Stand E 18.
Paxymer - the green flame retardant. Founded in 2009, has its own patented technology for halogen free flame retardants. Exhibits with its distributor IMCD Nordics. Paxymer has its lab and production facilities outside of Stockholm. The company has achieved international acclaim for its technology that delivers high performance flame retardants for polyolefin plastics.
Flame retardant masterbatch for PE. Currently used in extruded sheet, extruded pipes and blow moulded parts for washing machines. Excellent processability and mechanical properties combined with excellent fire behavior. Based on the patented Paxymer technology.
Halogen free flame retardant masterbatch for PP. Excellent processing and mechanical properties. High performing, non dripping, low heat release rate flame retardant performance. (Paxymer MB706 in UL94-V0 testing @1.6 mm to the left in the picture, compared to a brominated system)
Paxymer 300 series is a synergistic product to be used with existing HFFR alternatives. It boosts fire performance and processing performance of the additives. It reduces the heat release rate and dripping of materials. This innovation is unique and contains 0-halogens. Come visit us in our monter if you would like to discuss this further.
Paxymer is one of the selected speakers to exclusively share their experience on material innovation in Malmö at the Easyfair Plastteknik. The fair has an ambitious seminar program in combination with the fair including superstar nano-scientist Maria Strömme, entrepreneur Mårten Hellberg Organoclick and a number of other prominent speakers.
Paxymer and PP Polymer has more than 30 years of material innovation experience and has developed a comprehensive toolkit for successful industrialization and scale up of new technologies. Amit Paul MD of Paxymer will give a speech on the 13th of April at 13:20.
Paxymer will also be exhibiting at the Fair - Visit us with our partner IMCD at stand E14.
"The bigger picture" is the newest report by Chemsec including a number of innovative companies such as Paxymer, Apple, Skanska and Organoclick. It looks at substitution through case studies. The report shows the true benefits and costs of substitution. The conclusion is clear: benefits outweigh the costs of new sustainable products.
The non-profit organisation Chemsec published a report on February 23rd called "The bigger picture". The report summarizes a number of case studies with the clear conclusion - there is more bustling innovation within the chemicals sector focused on greening chemistry than ever before.
The report shows the clear benefits of innovation. Instead of focusing on laggard companies that will not embrace new technology legislators could just as well focus on the business opportunity grasped by forward thinking companies. Leaving kilo-by-kilo comparisons of price and instead consider the bigger picture will enable customers to capture new values and push innovative, progressive products to market that will improve sustainability and eliminate hazardous chemicals in a number of products.
Four main points are investigated through the report:
Prices are not static
Using hazardous chemicals is costly
Regulation sets the stage for innovation
The market for safer alternatives is growing
Paxymer is one of the companies that has shared information in the case study. Skanska, Organoclick, Mattel, Apple are others that participate.
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