nuplex

nuplex

[′nü‚pleks]
(nucleonics)
Proposed nuclear reactor which would both produce electrical power and heat water for desalination and other industrial benefits.
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HK Research Corporation - Interplastic Corporation - Nuplex Industries Ltd.
Some other companies operating in the global market includes Synthomer, Wacker Chemie AG, DIC Corporation, Nuplex Industry and Omnova Solution.
esins: excellent performance polymer made by nuplex Australia.
New Zealand; the topcoat was either a two-pot polyurethane varnish, Bayer Desmophen A665 (hydroxyl-bearing polyacrylate)/Desmodur N3390 (aliphatic polyisocyanate hardener based on hexamethylene diisocyanate); or an acrylic topcoat, a water-borne thermoplastic, Viscopol 6882, from Nuplex Industries, New Zealand.
Akzo Nobel sold its resins operation to Nuplex Industries of New Zealand last year but chose to keep its printing resins business.
The Australian composites market is characterized by presence of global players - Reichhold, Ashland, Owens Corning, Nuplex Industries, PPG, Cytec, Hexcel, and Gurit in the materials side.
High Efficiency Sag Control Materials" was presented by Michael Gessner of Nuplex Resins.
The Dow Chemical Company, DSM, Arkema SA, Nuplex Industries Limited, and Momentive are some of the major suppliers of the resins in the coating applications.
Nanobiomatters * Nuplex Resins LLC * Polymer Partners * PQ Corporation * Schlenk Metallic Pigment * Solvay * Specialty Minerals, Inc.
A, Stepan Company, Arkema Coating Resins, Evonik Industries, Hitachi Chemicals, Nippon Gohsei, Allnex (Cytec), Nuplex Resins, Dic Corporation, Momentive, Kimteks, Thai Urethane Plastic Co.
Moly White Pigments Group * North American Packaging (Nampac) * Nuplex Resins LLC * OMG Americas * Pflaumer Brothers, Inc.
Asia Pacific Specialty Chemicals, see Nuplex Industries