LG Chem Makes High Performance Plastic Containers Using Nanotechnology - New Product

LG Chem Ltd., South Korea’s largest chemical company, has developed high-performance plastic containers using nanotechnology.

The world first plastic, called hyperier, is extremely leak-resistant making it suitable for automotive gasoline tanks and chemical containers. Until now containers have been made leak free by using numerous plastic layers.

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