Solvay’s Kalix 10000 series is the latest addition to the firm’s sustainable polymer portfolio. A partially bio-based material produced from renewable feedstock and developed with 100% renewable electricity, the new material offers increased heat resistance, stain resistance, and the lowest moisture absorption which makes them suitable for smart devices.
Shanghai/China – Solvay just launched the Kalix 10000 series, an ideal structural material for precision electronics components used in smart devices, to complement its Kalix product line. The newest HPPA-based material is set to take both performance and sustainability to the next level.
The series, a partially bio-based material made with renewable feedstock from non-food competing sources, is produced with 100 % renewable electricity. Available with a wide range of recycled content alternatives for diverse customer needs, it also has a lower global warming potential (GWP) than traditional polyamides. Additionally, it offers higher heat resistance, stain resistance, and lowest moisture absorption in the Kalix families, making it suitable for use in electronic applications with more demanding customer requirements.
“Our portfolio has seen high demand, as it delivers the highest elongation and weld line strength of all HPPA, as well as great stiffness and chemical resistance. It also shows low moisture absorption, which makes it an ideal structural material for precision electronics components,” said Andrew Lau, Senior Executive Vice President of Solvay Materials.
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