One of the big trends at K 2007 is the availability of new compounds that deal with tightening regulations on chemicals used to make plastics flame retardant, particularly for consumer electronics products. Example: Clariant Masterbatches announced Renol, a new color that is FR compliant for polycarbonate/ABS alloys used in such products as televisions. They can be used at loadings of just 3 percent.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory has developed a surface preparation method to improve joining carbon composites with aluminum, with potentially far-reaching ramifications for high-volume industrial applications.
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