Soft and chemical resistant rotomoulding and lining
Ambra Powder portfolio includes micronization in several colors and particle size distributions of the polymer granules from their Principals as below, as well as tailor-made powders for a large range of polymers.
Arkema granules portfolio includes EVA Evatane® and EMA, EBA Lotryl® for further micronization by the customer.
The highest chemical resistance is ensured by Kureha KF Polymer PVDF (Poly-Vinylidene-Fluoride). KF Polymer is a fluoropolymer showing excellent resistance to degradation caused by chemical corrosion and heat. KF Polymer is also intrinsically flame retardant. Kureha is one of the largest PVDF neat polymer producers since 1970 and it KF Polymer resin exerts the highest whiteness and purity on the market with very low level of extractables (Total Organic Carbons, metals and metal ions).
Short and long chain polyamides are also often used for their good combination of chemical and thermal resistance. Specific PA6 and PA6.6 compounds for chemical resistance are available with Poliblend Polimid® portfolio. Specific tailor-made Ambramid® PA6 and PA6.6 can also be developed.
Long-chain polyamides are available with Arkema Pebax®, Rilsan® and Rilsamid®, and Nexis Fibers PA6.10 and 6.12.
Sipol Sipolprene® TPC-ET thermoplastic elastomers are polyester-polyether block copolymers with specially desirable features, including outstanding mechanical properties, flexibility and softness versatility, flexural fatigue resistance, high impact strength, heat stability, resistance to oils, solvents and chemicals in general, abrasion resistance, good electrical dissipative factors, and soft-touch. High technical applications include rotational moulding and coating components for automotive, industrial, sports and leisure.
Ambra TPC Regrind Black 1 is also available in powder form for the same applications at advantageous price.