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Teijin to commercialize new cyclic carbodiimide anti-hydrolysis agent
12:28 AM MDT | July 2, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
Teijin (Tokyo) has developed a new cyclic carbodiimide anti-hydrolysis agent, which exhibits superior anti-hydrolysis properties, to improve the durability of various plastics, the company announced today. The new agent does not generate isocyanate gas, a toxic chemical usually produced during the use of carbodiimide agents, it is expected to help improve working environments. The new anti-hydrolysis agent, based on a product already used in Teijin's Biofront heat-resistant bioplastic, has now been confirmed for application in other types of plastics. The...
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