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August 4th, 2004

Cyclics Corporation to Introduce New Products

Abstract:
Cyclics Corporation will be introducing a variety of grades of CBT(R) resin at the K Show in Dusseldorf, Germany this October. The boundless versatility of CBT resin enables it to be processed by nearly all types of plastics processing and offers designers and molders new opportunities in: Nanocomposites - CBT resins easily wet-out or exfoliate nano-scale particles to produce lightweight materials with greatly improved stiffness, use temperature, dimensional stability and decreased permeability.

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