Circle 75Expanded Polystyrene Division of the Society of the Plastics Industry Inc. offers a brochure illustrating EPS foam applications in construction, packaging, staging and display.
Circle 76Literature from Advanz/SRL describes the firm's industrial gauging equipment used in the measurement and control of various parameters in web processing applications.
Circle 77A brochure from Westlake Plastics Co. covers its high-performance films and their mechanical, thermal, flammability and electrical properties.
Circle 78A 16-page publication from Sandoz Chemicals Corp. presents new colorants for plastics that meet laws regarding product, occupational and environmental safety.
Circle 79Miles Inc. literature discusses its polyurethane coatings for plastic automotive components.
Circle 80A 33-page reference guide from Air Products and Chemicals Inc. details engineering properties of castable polyurethane elastomers and describes test procedures used to measure properties including hardness, tensile strength, compression, dynamic heat buildup, adhesion, tear strength and machinability.
Circle 81Literature from AlliedSignal Inc.'s Performance Additives business features applications for Polyace 573, a low-molecular-weight polyethylene with reactive anhydride groups.
Circle 82A Cytec Industries Inc. brochure describes its complete line of light stabilizers, antioxidants and anti-static agents.
Circle 83``Helping You Make a Difference,'' from ICI Polyurethanes, reviews the capabilities of its West Deptford Technical Center, including prototype processing, and analytical and physical testing for a variety of rigid foam and wood composite applications.
Circle 84A brochure from Hoechst Celanese Corp. features its cadmium-free, ultraviolet-resistant Celcon acetals, which, the company claims, improve molded part performance.
Circle 85The ``Bibliography of Composite Manufacturing Technical Resources'' is available from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.
Circle 86A six-page brochure from LNP Engineering Plastics covers the firm's polycarbonate composites, which are produced by the compounding of carbon or glass fibers, internal lubricants and polycarbonate.
Circle 87The Machinery Dealers National Association has released its ``1995 Used Machinery Buyer's Guide,'' which lists more than 450 U.S. and foreign member firms of MDNA.
Circle 88A brochure from TP Composites Inc. details its nylon 6/6 resins and composites, including 13 percent and 33 percent glass-fiber-reinforced grades and a 40 percent mineral-filled grade.
Circle 89Wheeler Boyce Co. has published a 10-page color reference guide for its rotational molds and spiders.
Circle 90A pamphlet from Foxboro Co. titled ``Total Solutions for Environmental Monitoring'' features the firm's portable and continuous analyzers used in fugitive emissions detection, hazardous waste site assessment, hospital monitoring and ambient air monitoring for industrial hygiene.
Circle 91Dow Plastics has updated its ``Fabricating Tips'' bulletin on Derakane epoxy vinyl ester resins.
Circle 92Catalog 116 from Dyer Co. covers more than 2,000 dimensional gauges for measuring bores, grooves and other applications.
Circle 93A brochure from DuPont Engineering Polymers discusses similarities and differences between ASTM and International Organization for Standardization test procedures, and provides side-by-side comparisons of rheological, mechanical, thermal, electrical and other properties measured by both standards for 33 grades of DuPont engineering polymers.
Circle 94GR Technical Services Inc. outlines its design integrated manufacturing process in a four-page, four-color brochure.
Circle 95A booklet from HydReclaim Corp. features the firm's line of gravimetric weigh blenders, from small-volume batch blending to automatic continuous blending, for both extrusion and injection molding operations.