
20110008561SHEET FOR PACKAGING ELECTRONIC PART - [Problems] Provided is a novel sheet for packaging electronic parts which is excellent in transparency and suitability for thickness reduction.01-13-2011
20120148777Polyethylene for Rotomoulding - A novel polyethylene is devised which polyethylene is particularyl advantageous for manufacturing rotomoulded articles.06-14-2012
20100285256BOTTOM OF A MOLD FOR PRODUCING THERMOPLASTIC CONTAINERS, AND CONTAINER OBTAINED - The invention relates to a bottom of a mould for producing thermoplastic containers, and to a container thus produced. The container (11-11-2010
20100203277ETHYLENE-BASED POLYMERS, METHODS OF MAKING THE SAME AND ARTICLES PREPARED THEREFROM - The invention provides an ethylene-based interpolymer comprising the following features: 08-12-2010
20100159179POLYMER COMPOSITIONS AND ARTICLES HAVING IMPROVED REHEAT CHARACTERISTICS - Polymer compositions, for example of polyethyleneterephthalate bottles or preforms, include a reheat additive which has reducing transmission/increasing absorbance across the IR region as the wavelength increases. The reheat additive may be a titanium nitride, made by a plasma vapour deposition technique. Advantageously, the material may be used at a lower level than hitherto known materials or may be used at the same levels as hitherto but provide a greater reheat effect. Example 3a shown in the figure illustrates the absorbance of a preferred material.06-24-2010
20100068439POLYESTER COMPOSITION WITH IMPROVED GAS BARRIER PROPERTIES AND ARTICLES THEREOF - The present invention relates to a polyester composition having a liquid antiplasticizer. The composition has improved gas barrier properties with reduced degradation and plate out effects on molds and rollers. Other embodiments of the present invention disclosed herein are articles made from the composition and methods to make such articles.03-18-2010
20100068438COATING LIQUID, GAS-BARRIER MULTILAYER STRUCTURE AND GAS-BARRIER SHAPED ARTICLE THEREFROM, AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING GAS-BARRIER MULTILAYER STRUCTURE - Gas-barrier multilayer structures and gas-barrier shaped articles are sufficiently prevented from clouding even when exposed to cold water at 30° C. or below and have excellent gas barrier properties. Processes for producing such gas-barrier multilayer structures, and coating liquids (A) of excellent coating properties that are used to produce the multilayer structures are also provided. A coating liquid (A) includes a solvent mixture of water and an organic solvent and a polycarboxylic acid polymer partially neutralized with a polyvalent metal wherein the polymer is both dissolved and dispersed as particles in the solvent mixture and wherein the particles dispersed account for 5 to 80 wt % of 100 wt % of the polycarboxylic acid polymer partially neutralized with a polyvalent metal.03-18-2010
20110135863THERMOFORMED ARTICLES MADE FROM REACTIVE EXTRUSION PRODUCTS OF BIOBASED MATERIALS - The present invention is directed to a method of producing a themoformable composite by crosslinking PHA and PLA together in the presence of an additive to produce PHA and PLA blend and resins having: (a) a T06-09-2011
20120308753Impact-Resistant Poly(Arylene Ether) Resins with Improved Clarity - The present invention which is directed to a composition comprising: 12-06-2012
20100028584METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING PRESSURE-RESISTANT CONTAINER LINER AND LIQUID CRYSTAL RESIN LINER - A resin composition formed by mixing 99 to 70 weight % of specific whole aromatic polyesteramide liquid crystal resin (A) with 1 to 30 weight % of epoxy modified polyolefin-base resin (B) and by melting and kneading both of the resins, wherein the resin composition having a melt viscosity of 60 to 4000 Pa·s at a shear rate of 1000/second at a temperature which is 20° C. higher than the melting point and having a melt tension of 20 mN or more at a take-over speed of 14.8 m/minute, is melt within a temperature range of a melting point to the melting point +40° C., a parison (P) is formed by extruding it with an extrusion speed equal to or higher than 0.3 kg/minute and lower than 5 kg/minute, a pair of moldings placed so as to sandwich the parison (P) are closed at a predetermined mold closing pressure, and air is blown into the parison (P).02-04-2010
20100068437LOW MELT FLOW RESINS FOR MEDICAL APPLICATIONS IN INJECTION-STRETCH-BLOW-MOULDING - The present invention discloses a method for preparing vials, preferably medical vials, by one-stage injection-stretch-blow-moulding with a random copolymer of propylene (RCP) having a melt index of from 1 to 3 dg/min, an ethylene content of less than 3.5 wt % with respect to the weight of the RCP and wherein the preform injection temperature is of at least 210° C.03-18-2010
20120148776Polyethylene for Rotomoulding - A novel polyethylene is devised which polyethylene is particularly advantageous for manufacturing rotomoulded articles.06-14-2012
