Flame Retardant Polymer Compounds
I am looking for an expert who can provide pricing information for specific flame retardant (v0 @ 1.6 mm) polymer compounds. The target is to get a good understanding of the current price levels and future trends for the compound below:
• unfilled pp copo -fr (v0 @ 1.6 mm)
• pp glass fiber reinforced- fr (v0 @ 1.6 mm)
• pc/abs - fr (v0 @ 1.6 mm)
• pa66 fr (v0 @ 1.6 mm)
• pa6 - fr (v0 @ 1.6 mm)
application: electronics & en closures (e&e)
processing: injection moulding
i am most interested in flame retardant compounds which have been...
• produced & used in europe
• produced & used in europe in usa,
• produced in china & used in europe/us
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