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8/1/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Hi-Performance Products Inc.

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Hi-Performance Products Inc. (San Clemente, California) is emphasizing HPPTOOLPRO, a mold release product for chemically hostile, mechanically severe and thermally extreme applications.

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Hi-Performance Products Inc. (San Clemente, California) is emphasizing HPPTOOLPRO, a mold release product for chemically hostile, mechanically severe and thermally extreme applications. This material is said to maintain excellent release characteristics and flexibility over a range of operating temperatures in varied processing environments. HPPTOOLPRO products are typically composed of PTFE on a fiberglass substrate, or solely PTFE. A variety of thickness, weights, colors and surface textures can be supplied in several grades.

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