20090053445PLASTIC BAGS AND ZIPPERS MANUFACTURED OF A POLYMERIC MATERIAL CONTAINING INORGANIC FILLER - A polymeric substrate is disclosed that comprises a plastic matrix and an inorganic filler dispersed in the plastic matrix, wherein the polymeric substrate exhibits improved OTR and WVTR. The disclosed polymeric substrate may be used in manufacturing of plastic containers, such as plastic bags for containing food products. Preferably, the improved OTR and WVTR of the polymeric substrate contribute to better storage performance of the plastic bags, eg. keeping the food products within the plastic bags from degradation and/or dehydration02-26-2009
20110064899Method for forming a Container from bi-axially Orientable Plastics Material and having an Integral Handle - A method of forming a container from bi-axially orientable plastics material and having an integral handle with the steps of forming a preform having a neck portion and an expandable portion below the neck portion, with the neck portion including a locating ring above the expandable portion and a handle molded to the non expandable at one end and molded to the expandle portion at the other end. Where the molded-in handle is the approximate length of the handle of the finished container. The unblown preform of orientable plastics is inserted into a blow molder and thereafter stretched by a stretch rod. During the stretch process the handle on the preform unbends rather than stretching to form the approximate shape of the handle in the finished container. The blow mold then closes on the stretched preform thus capturing the handle. Blow gas is then injected into the interior.03-17-2011
20110318519POLYESTER BLENDS EXHIBITING LOW TEMPERATURE TOUGHNESS - Polymer blends suitable for packaging are disclosed that include one or more impact modifiers; and one or more polyethylene terephthalate homopolymers or copolymers obtained by a melt phase polymerization using a catalyst system comprising aluminum atoms in an amount, for example, from about 3 ppm to about 60 ppm and one or more alkaline earth metal atoms, alkali metal atoms, or alkali compound residues in an amount, for example, from about 1 ppm to about 25 ppm, in each case based on the weight of the one or more polyethylene terephthalate homopolymers or copolymers The polymer blends disclosed exhibit improved low temperature toughness compared with blends made using polymers prepared with conventional catalyst systems.12-29-2011
20090004417Polyolefin composition for rotomolding - A polymer composition suitable for rotomoulding comprising I) An ethylene homopolymer or copolymer with at least one other C01-01-2009
20120207958Articles Having Improved Clarity, Prepared from Propylene-Ethylene Copolymers - Molded articles are prepared from propylene-ethylene copolymers and exhibiting improved clarity and strength properties. Articles prepared include bottles and other thin-walled articles. The articles are prepared using an isotactic propylene-ethylene random copolymer resin having an ethylene content of from about 0.5 to about 3 percent by total weight of copolymer, with a xylene solubles content of less than about 1.5 percent. The injection molded article may exhibit less than about 20 percent haze, as determined by ASTM D1003, at a thickness of about 0.08 inch (2.03 mm). Articles may also be prepared from similar copolymers having an ethylene content greater than about 3 percent by total weight of copolymer, with a xylene solubles content of less than about 4 percent by total weight of copolymer. These articles may exhibit less than about 13 percent haze, as determined by ASTM D1003, at a thickness of about 0.08 inch (2.03 mm).08-16-2012
20120058288POLYETHYLENE BASED RESIN, PRODUCING CATALYST FOR THE SAME, METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME, HOLLOW PLASTIC MOLDED ARTICLE CONTAINING POLYETHYLENE BASED RESIN, AND USE OF THE SAME - A polyethylene based resin exhibiting excellent moldability and durability and having an excellent balance between impact resistance and stiffness; and a hollow plastic molded article using the foregoing resin, which exhibits excellent moldability, durability and barrier properties and has an excellent balance between impact resistance and stiffness, are provided. The polyethylene based resin satisfies the following requirements (1) to (4): (1) a high-load melt flow rate (HLMFR) is from 1 to 100 g/10 min; (2) a density is from 0.940 to 0.960 g/cm03-08-2012
20120070600METODS OF PREVENTING OXIDATION - The present invention relates to methods for preventing oxidation of polymeric material. The invention discloses solutions for lipid- and/or cyclic deformation-initiated oxidation, methods of making oxidation and wear resistant polymeric materials, methods of preventing such oxidation and materials used therewith also are provided.03-22-2012
20110104419FIBROUS ELEMENTS AND FIBROUS STRUCTURES EMPLOYING SAME - Fibrous elements, such as filaments, and more particularly to fibrous elements employing a polymer and a wetting agent, methods for making such fibrous elements, fibrous structures employing such fibrous elements, methods for making such fibrous structures and packages containing such fibrous structures are provided.05-05-2011
