BOSTON, Jan. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- TenasiTech is excited to exhibit its anti-mar additives at the Detroit event. Most recently, acrylic glass with the additives has successfully undergone 1,000 hours accelerated UV ageing, still giving 7H pencil scratch performance. These and other results can be downloaded here.
CEO, Richard Marshall, said, "We offer a great option for scuff resistant plastics in automotive applications where hard-coating is just too costly. The SOLID-TT additive for acrylic glass is unique, and opportunities abound for other thermoplastics. Please see us at Booth 7 and get a sense of what is possible."
SOLID-TT™ is a great option for compounders and end-users alike:
- In external tests, PMMA with SOLID-TT™ first scratched at 7H pencil hardness.
- Nylons, TPUs and other polymers are also targets for the additives.
- Additives included by standard twin-screw compounding.
- A true additive solution, there no surface rub-off or long-term durability issues.
TenasiTech operates globally, with facilities in the USA and Australia. The company owns a number of granted patents, and patent applications.
TenasiTech: Richard Marshall, CEO, +1 518 572 8572 or firstname.lastname@example.org
About TenasiTech www.tenasitech.com
TenasiTech is an additives company with the goal of solving the most difficult of problems for thermoplastics. The company designs and markets nano-additives, including SOLID-TT™ which addresses mar and scuffing of acrylic polymer (PMMA). In external tests, PMMA with SOLID-TT™ first shows damage at 7H pencil hardness.
TenasiTech operates globally, with facilities in Boston, USA and Brisbane, Australia. The company owns a number of granted patents, and patent applications. These underlying patents were first developed at The University of Queensland, Australia. Seed-funding was subsequently provided by the Australian investors Uniseed, Brisbane Angels and Melbourne Angels.