High Performance Polymers: Meet the Experts at OTC 2019 in Houston, TX

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Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials formerly known as Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products (EPP), the leading global manufacturer of high-performance thermoplastic materials, visits the 2019 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) this May to showcase the latest innovations in advanced engineering grade plastics, polymers, and composites for offshore technology.

High Performance Polymers: Meet the Experts at OTC 2019 in Houston, TX

Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials formerly known as Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products (EPP), the leading global manufacturer of high-performance thermoplastic materials, visits the 2019 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) this May to showcase the latest innovations in advanced engineering grade plastics, polymers, and composites for offshore technology. Known as the energy industry’s premier global event, the annual petrochemical conference drew over 60,000 professionals from more than 100 countries in 2018.

Finished part solutions and stock shapes available from Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials help global clients in the compressor, valve and pump markets to find the right material for their specific applications. Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials polymer labyrinth seals, for example, have been specially designed for the turbo compressor market. The seals have 15+ years proven performance, reducing tolerance or maintaining original tolerance over their lifetime, providing improved compressor efficiency. Testing has shown that Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials Duratron® seals virtually eliminate tooth deformation and mating shaft damage during shaft rubs, common in metal and alloy seals.

Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials comply with many common industry specifications, including NORSOK, ISO, ACME, API, and NACE, delivering reliability, safety, and efficiency. In an industry with strict requirements for temperatures, loads, and chemicals, Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials delivers a superior and vast portfolio of products.

Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials is committed to the accuracy of thermoplastics data for more successful specification writing. Our in-house lab machine-tests samples from the actual post-process stock shapes to ensure our customers receive materials that are on-spec and comply with ASTM/ISO standards. In the oil and gas industries, where part failure can be particularly disastrous (leaks leading to environmental damage; lost revenue due to downtime; and even death), specifying the right material is critical.

OTC is sponsored by 13 different industry organizations and societies. Founded in 1969, the annual conference is the leading forum to exchange ideas and opinions advancing the safe, environmentally friendly, and sustainable development of offshore resources. The conference consists of panel sessions, keynote presentations, technical paper presentations, and networking events.

Visit Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials at the 2019 Offshore Technology Conference (booth # 173) at NRG Park in Houston, Texas from May 6th – 9th, 2019. Application specialists and technical experts will be on-site to answer questions.

About Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials:
Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials technology is backed by a global team of application development and technical service engineers, specializing in evaluating designs and fabrication techniques. Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials expertise is available through a worldwide network of branch offices, technical support centers, and authorized dealers. Learn more about Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials at mcam.com or connect with Mitsubishi Chemical Advanced Materials on Facebook, Linkedin, and Twitter.
 
Acetron®, CleanStat®, Duraspin®, Duratron®, Erta®, Ertalyte®, Ertalene®, Ertalon®, Extreme Materials®, Fluorosint®, Ketron®, MC®, Monocast®, Nylatron®, Nylasteel®, Polypenco®, Proteus®, Sanalite®, Semitron®, Techtron®, TIVAR® and Vibratuf® are registered trademarks of the Mitsubishi
Chemical Advanced Materials group of companies.

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