The following companies have free brochures, catalogs and technical bulletins available. Order by circling the appropriate number on the Plastics News Quick Information Card. Circle 121The Society of Plastics Engineers offers its 1996 catalog, containing the most-recent SPE books in plastics and related areas; reprints from past and current ANTECs and RETECs; computer software; journal subscriptions; and gifts.
Circle 122Sonics & Materials Inc. describes its full range of ultrasonic plastics welding equipment, systems and technical support services.
Circle 123``A Designer's Guide to Extrusion Blow Molding,'' from Carlisle Geauga Co., considers various factors that affect the finished product, including tooling, part cost, cycle time, tolerance control and surface quality. The brochure offers advice on selecting parting lines and draft angles, vent placement in mold design and more.
Circle 124Engineered Plastics Inc. describes its expertise in engineering polytetrafluoroethylene, including molding, machining, thermoforming and mechanical joining.
Circle 125Ain Plastics Inc.'s 1996 catalog covers the firm's offerings of mechanical plastics, sheet, rod, film, tube and accessory items, including the product's size, thickness, specifications and tolerance.
Circle 126Dow Corning Corp. discusses processing improvements and enhanced surface characteristics of its MB-Series silicone masterbatches.
Circle 127A six-page brochure from Huls America Inc. profiles the company and reviews its full range of products for each business group, including colorants and biocides, coatings raw materials, silanes and silicones and specialty lubricants and polymers.
Circle 128Safety-Kleen Corp. uses a graphics approach to help plastic manufacturers evaluate their waste-handling systems in ``What Happens to Your Hazardous Wastes: A Buyer's Guide to Pollution Control.''
Circle 129Crila Plastic Industries Ltd. highlights its plastic extrusion and fabrication capabilities for the appliance, automotive, window and door markets.
Circle 130The National Association of Chemical Distributors Educational Foundation publishes a series of Product Stewardship Bulletins that educate chemicals customers on how to safely handle, store, dispose of and recycle chemical products. Bulletin No. 6 describes Department of Transportation requirements for shipping hazardous materials.
Circle 131``RIM Part and Mold Design,'' an 84-page brochure from Bayer Corp.'s Polymers Division, covers materials selection, part and mold design, and Bayer technical support for the manufacture of polyurethane reaction injection molded parts.
Circle 132An 84-page manual from Hoechst Celanese Corp., ``Designing With Celcon'' details key property and design criteria for the acetal copolymer, and includes data tables, graphs, charts and color photographs of various applications.
Circle 133Air Products and Chemicals Inc. features the firm's Nourybond polyamidoamine and blocked isocyanate product technology, high-performance adhesion promoters for automotive PVC plastisols.
Circle 134Fluid Controls Inc.'s Bekaplast thermoplastic lining systems provide long-term corrosion and abrasion resistance for concrete structures.
Circle 135On a 10-minute video from Motan Inc., injection molders discuss using Motan technology in a variety of applications.
Circle 136Elf Atochem North America Inc. highlights technical information and end uses for Rilsan polyamide 11 and 12 resins in its brochure ``The Power of Industry.''
Circle 137Lindemann Recycling Equipment Inc.'s Ram II baler is equipped with an adjustable blade and 25 tons of stamping force.
Circle 138The LPZ adjustable angle conveyor from Dorner Manufacturing Corp. comes in cleated belt, end drive and center drive flat belt models.
Circle 139Whitford Corp., describes its line of low-friction, corrosion-resistant coatings, including P-Series Xylan primers, based on engineering resins.
Circle 140Cole-Parmer Instrument Co. offers a pocket-size guide on its Masterflex tubing.