PROPERTIES & AVERAGE VALUES OF INJECTION MOLDED SPECIMENS
|Primary Additive||20 %|| || |
|Density||1.19 g/cm³|| || ISO 1183|
|Shrinkage, 4 mm Thickness|| |
| Flow direction||0.10 - 0.40 %|| || ASTM D 955|
|Impact Strength, Izod|| |
| Notched, 4 mm thickness||8 kJ/m²|| || ISO 180/1A|
| Unnotched, 4 mm thickness||55 kJ/m²|| || ISO 180/1U|
|Tensile Strength||150 MPa|| || ISO 527|
|Tensile Elongation||2.5 - 4.0 %|| || ISO 527|
|Tensile Modulus||7200 MPa|| || ISO 527|
|Flexural Strength||225 MPa|| || ISO 178|
|Flexural Modulus||6500 MPa|| || ISO 178|
|Heat Deflection Temperature|| |
| @ 1.80 MPa||245 °C|| || ISO 75|
|Ignition Resistance*|| |
| Flammability**||HB @ 1.5 mm|| || ISO 1210|
|Data herein is typical and not to be construed as specifications.|
Unless otherwise specified, all data listed is for natural or black colored materials. Pigments can affect properties.
|* This rating is not intended to reflect hazards of this or any other material under actual fire conditions.|
|** Values per RTP Company testing.|
GENERAL PROCESSING FOR INJECTION MOLDING
|Injection Pressure||70 - 125 MPa|| || |
|Injection Pressure||680 - 1240 bar|| || |
|Melt Temperature||275 - 300 °C|| || |
|Mold Temperature||65 - 105 °C|| || |
|Drying||4 hrs @ 100 - 107 °C|| || |
|Moisture Content||0.20 %|| || |
|Dew Point||-25 °C|| || |
|Use a reverse barrel profile. To maximize fiber length, the following injection barrel, screw, and tip designs should be followed. L/D ratio 16/1 - 22/1, Compression ratio 2:1, Flight depth 5 mm minimum, in feed section, Screw diameter 16.5 - 20 mm minimum, Compression section length 12 - 13 diameters, Check ring valve assembly - free flow type no restrictions, Nozzle orifice 6 mm diameter. Feed throat from hopper to machine must have sufficient opening to prevent bridging of long pellet composition.|
Desiccant Type Dryer Required.
18 Oct 2016 BWA
This information is intended to be used only as a guideline for designers and processors of modified thermoplastics. Because design and processing is complex, a set solution will not solve all problems. Observation on a trial and error basis may be required to achieve desired results.
Data are obtained from specimens molded under carefully controlled conditions from representative samples of the compound described herein. Properties may be materially affected by molding techniques applied and by the size and shape of the item molded. No assurance can be implied that all molded articles will have the same properties as those listed.
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