20100092712POLYMER COMPOSITION AND USE THEREOF - A polymer composition includes (1) a crystalline norbornene-based polymer and (2) an amorphous alicyclic structure-containing polymer in a weight ratio of 90:10 to 50:50, the crystalline norbornene-based polymer (1) having a melting point of 110 to 145° C., an Mw measured by gel permeation chromatography of 50,000 to 200,000, and a ratio Mw/Mn of 1.5 to 10.0, and obtained by ring-opening polymerization of a polymerizable monomer mixture (1) containing 90 to 100 wt % of 2-norbornene and 0 to 10 wt % of a substituent-containing norbornene monomer, and hydrogenating the resulting polymer, and the amorphous alicyclic structure-containing polymer (2) having a Tg of 50° C. or more and not having a melting point, and obtained by polymerization of a polymerizable monomer mixture (2) containing a 2-norbornene compound and a dicyclopentadiene compound in an amount of 50 wt % or more and less than 90 wt % in total. A film obtained by molding the polymer composition has a steam permeability of 0.40 g/m04-15-2010
20120121843PHOSPHONATE POLYMERS, COPOLYMERS, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE OLIGOMERS AS FLAME RETARDANTS FOR POLYESTER FIBERS - The invention relates to the use of polyphosphonates, copoly(phosphonate ester)s, copoly(phosphonate carbonate)s, and their respective oligomers, as flame retardant additives for polyester fibers to impart fire resistance while maintaining or improving processing characteristics for melt spinning fibers.05-17-2012
20090130359Optimisation of Preform Preparation in Injection-Stretch-Blow-Moulding - This invention discloses a method for preparing a preform for two-stage injection-stretch-blow-moulding (ISBM) from polypropylene resin produced with a Ziegler-Natta catalyst system and having a melt flow index MI2 of from 1 to 20 dg/min, wherein polypropylene is injected at a melt temperature of at least 265° C. Also disclosed are the preforms obtainable by the method, the use of the preforms for preparing bottles, and the bottles prepared from the preforms.05-21-2009
20100247830BLANK FOR A CONTAINER HAVING A ROLLED RIM, AND METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME - A blank for a container having a rolled rim, comprising a hollow body of polyolefin material, having an open first end and an opposite second end with a sidewall extending between the first end and the second end, and a rim formed at the first end of the hollow body. The rim includes a flange extending outwardly from the sidewall, the flange defining a flange thickness and having an inner portion proximate the sidewall and an outer portion opposite the inner portion. The rim further includes a skirt extending downwardly from the outer portion of the flange, the skirt defining a skirt thickness and having an upper portion proximate the flange and a lower portion opposite the upper portion, the flange thickness being greater than the skirt thickness.09-30-2010
20100209646POLYBUTYLENE TEREPHTHALATE RESIN COMPOSITION AND THIN MOLDED ARTICLE - The present invention provides a polybutylene terephthalate resin composition which is free from bleeding and other problems, and improves the flowability (melt-flowability) while maintaining the characteristics such as mechanical strength or toughness. To 100 parts by weight of a composition composed of 50 to 90% by weight of (A) a polybutylene terephthalate resin and 10 to 50% by weight of (B) inorganic filler, is blended 0.05 to 5 parts by weight of (C) a glycerin fatty acid ester being composed of glycerin and/or a dehydrated condensate thereof and a fatty acid having 12 or more carbon atoms and having 200 or more hydroxyl value determined by the method specified in the description.08-19-2010
20100209647METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A BELT MEMBER AND THE BELT MEMBER - A tube material is formed by continuously extruding a thermoplastic resin material in the shape of a cylinder that has a thickness of 100 μm and a circumferential length of 800 mm. After that, in a polishing process, the tube material is rubbed with a lapping tape of #2000 while being rotated in one direction at a fixed speed, so that circumferential stripes are formed on the outer circumferential surface of the tube material. Then, the circumferential stripes are thermally transferred by pressing the outer circumferential surface of the heated tube material against a mold surface that is finished in the shape of circumferential stripes by a thermal transfer process.08-19-2010
20100080944INJECTION STRETCH BLOW MOLDING PROCESS - The present invention relates to a process for blow molding a polyethylene container comprising the steps of: 04-01-2010
20120076965PET CONTAINERS WITH ENHANCED THERMAL PROPERTIES AND PROCESS FOR MAKING SAME - A blow-molded PET container comprising a wall having a density of between about 1.370 g/cc and 1.385 g/cc, a heat-induced crystallinity of from about 18% to about 25%, and a strain-induced crystalinity of from about 55% to about 75%, wherein the PET container, when filled with a liquid having a temperature of from about 100° C. to about 132° C. or when subjected to a pasteurization or retort process, will not experience a change in volume of greater than 3%.03-29-2012
20100272940ALGAE-BLENDED COMPOSITIONS FOR THERMOPLASTIC ARTICLES - A thermoplastic material composition containing certain biodegradable and renewable components is described. The thermoplastic composition that includes a least one kind of algae or a blend of at least one kind of algae and a plant polymer a blend of algae and/or plant-based polymers, such as proteins and starches, as relatively low cost feedstock. The algae or blend may be plasticized. Additionally, a method adapted for large scale fabrication of fibers, films, or extruded articles is also described.10-28-2010
