A shut-off nozzle is preferred to a free-flow nozzle. Melt temperature degC Mold wall temperature at least degC A medium injection rate is normally preferred. All mold cavities must be effectively vented. Tool temperature of at least degC is recommended for parts to achieve maximum crystallizable potential. These values alone do not represent a sufficient basis for any part design and are not intended for use in establishing maximum, minimum, or ranges of values for specification purposes.
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It exhibits excellent heat and chemical resistance, good electrical properties and is inherently flame-retardant. The high hardness and rigidity at elevated temperatures allows for good load bearing performance. This product has good weldability due to the modest filler level. Applications made of this grade are electronical components i. April - Page: 1 Value 4 4. Because of the necessary low maximum residual moisture content the use of dry air dryers is recommended.
The time between drying and processing should be as short as possible. A shut-off nozzle is preferred to a free-flow nozzle. Melt temperature Mold wall temperature at least degC degC Inj press Hold press Back pressure 0 30 16 - 25 40 75 55 50 75 - A medium injection rate is normally preferred.
All mold cavities must be effectively vented. These values alone do not represent a sufficient basis for any part design and are not intended for use in establishing maximum, minimum, or ranges of values for specification purposes.
Colorants or other additives may cause significant variations in data values. Properties of molded parts can be influenced by a wide variety of factors including, but not limited to, material selection, additives, part design, processing conditions and environmental exposure. Any determination of the suitability of a particular material and part design for any use contemplated by the users and the manner of such use is the sole responsibility of the users, who must assure themselves that the material as subsequently processed meets the needs of their particular product or use.
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Moreover, there is a need to reduce human exposure to many materials to the lowest practical limits in view of possible adverse effects. To the extent that any hazards may have been mentioned in this publication, we neither suggest nor guarantee that such hazards are the only ones that exist. We recommend that persons intending to rely on any recommendation or to use any equipment, processing technique or material mentioned in this publication should satisfy themselves that they can meet all applicable safety and health standards.
The products mentioned herein are not intended for use in medical or dental implants. Copyright , Ticona, all rights reserved.
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