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GE's new flexible Noryl resin for wire coating underscores company’s drive into electronics industry

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By Rob Welland, Chisato Suganuma, E. Burghout, and P. Siebert, GE Advanced Material, The Netherlands
2005
 
Technical data will be presented on a new family of modified-polyphenylene ether (MPPE) resins as an alternative to polyvinyl chloride (PVC), flame-retarded polyethylene (FR-PE), and thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPUs) for applications in various segments of the electronics industry. These new materials are non-halogenated, contain no heavy-metal pigments, offer broader thermal performance, and are lighter and more flexible than other thermoplastics.
  
 
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