Styron Automotive introduces two additions to its portfolio of Pulse GX resins. The series launched in 2011 with the introduction of Pulse GX 50, first applied commercially in the Audi Q3. The new GX70 resin is designed for interior parts requiring higher heat resistance, such as central consoles, pillar trim, instrument housings, side-protection moldings and ventilation systems. Pulse GX90 is designed for niche applications requiring greater heat resistance than GX50 or GX70. Styron ...
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