Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber 25-08-2021

Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber

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-Carbon fiber nonwovens as an innovative and sustainable reinforcement textile

In the last few years the use of carbon fibers has already proven many times that its unique properties revolutionize entire industries and set new impulses. These fibers are not only attractive due to their special look, but also because of their functional properties. As a result, they can be used to target different problems and needs across a wide range of technologies, such as lightweight construction, corrosion resistance and also sustainability of materials.

We at TENOWO produce nonwovens from ” virgin carbon fibers” as well as from waste and cut fibers from the carbon fiber processing industries, in other words from recycled carbon fibers (rCF).

The possible applications of our carbon fiber nonwovens are enormously diverse due to their outstanding properties. Potential applications for rCF nonwovens are fiber reinforced components (applications for example in automotive/ construction/ transportation/ aerospace/ sports) and heat or electromagnetic shielding. Other applications: Sporting goods, mechanical engineering, boat construction, mold manufacturing, commercial vehicles, consumer electronics, medical devices and construction renovation.

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-Promix exhibiting environmental solutions at FAKUMA

Promix Solutions will be presenting solutions from its core competencies of mixing, foaming and cooling in plastics processing at FAKUMA. In addition to classic static mixing technology, visitors can learn how Promix physical foam systems can save on raw material costs in extrusion processes, improve foam quality and reduce carbon emissions.  Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber

For manufacturers of light foams such as XPS, XPP, XPE, XPET, Promix will exhibit how the P1 cooling mixer technology can be used to achieve a better cell structure and thus improve mechanical properties or reduce foam density.

The company will emphasise a mixing nozzle specially developed for PET preform production – the use of which prevents local acetaldehyde concentrations exceeding the legal limit value and AA blockers can be saved. Furthermore, an improved colour distribution and better mixing of rPET can be achieved. This favours a higher rPET content and thus contributes to the circular economy. The PET mixing nozzle is supplied ready for connection and installed in place of the existing injection moulding nozzle.

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-Electric Vehicles Ease into Fast Lane as Internal Combustion Engine Enters ‘Permanent Decline’

Internal combustion-based passenger vehicle sales “almost certainly passed their peak in 2017,” according to the Long-Term Electric Vehicle Outlook report from BloombergNEF.  Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber

Make no mistake: The future of mobility is electric. Yes, there are still some pockets of resistance, waxing nostalgic for the “chrome-wheeled, fuel-injected” rides of yore, but that is best experienced through the rear-view mirror.

As the cost of batteries and electric vehicles as a whole declines and the driving range per charge expands, electric vehicles (EVs) will displace the internal combustion-powered beast at a dizzying pace.

In fact, the process has already begun, according to BloombergNEF’s sixth annual Long-Term Electric Vehicle Outlook (EVO). Internal combustion-based passenger vehicle sales “almost certainly passed their peak in 2017 and are now in permanent decline,” states the report.

The current EVO marks the “first major increase” in BloombergNEF’s EV adoption outlook in the last five years. It was commissioned by the non-profit European Federation for Transport and Environment, which lobbies for sustainable mobility options in Europe.

The full report is available for download to BNEF clients, but anyone willing to register can access a fairly comprehensive summary here. In the meantime, here are some highlights from the summary.

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-NILIT – Making Nylon Sustainable

NILIT, the global leader in high-quality Nylon 6.6 for apparel, and owner of the SENSIL® sustainable brand, is proud to announce the publication of its sustainability report covering the period 2017-2020. The document, entitled “Making Nylon Sustainable,” details the company’s significant achievements to improve its environmental footprint as well as its plans to positively influence the textile and apparel industry to choose more sustainable products and use them in more responsible ways.  Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber

“Sustainability is a core value at NILIT,” says Ilan Melamed, General Manager. “We are dedicated to providing the most consumer-relevant, highest quality, and most sustainable premium Nylon 6.6 products to the apparel market. To attain this goal, we continually invest in operations and product development, leveraging our partnerships throughout the supply chain. ‘Making Nylon Sustainable’ captures our vision and our commitment to environmental and social responsibility, and we are very pleased to make this public statement.”

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-Spandex prices stop rising due to weaker downstream market

The operating rate of spandex downstream plants started falling from mid-Aug, resulting into slower sales of spandex. Some spandex companies saw slightly mounting inventory. Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber

Price of spandex turned to shiver at high level after continued surging in Jan-Jul. Some market players began to doubt whether price of spandex will start falling? How will supply and demand change on spandex market?

After some units in Zhuji Huahai started operation, the spandex capacity rose by 20kt/year to 871.5kt. Huafong Chongqing’s 50kt/year unit is expected to gradually commission operation from late-Aug. New spandex units are expected to start production intensively. The existing units may continue running at high capacity. Spandex production is expected to have upward space in end-Q3 and Q4.

