TEXIN

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TEXINTexas Intersection Air Quality Model
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Viscosity data for both grades were primarily measured at 180[degrees]C, Texin 1209 exhibited higher viscosity for the specified temperature, due to its higher molecular weight (as indicated in Materials section), and hence another measurement was made at 190[degrees]C.
During the design stage, Clinically Fit selected Texin 985 TPU as the material for the device's back hand strap, primarily due to its extreme durability and excellent molding grade.
The Texin urethane is UV stabilized and can be molded in any color, he added.
"This grade of Texin resin gives molders and OEMs a plasticizer-free material that offers better adhesion to a variety of substrates, such as nylon, polycarbonate (PC) and PC/ABS (polycarbonate/acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)," he continued.
Ashland will remain an authorized distributor for BMS' Texin and Desmopan thermoplastic polyurethane resins.
The Texin family of aromatic polyester-based thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) resins has been expanded with Texin DP7-1197, designed for applications that require durability under harsh conditions.
The cord connecting the plugs is made from Texin 285 resin.
The company says the guide contains detailed information about its Makrolon polycarbonates; Apec high-heat polycarbonates; Bayblend polycarbonate/ABS blends; Makroblend polycarbonate/polyester blends; and Texin, Desmopan, and Utechllan thermoplastic polyurethanes.
Bayer MaterialScience LLC has expanded its line of medical-grade thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPU) with the introduction of a new Texin (R) resin and two new Desmopan (R) TPU resins.
Lightfast grades of the thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) Desmopan and Texin, developed by the company for covering all kinds of textile yarn, are said to be opening up design possibilities never before imagined.