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Biesterfeld to distribute Solvay's polysulfones in Nordic region
11:37 AM MST | January 14, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez
Solvay Specialty Polymers Italy (Milan), a wholly owned subsidiary of Solvay; and Biesterfeld Plastic (Hamburg) have reached an agreement for Biesterfeld Nordic (Malmö, Sweden) to distribute Solvay's polysulfones in Scandinavia and Finland, Biesterfeld has announced. Sulfone polymers are amorphous thermoplastics that are tougher, stronger, and more hydrolytically stable than other transparent plastics, Biesterfeld says. The polymers withstand prolonged exposure to water, chemicals, and extreme temperatures, the company...
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