Hollow Glass Microspheres for Plastics, Elastomers, and Adhesives Compounds brings together, for the first time, all of the practical and theoretical aspects of glass bubble manufacturing, including its properties, processing, and applications, as well as regulatory, environmental, and health and safety aspects.
More comfortable shoes. More fuel efficient cars. More environmentally sustainable packaging. In all of these ways and more, one tiny product is making a big difference. From sporting goods to sports cars, Hollow Glass Microspheres are helping plastics processors, OEM manufacturers and end users by enabling plastic and rubber products that are lighter and more dimensionally stable. Made faster. With less waste.
High-strength, low-density hollow glass microspheres are used as lightweighting additives in a wide variety of polymers and applications. These hollow glass microspheres help reduce final part weight while maintaining or improving processing characteristics and physical properties. Hollow glass microspheres are engineered to withstand the temperatures and pressures of compounding, injection molding, extrusion and other manufacturing processes. They can be used in a broad range of resin systems.
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