Compounding Lines: March 1996 Edition

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IN THIS ISSUE:

Housing Requires Quality, Durability

Olson Tool & Plastics, Inc. and RTP Company joined forces to meet the needs of Rehabilicare, a designer and manufacturer of electrotherapy and pain management products. The housing for the Rehabilicare CTDx Stimulation System control box requires a precolored, flame … Continue reading

Specialty Compound Meets Seal, Mounting Clip Needs

Fasco Controls Corporation in Shelby, NC, needed a durable, yet flexible material for automotive switch housings. The switches, used in all four-door 1996 Saturn vehicles, are inserted into vehicle door jams. When either front door is open, a switch is … Continue reading

Electromagnetic, Conductive Compound Ideal For Gaskets, Seals

RTP Company has developed a new material which provides electromagnetic and radio frequency interference (EMI/RFI) shielding and is pliable enough to serve as a gasket or seal. This injection-moldable compound is a styrenic-based thermoplastic elastomer featuring highly-conductive additives. The product, … Continue reading

EMI Compound Shields IBM Magstar Display

IBM Storage Systems Division in Tucson, AZ and RTP Company teamed-up to find a specialty compound ideal for front and back covers of the IBM Magstar Tape Drive operator/service display panel. The material chosen, previously developed by RTP Company for … Continue reading