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Engineering plastics provide high performance and are escpecially resistant to heat, chemicals, impact and fire. They have high mechanical strength.
- Good mechanical properties
- Broad chemical resistance
- Low wear
- High transparency
- High cold fracture resistance
- High aging- and UV-light resistance
Available as cut-to-size, sheets, hoses or hose parts.
Hard PVC does not contain any plasticizers and is therefore characterized by high mechanical strength and hardness compared to soft PVC. The electrical insulation properties are sufficient for most applications. Hard PVC can be easily used up to a temperature of 60°C. However, embrittlement must be expected at low temperatures.
Polycarbonate has high strength, impact resistance, stiffness and is characterized by very high dimensional stability. Even at temperatures below freezing polycarbonate has excellent impact strength. PC has low water absorption and is also heat resistant. The material is easy to thermoform.
Polyoxymethylene has high hardness, stiffness, ductility and heat resistance. In additon, the material has good dimensional stability, electrical insulation and sliding properties. POM has also good wear behaviour and is resistant to stress cracking.
Polyamide has high strength, hardness, abrasion resistance, impact and notched impact strength. Furthermore, polyamide offers high wear and heat resistance as well as good sliding and emergency running properties. Polyamides are resistant to hydrocarbons (aliphatic and aromatic), diluted alkalis, alcohols, oils or greases and many more. However, the material is not resistant to strong acids and alkalis or chlorinated hydrocarbons.
We would like to point out that the individual application conditions have an influence on the properties of each single product. For this reason the customer is responsible to perform a suitability test of the materials. The use of our materials is exclusively within the user’s responsibility.