Polymera

Polymera

[pə′lim·ə·rə]
(invertebrate zoology)
Formerly a subphylum of the Vermes; equivalent to the phylum Annelida.
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TrelleborgA A is a global engineering group focused on polymerA technology.
Polymera, a producer of wood and natural fibre polymer composite compounds, has announced the addition of a new WPC compound capacity at their central Ohio facility, said to have cost [pounds sterling] 60 million.
Polymera can provide technology assistance in addition to the WPC compounds.
parkeri Dog 2 - - - Dog 3 - - - Vegetation - - - (a) PCR, polymera se chain reaction; SFG, spotted fever group.
In this second part, Therefore, we conclude that with a degree of polymera desired number-average degree of polymerization, DPnd, of 11 was reached.
Beologic, CertainTeed, Crane Plastics, Deceuninck, Findock, FKuR Kunststoff, Guangzhou Kindwood, Josef Ehrler, Louisiana-Pacific, North Wood Plastics, OnSpec Composites, Perth Wood Plastic Composite, Plygem Holdings, Polymera, Polyplank, Solvay, Strandex, Tamko Building Products, Technaro, UPM-Kymmene, and WPC.
Trelleborg A is a global engineering group focused on polymerA technology.
The plant houses three 86-mm, conical twin-screw extruders from Milacron LLC, Batavia, Ohio, which Polymera will use as a bridge to a customer's own manufacturing process or for customer disaster recovery.
Polymera says it can supply wood and natural fiber polymer-composite materials in agglomerate, compounds, or extruded profiles from its blending systems capable of over 50 million lbs/yr, "supplemented with high-output, energy-efficient twin-screw WPC extrusion lines for custom profile production.

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