New ABS material from BASF

Written by: Laura Hopperton | Published:

Terluran BX 13074 has been designed for plumbing fixtures, the household sector and automotive construction.

BASF has introduced a new member of its ABS product line (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene copolymer) specifically developed for the requirements made by electroplating. Called Terluran BX 13074, it is designed for plumbing fixtures, the household sector and automotive construction.
Terluran BX 13074 has a very broad processing window when it comes to its residence time and the temperature of the electroplating bath. It can be used in all commercially available baths, and its high reliability means a lower reject rate.


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