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Johns Manville’s new generation of densified chopped strands

15 April 2004

Johns Manville introduced their ThermoFlow densified chopped strands for thermoplastic compounds a new product at JEC 2004 in Paris.

ThermoFlow is claimed to have superior processing properties for extrusion applications combined with improved mechanical and matrix bonding properties. It will be available in 4mm fibre lengths for a wide range of thermoplastics such as PA, PP, PBT and other compounds. Applications include automotive, electrical and consumer goods.

“Over the past year, our ThermoFlow products have been successfully introduced in North America, helping our customer reach a new level of performance. Our next step is to incorporate the technology at our Trnava, Slovakia facility by October 2004”. Said Karin Demez, Global Products Manager and Account Manager for Thermoplastics.






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