PVC Additives

Performance, Chemistry, Developments, and Sustainability

199,99 € (Print)

inkl. MwSt., ggf. zzgl. Versandkosten

sofort lieferbar
199,99 € (PDF)

sofort lieferbar

Beschreibung
PVC Additives
PVC differs in its stabilization compared to other commodity plastics. Various metal compounds are suitable for the stabilization of PVC: lead, tin, calcium, magnesium, zinc, rare earths, and also almost-metal-free systems. These differences are described in the introductory part of this book, with their advantages, possibilities, and problems, from the perspective of the chemist but made understandable for salespeople and technicians.

Numerous tables and figures are included, providing structures and physico-chemical data. A special section for beginners is dedicated to guiding formulations and test methods. A relatively short section deals with development trends in Europe. Sustainability is a major theme, and it is demonstrated that PVC has a strong potential to develop into a fully sustainable material.

Another section deals with the everyday problems in the processing of PVC, such as the formation of specks, photo-effects, and plate-out. Plate-out is a common problem in the processing of PVC but only relatively few publications cover it. The causes, influencing factors, and mechanisms are still poorly understood. This section, unique in the literature, provides assistance in the selection and dosage of raw materials to PVC processor, based on the influencing factors during processing.

Included in this 2nd edition is a significant new section on bio-based platicizers, as well as many other updates, additions, and improvements, such as new test methods and guide formulations, coverage of chemical blowing agents and antistatic agents, and much more.
PVC Additives
PVC differs in its stabilization compared to other commodity plastics. Various metal compounds are suitable for the stabilization of PVC: lead, tin, calcium, magnesium, zinc, rare earths, and also almost-metal-free systems. These differences are described in the introductory part of this book, with their advantages, possibilities, and problems, from the perspective of the chemist but made understandable for salespeople and technicians.

Numerous tables and figures are included, providing structures and physico-chemical data. A special section for beginners is dedicated to guiding formulations and test methods. A relatively short section deals with development trends in Europe. Sustainability is a major theme, and it is demonstrated that PVC has a strong potential to develop into a fully sustainable material.

Another section deals with the everyday problems in the processing of PVC, such as the formation of specks, photo-effects, and plate-out. Plate-out is a common problem in the processing of PVC but only relatively few publications cover it. The causes, influencing factors, and mechanisms are still poorly understood. This section, unique in the literature, provides assistance in the selection and dosage of raw materials to PVC processor, based on the influencing factors during processing.

Included in this 2nd edition is a significant new section on bio-based platicizers, as well as many other updates, additions, and improvements, such as new test methods and guide formulations, coverage of chemical blowing agents and antistatic agents, and much more.
Kundenbewertungen für "PVC Additives"
Bewertung schreiben
Bewertungen werden nach Überprüfung freigeschaltet.

Die mit einem * markierten Felder sind Pflichtfelder.

Autor(en)

Dr. Michael Schiller is founder and owner of HMS Concept e.U., a consultancy company for chemical, environmental, and plastic technology in Arnoldstein/Austria. He was previously head of the Innovation and Sustainability Center at Akdeniz Kimya and Managing Director of Akdeniz Kimya, Austria. Before that, he was R&D Manager and Head of Group R&D at Chemson AG, and has worked in the PVC industry since 1992.
He is a well-known author, editor, and lecturer in the field of PVC and its additives, and is co-volume editor of the Plastics Additives Handbook, 6th edition.

Dr. Michael Schiller is founder and owner of HMS Concept e.U., a consultancy company for chemical, environmental, and plastic technology in Arnoldstein/Austria. He was previously head of the Innovation and Sustainability Center at Akdeniz Kimya and Managing Director of Akdeniz Kimya, Austria. Before that, he was R&D Manager and Head of Group R&D at Chemson AG, and has worked in the PVC industry since 1992.
He is a well-known author, editor, and lecturer in the field of PVC and its additives, and is co-volume editor of the Plastics Additives Handbook, 6th edition.

Rezensionen

"Dieses Buch bietet eine umfassende Darstellung der Stabilisatorsysteme und anderer Additive für PVC." Kunststoffe, Juni 2015

"Das Buch ist leicht verständlich geschrieben, mit der Absicht das Thema nicht nur fortgeschrittenen Chemikern und Kunststofftechnikern, sondern auch Einsteigern nahe zu bringen." GAK Gummi - Fasern - Kunststoffe, Juni 2015


"Dieses Buch bietet eine umfassende Darstellung der Stabilisatorsysteme und anderer Additive für PVC." Kunststoffe, Juni 2015

"Das Buch ist leicht verständlich geschrieben, mit der Absicht das Thema nicht nur fortgeschrittenen Chemikern und Kunststofftechnikern, sondern auch Einsteigern nahe zu bringen." GAK Gummi - Fasern - Kunststoffe, Juni 2015


Weitere Titel des Autors Auch oft angesehen
Weitere Titel des Autors
Auch oft angesehen
PVC Handbook
439,99 € 
Polymer Testing
249,99 € 
Thermoforming
199,99 € 
Polyethylene
109,99 € 
Polymer Science
99,99 € 
Newsletter

Nichts mehr verpassen!

Aktuelles & Angebote
im monatlichen IT-Newsletter.

Hanser Youtube Channel

Autoreninterviews,
Messebesuche, Buchvorstellungen,
Events
und vieles mehr.

Hanser Podcast

Wissen für die Ohren

Themen aus Wirtschaft,
Management und Technik