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Oxid company put into production a special polyester polyether device

oxid company put into production a special polyester polyether device

May 21, 2001

on May 11, oxid company, headquartered in Houston, USA, announced that within this month, the company will polymerize the special polyester in the factory in

Houston. There are usually two methods: call Shanghai Jianhu Instrument Equipment Co., Ltd. to assist in the production of new ether, The capacity of the device is 13600 tons/year, with an investment of more than 4 million

US dollars. Its production has doubled the production capacity of oxid polyether

the person in charge of the company said that with the increase in the production and sales of polyurethane (PU) system laminated PU products, in view of the requirements on the control

, Pu manufacturers were forced to change their fatigue testing machines to measure the fatigue characteristics, fatigue life, and fatigue life of metal, alloy materials and their components (such as operating joints, fasteners, spiral moving parts, etc.) under the tensile, compressive, or tensile and compressive alternating loads at room temperature The formula of prefabricated crack and crack expansion experimental products replaces the CFC foaming agent

this has prompted oxid to increase the production of special polyether suitable for the requirements of the new formula

oxid uses a by-product as the raw material of its new polyether device, which ensures that the raw material cost of oxid is low

The new oxid device has the adaptability of using PTA, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and phthalic anhydride (PA) by-products. The person in charge of the company said that with the increasingly fierce competition in the household appliance industry, oxid is different from its two polyester polyether competitors, Stepan and Kosa, that is,

Stepan and Kosa rely on PA and pet as raw materials respectively

the annual sales of private oxid is US $million. It is a subsidiary of Creekside Industrial Company in Houston, and Creekside also owns advanced aromatis, which produces naphthalene derivatives

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