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Contents - August 2014

Dr. Genzel, Elke: Motives of plastics application in the construction industry Acrobat-Reader-icon_48x48

About 80 years ago, the construction industry started to use in the form of pipe and windows. Over the course of years, this class of materials opened up new fields of application. Today, building with fiberreinforced plastics is its own branch within the construction industry, a branch that allows to realize unconventional and unforgettable ideas.

Dr. Lehoczki, László: Plastics pipes and profiles in construction industry Acrobat-Reader-icon_48x48

Global demand for building and construction plastics is poised to grow at a 7%/year reaching 57.5 billion USD in 2019. PVC components were the most widely used building and construction plastics, accounting for about 35% of global demand. Pipes and ducts were the largest segment for plastics in 2012 in construction. Global demand for plastic pipe is projected to rise 8.5 percent annually through 2017 to 11.2 billion meters.

Pegorari, Simonetta: Composite industry in ItalyAcrobat-Reader-icon_48x48

In Italy, composites are used mainly in aviation, transport, ship-building and construction industry. Italian companies are leading in production of composite profiles and train body units as well as carbon and ceramic composites. 2013, 146 kt glass fibre strengthened plastics were produced, and this implies the third place in Europe after Germany (192 kt) and Spain + Portugal (152 kt).

Garas, Sándor: Experience gained on WPC Conference in Cologne I.Acrobat-Reader-icon_48x48

The Fifth German Wood-Plastic-Composite Conference and the related exhibition were organized in Cologne on 10–11 December 2013. It is one of the greatest events of the industry. In our series, we publish the lectures read with number of photos, providing inspiration for potential Hungarian manufacturers.

Halász, István; dr. Bárány, Tamás: Novel additive for elastomers with double actionsAcrobat-Reader-icon_48x48

The effect of a cyclic oligoesters (CBT) on the processability and properties of various elastomers was investigated. The viscosity of the raw mixtures was significantly decreased by the CBT due to its very low melt viscosity. Moreover, both the tensile strength and elongation at break values were enhanced by CBT filling. Accordingly, CBT worked as active filler in the related elastomers. The reinforcing effect of CBT was intensified with increasing polarity of the base rubber. Rising the mixing temperature over the melting of CBT led to a finer dispersion of the oligomers in the mixes. This was accompanied with further improvements in the tensile strength values.

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