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Sabic-IP Opens Polymer Pilot Facility at Mt. Vernon, IN

8:39 AM MST | February 8, 2012 | Lindsey Bewley

Sabic Innovative Plastics (Sabic-IP; Pittsfield, MA) says it has opened a new pilot facility at Mt. Vernon, IN for chemistry and process development for its high performance polymers (HPP) sold under the trade name Ultem, Siltem and Extem. The facility will allow the company to more rapidly produce new polymers, particularly custom formulations, for customers. Previously, piloting was done externally; now this work will be seamlessly integrated into product research and development and scale-up to commercial production, Sabic-IP says.   “This is a...

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