Recorded on July 23, 2019
Presented by Solvay
Consumer goods companies must ensure their products stand out in a marketplace that has never been more competitive on Cost, Performance and Regulatory compliance.
How can Food contact Consumer goods and Kitchen appliance makers differentiate in the market on the design and performance front with amorphous high performance polymers?
Solvay’s amorphous HPPs are the family of polymers that are used in demanding applications requiring high temperatures, mechanical stresses and are considered food-safe for general public consumption.
In addition, amorphous polymers bring great value in terms of transparency and clarity that facilitates the design of complicated parts that would otherwise be challenging with a material like glass.
We will touch on the 4 key themes that influence polymer selection for different applications :
- Thermal requirements
- Mechanical properties
- Food contact suitability (with special focus on BPA-free requirements cropping up globally).
Also, we will comparatively assess the performance of the most common amorphous high performance polymers including CPET, PC, PEI and Sulfones on these factors and will share four case studies where Solvay’s Sulfone family of polymers have enabled successful product design across different applications in the Consumer food industry.
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