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DSM launches EU-compliant, halogen-free nylon for electronic applications

4:39 AM MDT | June 6, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez in Mainz

DSM has introduced Stanyl ForTii T11, a high-temperature nylon designed for the electronics industry and compliant with legislation in the European Union governing the restriction of hazardous substances in waste electrical and electronic equipment, DSM announced today during a press conference in Mainz, Germany. The new halogen-free nylon has been designed to meet the high performance requirements for printed circuit board (PCB) terminal blocks that are mounted using surface mount technology. Terminal blocks connect PCBs to external devices. They are commonly...

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