Presented by RadiciGroup High Performance Polymers
Recorded on May 11, 2022
Polymers for applications in contact with potable water are becoming more and more common, and there is increasing demand for safe systems from the building industry. Polymers can provide a perfect compromise between cost and long-term properties, keeping the quality of the water high, even in hard conditions. RadiciGroup is proud to present a complete product range of engineering polymers capable of achieving the most important potable water approvals, so as to serve as replacements in a number of applications that until now have used brass and metal alloys.
In the webinar, our dedicated portfolio for water management will be presented, with special attention to RADILON DT and RADISTRONG AROMA grades. These long-chain polyamides and special polyamides, respectively, show better properties and increased hydrolysis and chemical resistance in comparison to the well-known standard materials.
The above characteristics will be demonstrated using advanced simulation tools (CAE). RadiciGroup High Performance Polymers can offer its customers this service to strengthen their development process and simultaneously achieve higher goals in lightweighting, safety and performance. Together with CAE support, the new RADILON ADLINE product range for additive manufacturing can help customers from the early stages of their projects. The products feature high-performance properties and are suitable not only for prototyping, but also for the production of functional parts.
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