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ELASTOSIL® LR 3003/90
Stress test with ELASTOSIL® LR 3003/90. WACKER, the Munich-based chemical company, will showcase this new liquid silicone rubber at K 2016, the International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber. With a Shore A value of 90 after curing, the new grade achieves an exceptionally high level of hardness and rigidity.Order photo
WACKER will be introducing novel VINNEX® polymer grades for bioplastic compounds at the 20th International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber K 2016. The new additives can considerably enhance the processing and property profile of biopolyesters or blends with starch. VINNEX®-Products are avaible as microgranulate, granulate or powder.Order photo
VINNEX® - biodegradable films
At K 2016, the Munich based chemical group WACKER will present novel additives for bioplastic compounds. VINNEX® additives make the produc¬tion of highly transparent, biodegradable films and injection molded products made of PLA and/or PBS better and easier.Order photo
GENIOPLAST® - Wood Plastic Composites (WPC)
At the International Trade Fair for Plastics and Rubber, K 2016, the Munich-based chemical group, WACKER, will be showcasing new additives for the manufacture of wood-based plastics, so-called wood-plastic composites (WPC).Order photo
ELASTOSIL® Film - Wearables
The graphic shows how wearables made of ELASTOSIL® Film work. Limb movement stretches and releases the wearable sensor and causes subtle changes in capacitance. These can be measured even as fine nuances and used for sensory purposes in textiles, for example to display body movements. Wearable sensors open up new possibilities for virtual motion capture for therapy and training purposes.Order photo