Clariant has launched its next-generation phthalate-free olefin polymerization catalysts called PolyMax 600 Series to cope with the market’s rising requirements of safer polypropylene (PP) solutions.
The series was developed in partnership with McDermott’s Lummus Novolen Technology and enables customers to increase production rates and reduced process fluctuations.
It has a new proprietary technology that increases catalyst activity up to 25% compared to phthalate-based catalysts, leading to not only higher plant productivity, but also superior polymer properties, including increased impact strength for better durability.
The applications ranging from food packaging to engineered automotive parts, replacing phthalate-based polyolefin catalysts and are designed to suit a broad range of process requirements.
The launch of the catalysts comes at a favorable time to assist producers to meet both increasing demand and stricter regulations.
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Last Updated on June 17, 2020 3:59 PM (GMT+8)