polybutylene


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Noun1.polybutylene - a polymer of butylene; used in lubricants and synthetic rubber
butene, butylene - any of three isomeric hydrocarbons C4H8; all used in making synthetic rubbers
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Sabic said in January it had agreed with Osos Petrochemicals to consider taking a 35 per cent stake in the joint venture polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) complex.
capacity, the RC-1625 ratchet cutter easily cuts plastic pipe and tubing such as PVC and CPVC, as well as PEX, polyethylene, polybutylene and rubber hose.
com; Auburn Hills, MI), the determination was made that the 26 painted body panels should be injected molded with PC/PBT composite (a blend of polycarbonate and polybutylene terephthalate), a material more commonly used for automotive bumpers and side moldings.
The United Maritime Lines, a private Saudi company, is planning a $1 bn polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) production complex at Yanbu'.
It says it will begin chemically modifying PET to make polybutylene terephthalate, an engineering resin, later this year.
Valox iQ and Xenoy iQ resins are created with polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) polymers derived from 85 percent post-consumer plastic.
The resins are created with polymers based on polybutylene terephthalate, or PBT, that are derived from post-consumer plastic waste, GE Plastics said, adding they consume less energy and yield less carbon dioxide in their manufacturing process compared with traditional resins.
The future for succinate lies not in utilizing it directly as a food additive, but in creating innovative biopolymers like polybutylene succinate.
The new venture between Toray, Japan's largest maker of synthetic fibers, and BASF, Germany's biggest chemical company, is expected to begin production of polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) in 2006, the officials said.
Brass, (2) for example, plaintiff contended that copper pipe and polybutylene pipe constituted different antitrust product markets.
The biodegradable polyesters tested are polycaprolactone (PCL), polyester amide (PEA), polybutylene succinate adipate (PBSA) and polybutylene adipate co terephtalate (PBAT).