The Use of Fibers from Agricultural Waste Streams as a Reinforcing Agent in Commodity Thermoplastics (RFT-278)
This invention describes a process wherein lignocellulosic fibers recovered from various agricultural waste streams (such as crop waste otherwise discarded by ethanol plants) are combined with commodity thermoplastics as a means of reinforcing and strengthening the plastics. This method works with commodity thermoplastics and recycled plastics where other fiber reinforcing processes have not succeeded.
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Henry Nowak, Technology Manager
NDSURF Tech Key
RFT, 278, RFT278
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