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Huntsman, a global manufacturer and marketer of differentiated chemicals, has announced that it will exhibit at K2013 16-23 October 2013, Messe Düsseldorf, Germany – Hall 8b / Stand F79. Huntsman manufactures an extensive portfolio of products and technologies including amines and adhesives, carbonates and curing agents, isocyanates and surfactants, thermoplastic polyurethanes, polyurethanes and titanium dioxide pigments – all designed to help customers drive value and performance from their polymer formulations. At K2013 Huntsman will showcase a range of innovations including:
ALTIRIS® infrared reflecting pigment – Huntsman’s new award winning titanium dioxide pigment, developed in response to a global challenge to help reduce energy consumption. The pigment is designed to increase the solar reflectance of colored polymers to help reduce heat build-up and distortion.
Additions to the AVALON® TPU footwear range – for design flexibility with TPU grades that are highly transparent and UV stabilised.
DELTIO® pigment – a low dust, free-flow titanium dioxide pigment for bright white polymers
IROGRAN® A 95 P 5003 TPU – a halogen-free TPU with excellent flame retardancy for industrial and consumer wire and cable applications.
Specific IROGRAN® TPU grades – manufactured to exacting specifications, for use in food contact applications such as conveyor belts, hoses and tubes.
Material solutions for the automotive industry – including scratch resistant paint protection films, hotmelts and fast cycling, injection molding parts.
Specialist TIOXIDE® titanium dioxide pigments – for high performance masterbatch and films and for high temperature polyethylenes.