Wear Resistant News

RTP Company Provides Tribology Data for Medical Device Material Selection

WINONA, MINNESOTA, USA – RTP Company, a leading global compounder of custom engineered thermoplastics that solve medical application challenges around the world, now offers tribology data from an innovative new friction test to help designers of drug delivery devices select … Continue reading

RTP Company Acetal Wear & Friction Compounds

Global custom engineered thermoplastics compounder RTP Company continues to strengthen its wear and friction compounds offering the latest advancements being made in its family of wear and friction acetal (POM) compounds. RTP Company has long been a leader in this … Continue reading

RTP Company introduces Ultra Wear Compounds to MD&M West Trade Show

WINONA, MINNESOTA, USA – (12/16/13) – Global custom engineered thermoplastics compounder, RTP Company, has recently introduced a new line of high performance, injection modable wear and friction resistant compounds, called Ultra Wear. These new Ultra Wear compounds are capable of … Continue reading

Ultra Wear for High Temperature, High PV Applications

Excellent wear performance at very high loads Excellent friction performance at very high speeds High performance at elevated ambient and interface temperatures Imagine injection moldable compounds that perform under the extreme conditions of high temperature, high loads, and high speeds that … Continue reading

RTP Company Makes Recycled Post-Consumer Content Compounds Available In Specialty Grades

WINONA, MINNESOTA, USA — Global custom engineered thermoplastic compounder RTP Company recently made available a new series of specialty compounds using post-consumer content (PCC) resins. The reclaimed resins are plastics diverted from solid waste streams through recycling programs. PCC compounds … Continue reading

Bioplastics Added to RTP Company’s Specialty Compound Product Families

Global custom engineered thermoplastic compounder RTP Company has introduced a comprehensive line of engineered bioplastic specialty compounds that utilize resins derived from rapidly renewable resources. Initial bioplastic compounds based on polyamide, polyester, and polylactic acid (PLA) are available in grades … Continue reading