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Friday, 04.10.2013

Journey to the stars

Luminescent masterbatches in a wide range of colors and plastics applications from the GRAFE Group have been on the market for years. The range offers everything from injection molding through extrusion to staple fibers. This year, once again, the company is offering an outstanding array of excellent new ideas. One of these is a color effect that renders the appeal of the night time starry sky. An impressive experience that is worth discovering.

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Friday, 04.10.2013

Samsonite luggage series in emerald green

Blankenhain, October 2013 – The year 2013 is shining in new colors: A striking green is the new trend color. This absolute must-have in the world of colors has been enjoying wide popularity in textiles, interior furnishings and also in the automotive industry. With its masterbatches, the GRAFE Group is enabling the application of this trend color in the area of plastics.

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Thursday, 03.10.2013

Antistatic plastics in vehicle interiors

Blankenhain, October 2013 - Most plastics have very low electrical conductivity and therefore display a strong tendency to accumulate charges which gather on the surface through contact with other materials. The resulting surface charges often have problematic effects.

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Wednesday, 02.10.2013

Three strong business units

Blankenhain, Oktober 2013 – Kunden- sowie applikationsspezifisch technische Kunststoffe in höchster Qualität – dafür steht die GRAFE-Gruppe. Seit über 20 Jahren produziert der Kunststoffspezialist GRAFE für den nationalen und internationalen Markt. Anlässlich der K wird das Unternehmen seine Produktpalette inklusive der neuesten Produkterweiterungen und –highlights auf internationaler Bühne präsentieren.

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Tuesday, 01.10.2013

Antimicrobial properties on bright-colored plastic materials

Blankenhain, October 2013 – According information released by the Robert- Koch-Institute, 2,100 hospital-acquired cases of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections have been reported in Germany in 2010. Due to this and other cases GRAFE Group has been working on the development of antimicrobial treatment of plastic materials for more than 10 years.

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Tuesday, 01.10.2013

Bio-Compalen-Paperlike

Blankenhain, October 2013 – The GRAFE Group is introducing a new innovation in the field of bio-plastics: With „Bio-Compalen-Paperlike“, it is now for the first time possible to produce foils which can be torn in any direction. This offers an enormous advantage, particularly in the area of security labels.

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Saturday, 10.08.2013

Increased protection against counterfeiting and product piracy through invisible and cost-efficient product marking

The GRAFE Group is presenting an additive masterbatch for thermoplastics. The development is aimed at marking commodities and special products independent of the thermoplastic type or production method. The patent-pending solution is based on a combination of chemical substances which can be clearly identified both qualitatively and quantitatively in the end product through use of XRF (X-ray fluorescence analysis).

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Tuesday, 09.07.2013

Improved performance of PLA-packaging

Blankenhain, July 2013 –The plastics processing industry has been faced with the demands of an increasing number of end consumers calling for responsible action to protect our environment...

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Monday, 24.06.2013

Exclusive Colors - Masterbatch for exclusive products

Blankenhain, June 2013 – The appeal of premium-quality products begins with the first visual impression. The new „Exclusive Colors“ create a striking impact using complex pigments as they lend a luxurious luster to plastics.

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Tuesday, 28.05.2013

The BLUE WET

Blankenhain, 2013 – In 2014 different shades of blue and unusual effects will be taking center stage. Though a synergy of trends, colors and effects, the „BLUE WET“ actually creates the feeling of holding real water in one’s hands.

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