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Kunststoffe international 2017/03

Filler with Lightweight Potential

Recycling of Natural Fiber-Reinforced Polymers to Sustainable Pyrolysis Char Filler

Filler with Lightweight Potential

Mineral fillers are widely used in the automotive industry to enhance the performance of polymer grades. A recycling concept has now been developed, in which natural fiber-reinforced polymers are pyrolized to produce pyrolysis char as an alternative filler for thermoplastics.

M. Eng. Constanze Uthoff; Prof. Dr.- Ing. Hans-Josef Endres; Prof. Dr. mont. Michael Nelles

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