Semicrystalline polymer. Material with high mechanical and thermal characteristics (up to 240 ° C). It resists stucco creep load and wear, its coefficient of friction is rather low. The heat resistance without load is high but is considerably reduced with load although limited.
- High temperature, resists at 240 ° C. (Resistance values are heat sensitive).
- High resistance to gamma rays.
- Very high resistance to sterilization cycles
- Very stable dimensionally.
- Good chemical resistance.
- Good abrasion resistance.
- Electrical insulation.
- Food Certification EC 10/2011.
- Very high cost.
- The loads can be reduced to over 140 ° C.
- Not stable to U.V.
- Mechanics: Dimensional stability at temperature is high, such as heat resistance. The resulting components have high wear resistance and are self-lubricating; Is used for high performance performance at both low and high temperatures such as gears, bushings, aeronautical and space industries.
- Electrical: good dielectric and insulating properties.
- Chemicals: excellent chemical resistance.
- Nuclear: high resistance to gamma radiation.
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