Advanced Polymer Materials (APM) S.r.l.

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APM collaborate with several companies for the activities of quality control of the raw materials, with methods for the determination of physical-chemical properties, rheological, thermo-mechanical and morphological properties of thermoplastic polymers, elastomers and thermo- and UV-curable monomers. APM also participates to the control and optimization of processing, such as monoriented and blown molded film extrusion, injection molding and rotational and the production of polymer blends. In recent years, APM has developed, in collaboration with some italian companies, polymer blends for rotational molding, new adhesives and coatings for the protection of metal and glass surfaces and applications with monomers and polymers derived from renewable resources.

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