20120263902PREFORM EXTENDED FINISH FOR PROCESSING LIGHT WEIGHT ECOLOGICALLY BENEFICIAL BOTTLES - Disclosed are preforms which incorporate improvements in the region of the neck and upper segment of the body to allow the production of lightweight containers, such as bottles suitable for containing water or other beverages. In accordance with certain embodiments, the improvements include a thinner neck finish area than conventional bottles, where the thinner area is extended into the upper segment of the body portion below the support ring. Reducing the thickness in these areas of the bottle allows for less resin to be used in forming the preform and bottle.10-18-2012
20120082811Fluid-Assisted Injection Molded Articles and Process - Fluid-assisted injection molding articles and processes for producing the articles are described. In one embodiment, a fluid-assisted injection molded article is formed from a polymeric composition containing a polyethylene terephthalate homopolymer in combination with a polyethylene terephthalate copolymer. The polyethylene terephthalate copolymer may comprise a copolymer of polyethylene terephthalate with isophthalic acid. The polymeric composition can also contain a reinforcing agent, such as glass fibers. Products made in accordance with the present disclosure have shown dramatically improved surface characteristics. In particular, pitting on the surface of the molded article is minimized.04-05-2012
20120258270METHOD FOR EXTRUDING POLYMER - The invention provides a process for extruding a composition, comprising at least one polymer, through a die, comprising applying at least one processing additive (PA) onto at least one surface of the die, and extruding the composition through the die, and wherein the processing additive is applied to the die as a solution. The invention also provides a composition comprising at least one processing additive (PA), and a solvent or a solvent mixture.10-11-2012
20090202769Thermoplastic Polymer Composition - An object of the present invention is to provide a thermoplastic polymer composition which is flexible and capable of melt-molding and has excellent heat resistance and chemical resistance. Further object of the present invention is to provide a molded article, a sealing material, peripheral parts of fuel system, a fuel hose and a fuel container comprising the thermoplastic polymer composition. The present invention relates to a thermoplastic polymer composition comprising a fluororesin (A) containing a fluorine-containing ethylenic polymer (a), a crosslinked fluororubber (B) in which at least a part of at least one kind of fluororubber (b) is crosslinked, and a fluorine-containing thermoplastic elastomer (C).08-13-2009
20080299344Polyester blends exhibiting low temperature toughness - Polymer blends suitable for packaging are disclosed that include one or more impact modifiers; and one or more polyethylene terephthalate homopolymers or copolymers obtained by a melt phase polymerization using a catalyst system comprising aluminum atoms in an amount, for example, from about 3 ppm to about 60 ppm and one or more alkaline earth metal atoms, alkali metal atoms, or alkali compound residues in an amount, for example, from about 1 ppm to about 25 ppm, in each case based on the weight of the one or more polyethylene terephthalate homopolymers or copolymers The polymer blends disclosed exhibit improved low temperature toughness compared with blends made using polymers prepared with conventional catalyst systems.12-04-2008
20080292824Plastic Composite Moulded Bodies Obtainable by Welding in an Electromagnetic Alternating Field - The invention relates to plastics composite mouldings obtainable via welding in an alternating electromagnetic field, in which the weld is obtained with the aid of a plastics material which comprises nano-scale, magnetic oxidic particles, which are composed of aggregated primary particles, and where the primary particles are composed of magnetic metal oxide domains whose diameter is from 2 to 100 nm in a non-magnetic metal oxide matrix or non-magnetic metalloid oxide matrix.11-27-2008
20120328815Plastic Baby Bottles, Other Blow Molded Articles, and Processes for Their Manufacture - The invention is generally directed to baby bottles and other articles produced by blow molding from polymeric materials having glass transition temperatures ranging from 100° C. to 130° C., as well as to processes for producing them. These articles can be exposed to boiling water and can be produced by using a suitable combination of a stretch ratio of less than 3 and a preform temperature at least 20° C. greater than the glass transition temperature (Tg) of the polymeric material.12-27-2012
