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vinyl

1. of, consisting of, or containing the monovalent group of atoms CH2CH-
2. of, consisting of, or made of a vinyl resin
3. any vinyl polymer, resin, or plastic, esp PVC
4. (collectively) conventional records made of vinyl as opposed to compact discs

vinyl

Any of various tough, flexible plastics made from polyvinyl resin. See also: Plexiglas

vinyl

A thermoplastic compound made from polymerized vinyl chloride, vinylide chloride, or vinyl acetate; includes some plastics made from styrene and other chemicals.
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We are pleased to welcome the associates of Ngai Hing PlastChem Company to PolyOne," said Robert Rosenau, senior vice president and general manager, Vinyl Compounds.
028 Source: Teknor Apex Company Table 2 Time Before Onset of Degradation or Discoloration in Three 80 Shore A Vinyl Compounds Stabilizer Formulation, Minutes Test Results per Heat Standard Medical Best Non-Medical Performance Test (Calcium-Zinc) (Barium-Cadmium) Dynamic stability (a) (at 205 [degrees]C and 100 rpm) 21 48 Static stability (b) (at 210 [degrees]C) Initial color 10 20 Decomposition 40 60 Test Results per Heat New Medical Performance Test (Proprietary) Dynamic stability (a) (at 205 [degrees]C and 100 rpm) >60 Static stability (b) (at 210 [degrees]C) Initial color 20 Decomposition 50 (a)Relates to behavior of PVC during extrusion when it is subject to shear.
With the formation of the vinyl compound CME network, PolyOne will complete the modernization of the North American operations of Plastic Compounds and Colors (PCC), its largest business unit.
We have to take seriously the promise that we deliver quality products on time," said Richard Loynes, Commercial Director at Vinyl Compounds.
The bio-based vinyl compounds - which are ideal for wire and cable, medical uses and a range of general-purpose customer needs in the area of environmental-oriented applications - can be custom blended at Georgia Gulf's Aberdeen, Gallman, Madison and Prairie facilities in Mississippi.
Under the agreement, Teknor Apex was granted exclusive marketing rights in North America for flexible vinyl compounds containing Dow Ecolibrium Bio-Based Plasticisers in applications including consumer and industrial products, medical devices, automotive components and wire and cable products.
New Bio Vinyl flexible vinyl compounds from Teknor Apex Company incorporate phthalate-free Dow Ecolibrium Bio-Based Plasticizers, which are manufactured using plant byproducts by Dow Electrical and Telecommunications, a unit of The Dow Chemical Company.
In addition to supplying medical-grade vinyl compounds worldwide, Teknor Apex says it produces plasticizers for captive use and for sale on the merchant market, including phthalates and all important alternative types.
6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- PolyOne Corporation , a leading global provider of specialized polymer materials, services, and solutions, today announced its portfolio of non-phthalate and Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act-compliant plastisol and flexible vinyl compounds, which can help manufacturers and suppliers create toys and childcare products considered safe by consumers and regulators.
OnColor(TM) non-phthalate masterbatches for vinyl -- Geon(TM) non-phthalate flexible vinyl compounds -- Geon(TM) non-phthalate vinyl plastisols -- Wilflex(TM) Oasis(TM) water-based inks -- Wilflex(TM) Epic Series non-phthalate inks -- Wilflex(TM) QuantumOne non-phthalate, non-PVC inks -- PolyOne alternative plasticizers -- PolyOne engineered thermoplastics and rigid vinyl compounds
The Geon Performance Polymers segment includes Geon Compounds, which is the new name for PolyOne's Vinyl Compounds business, as well as Specialty Coatings and Resins.