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  1. $550.00
    3M™ Glass Bubbles K1 have a density of 0.125 g/cc and an isostatic crush strength of 250 psi. The general purpose K Series glass bubbles are the most economical 3M glass bubbles.
  2. $75.00
    3M™ Glass Bubbles K46 have a density of 0.46 g/cc and an isostatic crush strength of 6000 psi. The general purpose K Series glass bubbles are the most economical 3M glass bubbles. The average particle size is .40 microns.
  3. $75.00
    Because of their high strength-to-weight ratio and spherical shape, S15 glass bubbles are used by formulators to increase filler loading, lower viscosity, reduce shrinkage, reduce warping and increase buoyancy.
  4. $75.00
    S22 glass bubbles have a density of 0.22 g/cc and an isostatic crush strength of 400 psi. The S Series glass bubbles have smaller particle sizes than the K Series.
  5. $75.00
    3M™ Glass Bubbles S32 have a density of 0.32 g/cc and an isostatic crush strength of 2000 psi. The S Series glass bubbles have smaller particle sizes than the K Series.
  6. $884.00
    3M™ Glass Bubbles S35 have a density of 0.35 g/cc and an isostatic crush strength of 3000 psi.
  7. $75.00
    3M™ Glass Bubbles S35 have a density of 0.35 g/cc and an isostatic crush strength of 3000 psi.
  8. $1,333.75
    These additives are 40 percent stronger than 3Ms previous leading high strength glass bubbles and, at 17 microns, are approximately half their size. 3M™ Glass Bubbles iM30K have a density of 0.6 g/cc and an isostatic crush strength of 30,000 psi.
  9. $75.00
    These additives are 40 percent stronger than 3Ms previous leading high strength glass bubbles and, at 17 microns, are approximately half their size. 3M™ Glass Bubbles iM30K have a density of 0.6 g/cc and an isostatic crush strength of 30,000 psi.
  10. $50.00
    3M™ Glass Bubbles iM16K are 25% lighter than the existing 3M™ Glass Bubbles S60HS which have successfully been incorporated into numerous light weighting applications and are half the density of polypropylene or filled polypropylene. Thus, we expect the use of iM16K glass bubbles in resin systems may afford even further weight reduction possibilities than existing options. In polypropylene-filled systems, customers may realize weight savings benefits of 15% or more in plastic parts. In nylon glass fiber filled systems, they may achieve 18% or more in plastic parts.

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