clarifying agent


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clarifying agent

[′klar·ə‚fī·iŋ ‚ā·jənt]
(chemical engineering)
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Milliken & Company has unveiled plans for a major capacity expansion of its Millad[R]NX[TM] 8000 clarifying agent for polypropylene (PP) at its Allen facility in Blacksburg, South Carolina, USA.
To do so, precipitation process or fining was recommended through the usage of main precipitator and clarifying agent.
Milliken's pioneering clarifying agent for PP, Millad NX 8000, lets processors produce parts with outstanding optics at lower processing temperature and shorter cycle times than is possible with other clarifying agents.
Exceptional clarity of Polypropylene (PP) Qrystal random copolymer for thin-wall containers: A new-generation clarifying agent improves the aesthetics of SABIC's Qrystal PP.
Innovative packaging company, Milliken, has launched a new clarifying agent for use with polypropylene (PP) as a sustainable alternative to using PET for cosmetic packaging.
Leatrice Eiseman, author of Colour: Messages and Meanings, said: "It follows the global trends in home furnishings, fashion, consumer products and industrial design, where we are seeing a return to white as a clarifying agent, a colour of purity and minimalism.
It follows the global trends in home furnishings, fashion, consumer products, and industrial design where we're seeing a return to white as a clarifying agent before change, a color of purity and minimalism," Eiseman adds.
A common processing aid, lime, is used as a clarifying agent in organic cane sugar processing, removing cane fibers and field debris.
Two resins, PP30HF01 and PP33HF04 polypropylene-ethylene copolymer resins feature Millad 3988 clarifying agent from Milliken Chemical.
Oriented structures--shish-kebabs and stacks of lamellae--are also found at the surfaces, depending on the material and the clarifying agent, as for BM-B in Fig.
introduced a bill that would amend the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act to require that imported French wines be labeled with the statement, "Dried animal blood is occasionally used as a clarifying agent in French wines.
The enzyme, which has been used by craft brewers around the world as a clarifying agent since it was introduced more than five years ago, works to break down proteins, including gluten, in the beer.