"Powder coating is a fast growing technology due to its environmental benefits, particularly the elimination of solvents and related compounds that are emitted into the air in conventional liquid paint," said Christine Murner, ecomagination leader, GE Plastics. "GE's conductive Noryl GTX resin makes powder coating plastic parts more practical by eliminating the cost, time, and environmental concerns of electrostatic primers. Further, they offer OEMs and their supply chain partners the flexibility to replace metal with a lightweight, high-performance plastic, or to run multiple materials on the same coating line. Our unique Noryl GTX resin opens new opportunities for design innovation and production efficiencies."
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