20100233406Stabilized Blends of Polyester and Polyamide - Disclosed are stabilized blends of polyester and polyamide. The polymer blends are stabilized with A) one or more lactone stabilizers, B) one or more di-hydrocarbyl hydrogen phosphonates or one or more di-hydrocarbyl hydrogen phosphonites or C) one or more monoacrylate esters of 2,2′-alkylidenebisphenol antioxidants. The present blends exhibit reduced color formation, a high level of whiteness/brightness and acceptably low haze formation upon heat treatment. The blends are useful to make bottles, containers and films for drinks, food and cosmetics and the like. The polyester is in particular polyethylene terephthalate, PET, and the polyamide is in particular polyamide-MXD6. Heat treatment is for example melt extrusion or solid state polymerization, SSP.09-16-2010
20100233405Stabilized Blends of Polyester and Polyamide - Disclosed are stabilized blends of polyester and polyamide. The polymer blends are stabilized with A) a combination of stabilizers a) acetaldehyde scavengers and b) stabilizers selected from phenolic antioxidants, organic phosphorus stabilizers and lactone stabilizers or B) a combination of c) lactone stabilizers and d) stabilizers selected from phenolic antioxidants and organic phosphorus stabilizers. The present blends exhibit reduced color formation, a high level of whiteness/brightness and acceptably low haze formation upon heat treatment. The blends are useful to make bottles, containers and films for drinks, food and cosmetics and the like. The polyester is in particular polyethylene terephthalate, PET, and the polyamide is in particular polyamide-MXD6. Heat treatment is for example melt extrusion or solid state polymerization, SSP.09-16-2010
20120094050OXYGEN SCAVENGING POLYESTER COMPOSITION - The invention relates to active oxygen-scavenger based polymer resin composition for oxygen barrier, a process for preparing such composition and articles such as bottles or other format of packaging. These compositions have an ability to consume an amount of oxygen and thereby deplete the level of the same from the immediate atmosphere surrounding the packaged content and at ambient temperatures.04-19-2012
20120094049TALC AS A FIRE PERFORMANCE MODIFIER IN POLYMER COMPOSITIONS - The use of talc as a fire performance modifier in polymer compositions is disclosed, in which the talc is present in an amount less than 30 percent by weight of the total weight of the polymer composition, and also in amounts ranging from 5 to 30 percent by weight of the polymer composition. In such polymer compositions, the impact performance of the composition is not compromised, the composition, for example, being useful in manufacture of plastic and polymer based pallets for storage and for warehouse use. Talc is disclosed to act as a fire performance modifier and char agent at concentrations as low as 5 weight percent in polymer compositions by modifying the Heat Release Rate shown by, first, lowering the Peak Heat Release, and second, by shortening the time period to reach the Peak Heat Release compared to the virgin polymer resin.04-19-2012
20120288657POLYESTER RESIN CONTAINER AND MOLDING PROCESS THEREOF - The technical problem to be solved by this invention is to develop a polyester resin container that can be retort-processed at a temperature in the range of above 120° C. to about 130° C. The object of this invention is to provide a polyester resin container, which is capable of improving the productivity and quality of retort foods, and a molding process thereof. The process of this invention is a double blow molding process, which comprises a primary blow molding step in which a preform is biaxially drawn and blow molded into a primary intermediate product, a thermally shrink-molding step in which the primary intermediate product is heated and forcibly shrink-molded into a secondary intermediate product, and a secondary blow molding step for blow molding the secondary intermediate product into a container, wherein a mold temperature higher than 210° C. is used in the secondary blow molding step.11-15-2012
20100196646DRY BLEND HAVING OXYGEN-SCAVENGING PROPERTIES, AND THE USE THEREOF FOR MAKING A MONOLAYER PACKAGING ARTICLE - For making a monolayer packaging article having O08-05-2010
20130011596PROPYLENE BASED RESIN COMPOSITION AND USE THEREOF - Means for Solving the Problems01-10-2013
20100129581Process for making ethylene homopolymers - A process for making an ethylene homopolymer in the presence of an oxide-supported chromium catalyst is disclosed. A small amount of an α-olefin contacted with the catalyst before polymerizing ethylene or introduced into an ethylene homopolymerization unexpectedly boosts process productivity. When used at part per million levels, the α-olefin improves productivity while maintaining desirable polymer properties. The invention is particularly valuable for making HDPE resins useful for blow molding applications.05-27-2010
20130017351PROPYLENE BASED RESIN COMPOSITION AND USE THEREOF - Means for solving the problems01-17-2013
201301713972,5-FURAN DICARBOXYLIC ACID-BASED POLYESTERS PREPARED FROM BIOMASS - Polyesters described herein are prepared in whole or in part from biomass. In one aspect, a copolyester is formed from monomers of 2,5-furan dicarboxylic acid, or a lower alkyl ester thereof, at least one aliphatic or cycloaliphatic C07-04-2013
20080220193Catalyst for olefin polymerization, method for producing olefin polymer, method for producing propylene-based copolymer, propylene polymer, propylene-based polymer composition, and use of those - A catalyst for olefin polymerization, comprising: 09-11-2008
