This press release is post on behalf of Wanhua Chemical.
In only a few days’ time, K 2016 – the world’s No.1 trade fair for plastics and rubber industry – will be opening. Wanhua Chemical, a leading TPU producer in Asia and Polycarbonate pioneer in China, will highlight the latest TPU and Polycarbonate products solutions, value-added services as well as an insight into what the future holds at K 2016, from 19th to 26th October, at Dusseldorf Exhibition center.
At K 2016, Wanhua Chemical will emphasize its role as “the largest TPU supplier in Asia going global” by showcasing TPU and TPU compounds, branded as Wanthane®, WanBlend®, WanColor®, WanMaster®, including general purpose TPU, aliphatic TPU, TPU adhesives (hotmelt and slovent-based), halogen-free flame retardant TPU, TPU color masterbatch and functional masterbatch for a broad range of applications, such as hose & tubing, wire & cable, film & sheet, automotive, engineering, construction, footwear, and other personal consumption fields.
The new born polycarbonate expands the product portfolio of Wanhua Chemical. Increasingly concerned by more interested customers, Wanhua will present a new range of basic polycarbonate resin containing tailored property in UV resistance and easy demoulding etc. The polycarbonate compounding products including flame retardant PC, glass fiber reinforced PC, light diffusion PC, PC/ABS, PC/PBT. This kind of performance material can be widely used in electronics, automotive, construction, optics and medical fields.
Welcome to visit us at Hall 6, Booth 6C16. We believe you will experience a lot and enjoy your visit to the trade fair to the full.
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