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-SSM Launches NEO-YW for More Efficiency and Sustainability

SSM is introducing the new winder, NEO-YW which leverages all of the company’s latest winding improvements to create a precision winding machine that is easy to use while delivering greater winding performance.

It only takes a simple click of the button on the touch screen terminal to adjust all winding parameters. The elimination of the mechanical adjustments improves winding performance while also saving time and manpower.

The direct package drive ensures a precise package build-up and the best unwinding performance. The NEO-YW can process a wide range of yarn counts, from 10 up to 3 000 dtex. Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber

In addition, the new automatic, regulated electro-mechanical back pressure system enables density regulation for high and low densities with an accuracy of up to ±3 g/l, depending on yarn and winding parameters.

SSM Launches NEO-YW for More Efficiency and Sustainability

-GAIL India selects Grace UNIPOL technology for its new PP plant in Pata

  1. R. Grace & Co. a leading independent supplier of polyolefin catalyst technology and polypropylene (PP) process technology, has licensed its UNIPOL PP Process Technology to GAIL (India) Limited, according to Hydrocarbonprocessing.

The UNIPOL PP process technology will be used for a 60 KTA PP plant located at their existing petrochemical complex in Pata, India. Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber

Mr. Shri M. V. Iyer, Director of Business Development, said, “We are excited to partner with Grace and their UNIPOL® PP Process Technology at our existing gas cracker complex in Pata, India. The total project economics, which included a catalyst supply agreement, made this an easy choice for us. We plan to produce a variety of homo-, random, and impact- copolymer resins using our existing propylene supply.”

GAIL India selects Grace UNIPOL technology for its new PP plant in Pata

-Agilyx and Kumho Petrochemical Assess a Chemical Recycling Facility to produce raw material for tires out of post-use plastic

Agilyx Corporation (AGLX), a wholly owned subsidiary of Agilyx ASand a pioneer in the advanced recycling of post-use plastics and Kumho Petrochemical, a global leader in the manufacture of synthetic rubber, have announced a collaboration to explore the development and construction of a chemical recycling project in South Korea.

“We’re very interested in recycling of post-use plastics, while focusing on utilizing post-use polystyrene into the pure styrene,” stated Jong-Hoon Baek, CEO of Kumho Petrochemical. “Collaboration with Agilyx will give Kumho Petrochemical an opportunity of proposing new line of eco-SSBR products to most of our customers who prefer sustainable products.”  Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber

“We are pleased to partner with Kumho Petrochemical to explore this project and expand the market for post-use recycled polystyrene into new, high growth and technically demanding applications such as this,” stated Tim Stedman, CEO of Agilyx. “The potential to use waste plastic to create high performance SSBR for the manufacture of tires is a very exciting example of our technology’s ability to create a new life for plastic.”

Agilyx and Kumho Petrochemical Assess a Chemical Recycling Facility to produce raw material for tires out of post-use plastic

-Intertek Approved to Certify to the Global Organic Textiles Standard (GOTS)

(Lowell, MA.) Intertek, a leading Total Quality Assurance provider to industries worldwide, is pleased to announce that it has been accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board as an approved certification body for the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber

GOTS is the world’s leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibers. It defines high-level environmental and social criteria along the processing and manufacturing of the organic textiles supply chain. GOTS aims to harmonise organic cotton standards to achieve international recognition.

GOTS sets worldwide requirements for environmentally friendly production systems and social accountability in the organic textile sector. GOTS, along with Textile Exchange’s OCS (Organic Content Standard), provide an impetus for increasing global organic cotton production and is a trusted tool to for companies to verify and communicate organically grown content claims to the industry. The GOTS requirements draws on the advice of, and input from, other relevant international stakeholder organisations and experts for regular standard updates.

Intertek Approved to Certify to the Global Organic Textiles Standard (GOTS)

-Batteries made from trees could help transform the future of electric travel

Finnish sustainable material developers have opened a mill that turns powdered tree macromolecules into energy

A material found in the wood of our plants is being trialled as a way to produce sustainable battery power. Petrochemicals Hydrogen Carbon Fiber

Finnish designers Stora Enso have built a new production facility costing €10 million that will create renewable bio-based carbon by turning trees into batteries. This will be achieved by the use of a wood-based material called lignin.

The plant is based beside the company’s Sunila Mill in Kotka, southern Finland, which employs over 150 people and specialises in producing softwood pulp, and biofuels like tall oil and turpentine.

Batteries made from trees could help transform the future of electric travel

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