Shamrock Technologies Gears Up for K-Show with Three Key Product Offerings

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Shamrock Technologies, Inc., today announced it will feature a line of revolutionary fluoropolymer additives at the K-Show, the International Trade Fair for Plastics & Rubber, to be held next month in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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Shamrock Technologies, Inc., today announced it will feature a line of revolutionary fluoropolymer additives at the K-Show, the International Trade Fair for Plastics & Rubber, to be held next month in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Shamrock, the world leader in PTFE micropowders and the world’s largest processor of recycled polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE), has pioneered a number of breakthrough products in its core businesses of inks, coatings and additives over the years. Up to now, none was more impressive than the introduction of PTFE first to the ink market, and later to the coatings market.

The latest innovations, identified as MicroFLON®, NanoFLON® and Fluoro-T® products, represent Shamrock’s premium line of PTFE products, and are specifically designed for applications where anti-wear and friction modification are essential.

According to Curt Collar, Thermoplastics Market Manager, Shamrock’s increased emphasis on new product development has been paying large dividends for existing and new thermoplastic customers alike. “The MicroFLON® prime PTFE grade offers our customers a broader range of applications including food contact, and the tight process and particle size control deliver superior dispersion and distribution benefits,” Collar said. “The NanoFLON® prime PTFE grade is a Shamrock-exclusive, and offers particle sizes as small as 200 nanometers, which provides a real break-through in slip, abrasion-resistance and release,” he added.

Shamrock Sales Manager, Craig Baudentistel, is equally bullish about the Fluoro-T product Line. “With today’s extremely tight PTFE market, our clean, recycled PTFE powder is an extraordinary value,” he said. “And as far as performance, Fluoro-T tested out with outstanding coefficient of friction and wear resistance in both nylon and acetal (POM) applications,” Baudendistel asserted.

Incorporated in 1941, Shamrock Technologies manufactures more than 700 products in over 500,000 square feet of operations, at six plants, on three continents. To find out more about Shamrock products and services, please visit ShamrockTechnologies.com.

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