Specialty additives have been developed that increase extrusion line speed, reduce die drool build up, improve flow properties, improve coefficient of friction, and more. These materials have a broad range of benefits, to improve processing and product performance. This webinar is a “must see” for product manufacturers, extruders, and injection molders looking to improve processing while attaining superior product performance.
Thu, May 27, 2021, 11:00 am
- 12:00 pm
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Who can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only)
Additives for line speed and die drool improvement
High-flow SAN carrier resins, chain extenders and compatibilizers
Additives to improve coefficient of friction
Anti-scratch and mar additives
Impact modifiers, coupling agents and flame-retardant masterbatches
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As a business unit manager, Mike and his team are responsible for sourcing and distributing high-value additives for the plastics industry. These include compatibilizers, surface modifiers, chain extenders, flame retardants, impact modifiers,...
Cosimo Carfagna joined SACO AEI Polymers in 2013 as global business development manager in the additives area. The main focus of his position is on business development with functional additives, flame retardants, masterbatches and customized...
Emily graduated from Case Western University in 2016 with a B.S. in polymer science and engineering. She has worked in the wire and cable industry since graduation, starting out as a materials engineer at a wire and cable manufacturer. She joined...
With over 25 years of experience in plastics processing—including wire and cable, extrusion, injection molding, compounding and blow molding—Dale Zevotek brings an experienced and determined approach to any processing challenge. Dale started in...
Danielle has been working in the additives space at SACO AEI Polymers since graduating from Winona State University in 2015. Her first several years were spent developing several new impact modifiers and coupling agents for the SACO product...