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Compound suits thin-wall injection molding.

High-flow conductive polypropylene compound is easy-to-mold, conductive material that achieves typical melt flows of 20 g/10 min and 2160 g at 230°C. Material minimizes warpage and retains physical properties with notched IZOD impact strength of 2.5 ft-lb/in. and no-break unnotched IZOD impact strength. Surface resistivity is 104 ohms/sq, with volume resistivity less than 25 ohm-cm. Applications...

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Elastomer Compounds are formulated for bondability.

Thermoplastic Elastomer Compounds RTP 6002 and RTP 6003 are available in hardnesses of 45, 55, and 75 Shore A. Type RTP 6002 bonds to PC, ABS, and PC/ABS while Type RTP 6003 bonds to PC/PBT and PC/PMMA. Suited for bonding in 2-shot or insert over-molded applications, commercial grade compounds can provide secure grip, sound/vibration dampening, and protection from impact or drop forces.

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Thermoplastics have fiber loadings above 30% by volume.

Long Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastics are available in over 15 different resin systems and various different fibers, and are supplied in 50 lb bags, 1,000 lb gaylords, and bulk trucks. They can be formulated to provide secondary properties such as wear resistance, flame retardancy, and conductivity, and can also be colored.

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Thermoplastic Compounds use glass bubbles to cut weight

Hollow Scotchlite(TM) glass microspheres are available in most of company's engineering resins. They adapt to processing methods such as injection molding and extrusion. Microspheres reduce part weight and modify polymer characteristics, achieving lower viscosity, improved flow, and reduced shrinkage and warpage. Non-combustible, non-porous glass bubbles produce stable voids, resulting in low...

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Resin Systems offer shore hardness from 30A to 75D.

RTP 2700 U, 2700 S and 2800 B are based on SBS, SEBS, and TPV resin systems, respectively. They permit fabrication of rubber-like articles for applications such as grips, handles, tools, gaskets, seals, hoses, bumpers, strain reliefs, electrical boots, and wheels. Systems can be formulated with properties to increase strength, impart flame retardancy, provide conductivity, and alter appearance...

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Flame Retardant Materials have no halogens.

Based on polytrimethylene terephthalate (PTT), RTP 4700 series glass reinforced, non-halogen, flame retardant polyester compounds are available with glass levels of 10% to 33%. It has flexural strength of 23,000 psi, dielectric strength of 500 V/mil, and HDT of 410°F @ 1.82 Mpa. It has UL 94 VO listing.

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