Circle 28A brochure from AlliedSignal Inc. highlights its low-molecular-weight additives for processing PVC regrind.
Circle 29A 225-page catalog from Special Plastic Systems Inc. features its industrial fluid-handling equipment for plastics, such as valves, flow instrumentation, pumps, tubing and tanks, and its fabrication and custom machine shop capabilities.
Circle 30An LNP Engineering Plastics Inc. brochure describes its Verton line of structural composites used in injection molding parts for the automotive, marine, fluid-handling, sports and building industries.
Circle 31Dukane Corp. has published a ``Guide to Ultrasonic Plastics Assembly,'' containing chapters on ultrasonic basics, plastics, part design, process control and assembly; a glossary; and troubleshooting sections.
Circle 32Cytec Industries Inc. literature outlines the company's Product Stewardship program, which it describes as responsible management of the health, safety and environmental aspects of a product through end use and disposal.
Circle 33A bulletin from Purus Inc. announces its newest generation of technology for removal and recovery of volatile organic compounds, Padre A3000.
Circle 34Polymer Corp.'s Nylatron GSM Blue cast nylon is detailed in company literature.
Circle 35Brochures from Willow Ridge Plastics Inc. give technical data on starch and nonstarch-based masterbatch additives, Polystarch and PDQ, used in degradable plastics.
Circle 36A booklet from HPG International Inc. spotlights its HPG Project Management Group, a consultant and contractor specializing in the installation of membrane roofing, waterproofing and lining systems.
Circle 37A selector guide from Master Bond Inc. covers 30 grades of potting and encapsulation compounds, featuring their viscosity, gel and cure times, temperature operating ranges and other properties.
Circle 38RJ Industries Inc.'s new catalog contains ordering information for replacement seal kits, pumps, motors and water system accessories from a variety of manufacturers.
Circle 39Pallet Pallet Inc. literature details the firm's products, including nestable, rackable, open- and solid-deck, peri-meter-lip and diamond-deck pallets, available in several sizes.
Circle 40A catalog from Jade Engineered Plastics Inc. out-lines its capabilities as a designer of fluoropolymer gaskets, bearings, seals and custom-made components for original equipment manufacturers.
Circle 41ATM Corp.'s full line of U.S. standard testing sieves, along with ASTM's 1995 specification for the product, is described in ATM literature.
Circle 42The Foodservice & Packaging Institute offers fact sheets explaining the benefits of food-service disposables, such as single-use cups, plates, bowls, bags, wraps, cutlery, trays, egg cartons, dairy containers and other items.
Circle 43A General Physics Corp. catalog describes its Tampa, Fla., training center, which offers courses in industrial mechanical skills, plant maintenance and safety, statistical process control and job/task analysis, among other subjects.
Circle 44A pamphlet from the American Architectural Manufacturers Association lists new and updated publications, including an updated Window Selection Guide; AAMA 1801.95 on acoustical rating; AAMA 501-94 on test methods for exterior walls; AAMA 902-94 on sash balances; and references on windows, skylights, curtain walls and entrances.
Circle 45``Wire and Cable,'' from Miles Inc.'s Polymers Division, describes applications using Texin and Desmopan, two high-grade thermoplastic polyurethanes that, Miles says, exhibit toughness and heavy-duty strength.
Circle 46The 1995 ``Member Products Directory,'' from the Association for Manufacturing Technology, contains information on machine tools, manufacturing machinery and related products built by AMT members.
Circle 47Union Carbide Corp. has released information on its Polyox water-soluble resins, which Carbide says can be blended with other widely used thermoplastics to impart and improve lubricity, time-release capability, environmental degradability and controllable water solubility over a wide temperature range.
Circle 48A Plaskolite Inc. brochure details its Durafab glycol-modified PET sheet, made from Spectar copolymer. The company claims Durafab is impact- and flame-resistant and forms easily at very low temperatures with quick cycle times.
Circle 49Borrowed Mule Industries offers its model-to-market approach to making plastics components, from cost-effective designing through prototyping and production.