20130142979Thermoformed IC Trays Of Poly(Phenylene Ether) Compositions - The present invention relates to a component carrier tray, and more particularly, a thermoformed carrier tray for integrated circuit (IC) components such as IC chips. The trays of the present invention have the benefit of being suitable for all parts of the IC component manufacturing process, including being suitable for the steps of transporting, sorting, storing, baking, etc. Thus the trays of the present invention reduce the need for transferring IC components from one tray to another and as a result reduce manufacturing cost and risk of part damage. The trays of the present invention are particularly suitable for mid-temperature applications.06-06-2013
20130095271POLYESTER COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING FURANDICARBOXYLIC ACID OR AN ESTER THEREOF, ETHYLENE GLYCOL AND CYCLOHEXANEDIMETHANOL - Described are polyesters comprising (a) a dicarboxylic acid component comprising 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid residues; optionally, aromatic dicarboxylic acid residues and/or modifying aliphatic dicarboxylic acid residues, ethylene glycol residues, and 1,4-cyclohexanedimethanol residues. The polyesters may be manufactured into articles such as fibers, films, bottles, coatings, or sheets.04-18-2013
20130095272POLYESTER COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING FURANDICARBOXYLIC ACID OR AN ESTER THEREOF, CYCLOBUTANEDIOL AND ETHYLENE GLYCOL - Described are polyesters comprising (a) a dicarboxylic acid component comprising 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid residues; optionally, aromatic dicarboxylic acid residues and/or modifying aliphatic dicarboxylic acid residues, 2,2,4,4-tetramethyl-1,3-cyclobutanediol residues and ethylene glycol. The polyesters may be manufactured into articles such as fibers, films, bottles, coatings, or sheets.04-18-2013
20130095269POLYESTER COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING FURANDICARBOXYLIC ACID OR AN ESTER THEREOF AND ETHYLENE GLYCOL - Described are polyesters comprising (a) a dicarboxylic acid component comprising 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid residues; optionally, aromatic dicarboxylic acid residues and/or modifying aliphatic dicarboxylic acid residues and ethylene glycol residues. The polyesters may be manufactured into articles such as fibers, films, bottles, coatings, or sheets.04-18-2013
20130095270POLYESTER COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING FURANDICARBOXYLIC ACID OR AN ESTER THEREOF, CYCLOBUTANEDIOL AND CYCLOHEXANEDIMETHANOL - Described are polyesters comprising (a) a dicarboxylic acid component comprising 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid residues; optionally, aromatic dicarboxylic acid residues and/or modifying aliphatic dicarboxylic acid residues, 2,2,4,4-tetramethyl-1,3-cyclobutanediol residues and 1,4-cyclohexanedimethanol. The polyesters may be manufactured into articles such as fibers, films, bottles, coatings, or sheets.04-18-2013
20130095268POLYESTER COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING FURANDICARBOXYLIC ACID OR AN ESTER THEREOF AND CYCLOHEXANEDIMETHANOL - Described are polyesters comprising (a) a dicarboxylic acid component comprising 2,5-furandicarboxylic acid residues; optionally, aromatic dicarboxylic acid residues and/or modifying aliphatic dicarboxylic acid residues and 1,4-cyclohexanedimethanol residues. The polyesters may be manufactured into articles such as fibers, films, bottles, coatings, or sheets.04-18-2013
20130115402POLYESTER RESIN COMPOSITION AND A PROCESS FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - Co-polyester resin compositions and processes for manufacturing resin compositions are provided, said resin compositions being suitable for extrusion blow molding for the manufacture of containers with good color, clarity for both food, non-food applications and other applications such as profile extrusions and manufacture of blown films which require high melt strength polyester.05-09-2013
20130101774Stone Based Copolymer Substrate - A stone based copolymer substrate includes calcium carbonate (CaCO3) from approximately fifty to eighty-five percent (50-85%) by weight and varying in size generally from 1.0 to 3.0 microns, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) from approximately two to twenty-five percent (2-25%) by weight and a biopolymer from approximately two to twenty-five percent (2-25%) by weight. The substrate may include a biodegradation additive from approximately three fourths of a percent to two percent (0.75-2%) by weight. By selectively adjusting the ranges of the substrate's components, various products can be made to replace current tree-based and plastic-based products. The substrate can be configured to be tear proof, water proof, fade resistant and fire retardant while utilizing less energy and producing less waste during its manufacture. In an exemplary embodiment of the invention, the stone used in the substrate includes limestone.04-25-2013
