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Addcon World 2002


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Addcon World 2002
Author: Conference Proceedings
ISBN 978-1-85957-318-1

Published: 2002
Budapest, Hungary, 22-23 October 2002

pages 320

Price: $195.00 + S&H
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Addcon World is the established additives, modifiers and compounding conference. Running for the last seven years the two day conference focused on the technical advances and issues facing the plastic additives and modifiers industry. This year’s conference provided the best opportunity to hear the latest developments and discuss the future possibilities of the additives business.

The papers presented discussed new developments in polyolefin and PVC stabilizers, flame retardants, impact modifiers, compatibilizers, pelletizing, masterbatches, biodegradable blown film, dispersants, fillers and coupling agents. They offer the facts about biocides, in-line compounding, and colour variable pigments.

Delegates and speakers at Addcon were from all branches of the additives community, including industry, research institutes and universities; from Western and Eastern Europe, the USA, India and beyond.

List of Papers

SESSION 1: BROAD TRENDS IN THE ADDITIVES MARKET


Paper 1: Additive Trends in the Global Engineering Plastics Industry
Louis Kattas, BRG Townsend, Inc, USA
Paper 2: The Flame Retardants Controversy: Fire Safety and Environmental Protection
Adrian Beard, Clariant (Germany) - BU Additives FuE, Germany and Veronique Steukers, Albermarle Europe, Belgium
Paper 3: Plasticisers for PVC; Health and Environmental Impact
David Cadogan, European Council for Plasticisers and Intermediates, Belgium
Paper 4: Virtual Additive-Packages for Solving Technical Issues of Polymer Compounders and Processors
Raphael Mestanza and Karine Boutouta, SpecialChem, France
SESSION 2: FILLERS
Paper 5: Optical Aspects of Mineral Additives in Polymers~
Luc Van Aken, Sibelco, Belgium
Paper 6: A Novel Coupling Agent Technology
John D Schofield, Avecia Pigments & Additives, UK
SESSION 3: STABILISERS (1)
Paper 7: Organic Phosphate Stabilisers
Don Stevenson, Dover Chemicals Corporation, USA
Paper 8: Advances in Light Stabilisation for Plastics; New UV Stabilisers for Automotive Interior TPO Systems
Frank Cangelosi, Brent Saunders, Paolo Arnaboldi, Ivan Vulic, Cytec Industries, USA
Paper 9: New Solutions for PP Fibre Stabilisation
Klaus Keck-Antoine, Great Lakes Technology Belgium, Belgium
Paper 10: Synergism Between Polymer Antioxidants; Kinetic Modelling
Ludmila Audouin, ENSAM, Paris, France
SESSION 4: PROTECTING AGAINST MICRO-ORGANISMS
Paper 11: The Why, What and Wherefore of Anti-Microbial Systems Julie Simmons, Wells Plastics Ltd, UK
Paper 12: Problems and Pitfalls in the Evaluation and Design of New Biocides for Plastics
Chris Kneale, Avecia Biocides, UK
SESSION 5A: INNOVATIONS IN ADDITIVES
Paper 13: 3D-Microgranulates - Special Performance and Effects
Michael Bauer, Inprotec AG, Germany
Paper 14: Blown Films from LLDPE, incorporating Biodegradable Additive
Rangaprasad Rajanarasimhamurthy & Yatish B. Vasudeo, Reliance Industries Limited, India
Paper 15: Functionalised Polyolefins: performance Additives for Filled Polyolefin Composites
Mark Moody, Crompton Europe Ltd, UK
Paper 16: Compatibilisation of PC/ABS Blends with Core-Shell Particles
Jeroen Wiersma & Fabrizio Trinchero, Rohm & Haas France SAS, France
SESSION 6A: FLAME RETARDANTS
Paper 17: Excellent Flow and Conveyance Behaviour, Low Dust Emission and Outstanding Properties of Halogen Free Flame Retardant Compounds Realised by a New Generation of Aluminium Trihydrate (ATH)
Reiner Sauerwein, Nabaltec GmbH, Germany
Paper 18: Optimising Properties of Halogen Free Flame Retardant Polyolefins Through the Use of Zinc Borates as Multi-Functional Synergists
Robert Leeuwendal, Borax Europe Ltd, UK
Paper 19: Combination of Flame-Retardant and UV-Stabiliser Masterbatches for Outdoor Seating Areas
Johannes Suschnig, Gabriel-Chemie Ges.m.b.H, Austria
SESSION 7A: PVC STABILISERS
Paper 20: Degradation of PVC with Different Additives Studied by Micro Raman Spectroscopy
Andreas Gupper and Peter Wilhelm, Zentrum für Elektronenmikroskopie Graz, Austria and Michael Schiller, Chemson Polymer Additive AG, Austria
SESSION 5B: COMPOUNDING, MASTERBATCHES AND PROCESSING
Paper 21: In-Line Compounding - The Economic Way of Production
Detlef Kühlborn, Krauss-Maffei Kunststofftechnik GmbH, Germany
Paper 22: Perfect Spheres - A New Shape for Better Additives
Horst Müller, W Sigworth and D Roberts, Rieter Automatik GmbH, Germany
Paper 23: High Performance Dispersing Additives for Pigment Concentrates
Heike Buskies-Keup, Stefan Stadtmueller and Markus Weimann, Degussa Performance Chemicals, Germany
SESSION 6B: STABILISERS (2)
Paper 25 Stabilization of Syndiotactic Polistyrene Obtained in Presence of CpTiCl2(OPhCl) /MAO Catalyst
Ewa Kowalska, Prof. W. Skupiñski, T. Wolniewski, Chem.Eng.and Dr. Z. Wielgosz, Industrial Chemistry Research Institute, Poland
SESSION 7B: IMPACT MODIFIERS
Paper 27 Improvement of the Properties of Polyethylene with Chlorinated Polyethylene
Kalman Marossy, BorsodChem, Hungary
Paper 28 Tubular Acrylate Copolymers as Modifiers for Thermoplastics to Improve Impact Strength and Compatibility
Karlheinz Hausmann, DuPont de Nemours International SA, Switzerland
SESSION 8: STABILISERS (3)
Paper 29 Investigations into Weathered Profiles in Daily Use
Walter Fischer and Michael Schiller, Chemson Polymer-Additive AG, Austria
Paper 30 Effect of Testing Conditions on Performance and Durability of Stabilisers in Plastics
Jan Pospí?il, Inst. of Macromolecular Chemistry, Czech Republic, S Nespurek, Z Horak and W D Habicher, Inst of Organic Chemistry, Technical University of Dresden, Germany
Paper 31 ew Additive Solutions for Stabilising ABS
Alex Wegmann, Ciba Specialty Chemicals Inc, Switzerland

 

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