Published On: Sat, Jun 13th, 2009

Shinil Chemical Industry to showcase Innovative ESD…

 Shinil Chemical Industry CO. LTD will exhibit new protective Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) packaging for semiconductor and automotive industries based on Nanocyl multi-wall carbon nanotubes during the NPE , June 22-26, 2009, McCormick Place, South Hall, Chicago, Illinois.

The cost-performance of Nanocyl 7000, combined with Shinil’s proprietary dispersion technology and know-how in compounding, is enabling products to have superior quality, easy recyclability, reduced weight and lower cost. The products include magazine racks, IC trays and multilayered sheets for trays thermoforming.

Shinil will be located in the West Hall, booth W92032.

About Shinil

Shinil Chemical Industry CO. LTD was established in 1989 with objective of becoming the leading global manufacturer of specialized thermoplastic compounds for various applications which cover the semiconductor industry, electrical industry, packaging and automobile industry. Shinil produces the full range of diversified polymeric custom compounding products for various applications ranging from high strength, tough plastics to anti-static, ESD, and conductive thermoplastics. Shinil uses its novel technology and compounding system for better performance. Shinil commercializes its products in the form of compound pellets and masterbatches.

About Nanocyl

Nanocyl S.A., established in 2002, is a leading global manufacturer of specialty and industrial carbon nanotubes. Nanocyl is headquartered in Belgium, and has a division in the U.S. The Asia-Pacific market is covered through a network of partners in South Korea, Japan, India, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and China. Nanocyl’s products fully meet the requirements of clients active in producing synthetic materials and manu-facturing equipment for the automotive and electronic industries. As a worldwide leader in the production of carbon nanotubes, Nanocyl is focused on providing complete and value-added solutions to its customers.

 

Source: specialchem4polymers.com