20130122228PIPES MADE FROM A POLYETHYLENE COPOLYMER WITH SLOW CRACK GROWTH - The present invention relates to a pipe consisting of a polyethylene composition which comprises—a base resin, comprising •a first ethylene homo- or copolymer (A): and •a second ethylene copolymer (B); and the polyethylene composition further comprises—a phenol-type stabilizer (C); and—a phenol-type stabilizer (D); whereby stabilizers (C) and (D) are different. The present invention is furthermore directed to the use of—a phenol-type stabilizer (C); and—a phenol-type stabilizer (D); where-by stabilizers (C) and (D) are different and, optionally,—a further stabilizer (E) selected from •phosphorous containing stabilizer (E1); •sulphur containing stabilizers (E2); •nitrogen containing stabilizers (E3); and/or •mixtures thereof; for increasing the slow crack growth resistance of pipes.05-16-2013
20090220719LOW FUEL-PERMEABLE THERMOPLASTIC VESSELS BASED ON POLYOXYMETHYLENE - The present invention relates to thermoplastic hollow vessels, tanks, drums and other industrially applicable housings. The invention is adaptable as plastic fuel tanks with low fuel permeability, e.g., less than 5 g.·mm/m2 day as a mono-layer structure. These vessels exhibit good sub 0 0C impact properties and are formed by relatively inexpensive blow molding or rotomolding processes. Disclosed are mono-layered hollow vessels comprising an uncompatibilized, fused blend composition of polyoxymethylene, thermoplastic polyurethane and a copolyester. In one embodiment mono-layered hollow vessels comprise uncompatibilized, fused polyoxymethylene, thermoplastic polyurethane and copolyester in the respective wt. amounts of 100, 5-15 and 5-15. According to a more preferred aspect the wt. ratio of thermoplastic polyurethane to copolyester is from 1:3 to 3:1.09-03-2009
20110223367LOW TEMPERATURE MOLDING PROCESS FOR MAKING SOLID BIODEGRADABLE ARTICLES - The present invention is directed toward a process for making solid biodegradable articles from wheat gluten. Hydrated wheat gluten is provided in the form of a cohesive, elastic dough. The cohesive, elastic dough comprises at least 8% by weight wheat gluten and wherein the wheat gluten comprises a protein having a primary structure. The cohesive, elastic dough is formed into a shaped article and placed in an environment sufficient to remove excess water from the shaped article without modifying the primary structure of the wheat gluten protein, such that a solid biodegradable article results. The solid biodegradable articles of the present invention comprise at least 8% by weight wheat gluten.09-15-2011
20100297375BOTTOM OF HOLLOW WARE OBTAINED BY THE BLOW MOULDING OR STRETCH-BLOW MOULDING OF A THERMOPLASTIC HOLLOW WARE PREFORM HAVING SUCH A BOTTOM - Bottom of hollow ware obtained by the blow moulding or stretch-blow moulding of a thermoplastic preform, this bottom having a transverse bearing surface and, on either side of this transverse bearing surface, a transverse external edge (11-25-2010
20100316827Article Comprising Light Absorbent Composition to Mask Visual Haze and Related Methods - A transparent article includes a continuous polyester matrix having at least one incompatible filler dispersed therein. The incompatible filler provides domains in the polyester matrix, each domain having a particular dimension, thus providing a range of dimensions for the domains in the article. To create haze, the dimensions are within the range of from about 380 nm to about 720 nm. Once the range of dimensions is determined, a light absorbent composition can be found which absorbs light at a range of wavelengths that at least substantially covers the range of dimensions of the domains. In doing so, it has been found that the haze of the article can be substantially masked. Method for producing the article and for masking the haze are also provided.12-16-2010
20100316826Article Comprising Light Absorbent Composition to Mask Visual Haze and Related Methods - A transparent article includes a continuous polyester matrix having at least one incompatible filler dispersed therein. The incompatible filler provides domains in the polyester matrix, each domain having a particular dimension, thus providing a range of dimensions for the domains in the article. To create haze, the dimensions are within the range of from about 380 nm to about 720 nm. Once the range of dimensions is determined, a light absorbent composition can be found which absorbs light at a range of wavelengths that at least substantially covers the range of dimensions of the domains. In doing so, it has been found that the haze of the article can be substantially masked. Method for producing the article and for masking the haze are also provided.12-16-2010
20100316825Article Comprising Light Absorbent Composition to Mask Visual Haze and Related Methods - A transparent article includes a continuous polyester matrix having at least one incompatible filler dispersed therein. The incompatible filler provides domains in the polyester matrix, each domain having a particular dimension, thus providing a range of dimensions for the domains in the article. To create haze, the dimensions are within the range of from about 380 nm to about 720 nm. Once the range of dimensions is determined, a light absorbent composition can be found which absorbs light at a range of wavelengths that at least substantially covers the range of dimensions of the domains. In doing so, it has been found that the haze of the article can be substantially masked. Method for producing the article and for masking the haze are also provided.12-16-2010
