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Advanced Polymer Alloys introduces 2300 Series of Alcryn MPR

Advanced Polymer Alloys Llc : 26 February, 2004  (New Product)
Advanced Polymer Alloys, a division of Ferro Corporation, has introduced its new Alcryn MPR 2300 series for injection moulding applications.
Advanced Polymer Alloys, a division of Ferro Corporation, has introduced its new Alcryn MPR 2300 series for injection moulding applications.

Alcryn MPR 2300 broadens APA's product offering by providing customers with another product targeted at medium engineered applications. The new series features the excellent durability, chemical resistance, and rapid cycle times that Alcryn MPR is known for, but at a lower price than the Alcryn MPR premium grades. Alcryn MPR 2300 is currently available in black, with colourable versions expected by mid-2004, and is offered in the popular 60, 70, and 80 shore A durometers.

'The Alcryn MPR 2300 series is an excellent addition to our product line, giving our customers another melt processible rubber to choose from. Not every application demands the premium performance of Alcryn MPR. The 2300 is the right product for medium-duty applications, and it does not come with a premium price tag,' said Jeff Senich, business development manager for APA.

The new Alcryn MPR 2300 series bonds well to PVC and provides good tensile and tear strength. APA will target Alcryn MPR 2300 at markets where oil resistance and durability are important, such as automotive, marine, trucking, off-road vehicles, and wire and cable.

This new series marks APA's fourth significant product announcement in the past 12 months. Others include the introduction of DuraGrip, a thermoplastic rubber designed exclusively for over-moulding to rigid olefinic substrates; Alcryn MPR 2060CL, a new clear grade; and a redesigned Alcryn MPR 4600 series as an economical extrusion grade with specific applications in the architectural industry such as window and door seals.
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