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Show Preview Uhde Inventa-Fischer The Polymer Division of ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions AG focuses on the development, engineering and construction of efficient plant concepts and processes in the fields of monomers, intermediates, polymers and machinery. In line with its vision of sustainably replacing a considerable amount of conventionally produced materials in the near future, the company specializes in the development of costefficient processes for the production of non-petroleumbased chemicals and plastics, such as lactic acid, lactide and polylactic acid, or succinic acid and polybutylene succinate. State-of-the-art biotechnologies are backed by more than 50 years‘ experience in the development, engineering and design of leading polymerization processes, as well as the engineering and construction of more than 400 production plants throughout the world. Hall N3, Booth L11 Nafigate (at booth of Jiangsu Clean Environmental) Czech company Nafigate Corporation, specialized in the transfer of high-tech technologies, has introduced its unique Hydal biotechnology to the Chinese market. Developed by a team led by Associate Professor Ivana Marova at Brno University of Technology, this revolutionary biotechnology can transform waste cooking oil – of which China has a huge surplus - into the biopolymer PHA. Nafigate is currently engaged in the construction of a pilot plant and the parallel construction of a first large-scale plant. Nafigate has partnered on this project with China-based Suzhou Cleanet, a company that collects and processes waste cooking oil at an increasing number of locations in China. The economical Hydal technology makes use of a waste product and therefore requires no inputs such as corn and sugar from the food chain. The PHA materials generated by this technology are therefore extremely competitive in price. Hall N3, Booth M09 Cathay Biotech Cathay Biotech is launching Terryl, a competitive renewable polyamide this year at Chinaplas. Produced with biobased pentanediamine, Terryl is the first large-scale odd/even polyamide on the market. This odd/even arrangement gives a moisture absorbance similar to cotton, offering textile producers a final fabric with the strength of nylon and the feel of cotton. In addition, Terryl’s 8oC lower melt point than PA66 provides easier processing for injection molding applications A global diacid (C11 to C15) supplier since 2003, Cathay now offers a new nylon monomer, pentanediamine (C-Bio N5), to the industry. C-Bio N5 has a 9°C melt point at 99% concentration and unlike HMDA, can be shipped as a liquid at room temperature. Use of C-Bio N5 in a polyamide requires 8% less diamine than use of HMDA. 100% renewable polyamide 512 and 510 show crystal clear clarity due to the odd-even structure. Polyamide salts are also available. PA56 salt solution has 20% higher solubility than 66 salt. Hall N3, Booth S53 Hangzhou Seemore Hangzhou Seemore New Material Technology offers leading-edge technological innovations that allow the manufacturing of biodegradable modified compounds and relative functional additives. The company’s Bioseemore brand focuses on additives for biodegradable resins such as PLA, PHA or PBAT. The brand encompasses a range of additives, including Nano Compatibilizer TMP1000, Hydrolysis Resistant Stabilizer TMP2000, PLA Nucleating Agent TMP3000, Epoxy Chain extender TMP6000, Multi-Functional Compatibilizer EX501, Melt Enhancer ZQ-T400, Branched Plasticizer ZS- T300 etc. PLA Nucleating Agent TMP3000 increases the thermal resistance and significantly accelerates the crystallization process, thus broadening the application field of PLA. The Biopolysun brand comprises modified compounds, including the high transparent/high tensile strength PLA film resin FM216/FM215, the transparent and heat resistant - up to 110oC (230F), which allows the bottles to be sterilized by boiling - PLA feeding bottle resin 5100D, heat resistant PLA tableware resin 2100D and PLA supercritical CO 2 foaming resin 7100FP. Hall N3, Booth L06 30 bioplastics MAGAZINE [02/14] Vol. 9

Show Preview Arkema For 60 years, Arkema has developed castor oil derivatives chemistry to produce its signature biobased PA11 under the Rilsan name. The PA6.10, PA10.10, and even PA1012 Hiprolon product ranges were launched for injection and extrusion applications requiring more rigidity. Flexible, biobased elastomeric materials with the same performance as standard Pebax have been developed; a biobased version of transparent PA Rilsan Clear Rnew has recently been launched to promote the sustainable development required in optic and E&E markets. Better thermal resistance is provided by Rilsan HT, a flexible polyphthalamide (PPA)-based material designed to replace metal, rubber or fluorinated polymers in high-temperature tubing applications, especially in automotive and trucks. To meet the demand for high-performance polyamides from emerging economies, Arkema tripled its highperformance polyamides Hiprolon production capacity to 15,000 kt/a in 2013. Together with the newly opened technical center CRDC, this enables Arkema to provide a faster response, and even tailor-made solutions to Asian customers in a short time. Hall N3, Booth K03 Join the international trade fair for horticulture technology MARK YOUR CALENDAR 10 -11-12 June 2014 Amsterdam, The Netherlands THE BRAND NEW BIENNIAL EXHIBITION GREENTECH IS THE GLOBAL MEETING PLACE FOR ALL PROFESSIONALS INVOLVED IN HORTICULTURE TECHNOLOGY, OFFERING: > Unique focus on horticulture technology > Complete overview of the latest products, technologies and innovations > Worldwide innovations in the spotlight > Inspiration through three sustainable themes: Water - Energy - Biobased > Unrivalled networking and cutting-edge knowledge programme > Exciting Amsterdam THE BEATING HEART OF THE INTERNATIONAL HORTICULTURE INDUSTRY IN AMSTERDAM AND ITS SURROUNDINGS. DON’T MISS IT ! IN COOPERATION WITH FOR MORE INFORMATION ORGANISED BY bioplastics MAGAZINE [02/14] Vol. 9 31

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