20100316824POLYAMIDE-POLYDIENE BLENDS WITH IMPROVED OXYGEN REACTIVITY - This application discloses the use of polyamide-polydiene blends to improve the oxygen reactivity in the presence of ionic polyester compatibilizers.12-16-2010
20120282422BIMODAL POLYETHYLENE FOR INJECTION STRETCH BLOW MOULDING APPLICATIONS - A polyethylene resin having a multimodal molecular weight distribution comprising at least two polyethylene fractions A and B, fraction A being substantially free of comonomer and having a lower weight average molecular weight and a higher density than fraction B, each fraction prepared in different reactors of two reactors connected in series in the presence of a Ziegler-Natta catalyst system, the polyethylene resin having a density of from 0.950 to 0.965 g/cm11-08-2012
20130183467POLYESTER RESINS WITH PARTICULAR CARBON BLACK AS A REHEAT ADDITIVE IN THE PRODUCTION OF STRETCH BLOW MOLDED BOTTLES AND CONTAINERS - Provided is a polyester or co-polyester resin used in the manufacture of preforms suitable for making bottles and containers containing a carbon black, particularly lamp black carbon black, with a primary particle size in a range of from 100 to 160 nanometers.07-18-2013
20130183468Process For The Manufacture of an Article Comprising a Recess - The present invention relates to a process for blowing an article with at least one recess.07-18-2013
20130183470ULTRA-HIGH IV POLYESTER FOR EXTRUSION BLOW MOLDING AND METHOD FOR ITS PRODUCTION - An ultra-high IV polyester suitable for high melt strength end-uses, such as injection blow molding, pipe extrusion, profile extrusion, and extrusion blow molding, is provided, having IV of greater than 0.9; and a process for its production having high IV lift rate during SSP processing.07-18-2013
20130183469RESIN SHEET FOR HOLLOW ENCAPSULATION AND PRODUCTION METHOD FOR THE SHEET, AND PRODUCTION METHOD FOR HOLLOW ELECTRONIC PART APPARATUS AND HOLLOW ELECTRONIC PART APPARATUS - A resin sheet is provided for hollow encapsulation excellent in productivity, and excellent in resin strength and heat resistance as well. The resin sheet for hollow encapsulation to be used for subjecting electronic parts mounted on an aggregate substrate to hollow encapsulation includes an epoxy resin composition containing the following components (A) to (D), in which the resin sheet for hollow encapsulation has, in one surface of a sheet main body, a plurality of cavities for storing the electronic parts to subject the parts to hollow encapsulation: (A) an epoxy resin; (B) a curing agent; (C) an inorganic filler; and (D) a curing accelerator.07-18-2013
20090011164Thermoplastic Polymer Composition - An object of the present invention is to provide a thermoplastic polymer composition which is flexible and capable of melt-molding and has excellent heat resistance, chemical resistance and oil resistance. The thermoplastic polymer composition comprises 10 to 95% by weight of a fluororesin (A) and 90 to 5% by weight of a crosslinked fluororubber (B), in which the fluororubber (A) comprises a fluorine-containing ethylenic polymer (a) having a melting point of 120° to 330° C. and the crosslinked fluororubber (B) is obtained by cross-linking dynamically at least one kind of fluororubber (b-1) or a fluorine-containing thermoplastic elastomer (b-2) in the presence of the fluororubber (A) and a crosslinking agent (C) under melting condition.01-08-2009
20130189465Injection Stretch Blow Molded Articles and Polymers for Use Therein - Injection stretch blow molded (ISBM) articles and methods of forming the same are described herein. The ISBM articles generally include a propylene-based impact copolymer.07-25-2013
20120021158POLYESTER COMPOSITIONS WHICH COMPRISE CYCLOBUTANEDIOL HAVING CERTAIN CIS/TRANS RATIOS - Described are polyester compositions comprising (a) a dicarboxylicacidcomponent comprising terephthalic acid residues; optionally, aromatic dicarboxylic acid or aliphatic dicarboxylic acid residues; 2,2,4,4-tetramethyl-1,3-cyclobutanediol residues, wherein said 2,2,4,4-tetramethyl-1,3-cyclobutanediol contains certain cis to trans ratios; and 1,4-cyclohexanedimethanol residues.01-26-2012
20130196104METHOD FOR PRODUCING THERMOPLASTIC RESIN COMPOSITION, THERMOPLASTIC RESIN COMPOSITION, AND MOLDED ARTICLE - The present invention provides a thermoplastic resin composition, which is excellent in low-temperature toughness and high-temperature creep characteristics, by a method for producing a thermoplastic resin composition by melt-kneading: 08-01-2013
20130202834BIMODAL POLYETHYLENE FOR BLOW-MOULDING APPLICATIONS - The invention relates to A process for the polymerisation of ethylene to produce a polyethylene resin in at least two slurry loop reactors connected to each other in series, the resin having a bimodal molecular weight distribution, a molecular weight distribution MWD of at least 7.0, an HLMI of from 1 to 100 g/10 min, and a density of from 0.935 to 0.960 g/cm08-08-2013

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