Apium PEEK 450 Natural
With its unique mechanical, chemical and thermal properties, PEEK has many advantages over other polymers and is able to replace industrial materials such as aluminium and steel. It allows its users to reduce total weight, processing cycles and increase durability. Compared to metals, PEEK polymer allows a greater freedom of design and improved performance.
Apium PVDF 1000 White
Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) is a homopolymer with medium viscosity. Similar to other high-performance polymers it offers stability in the form of thermal, chemical or ultraviolet conditions. That means it has resistance to heat up to 149°C, is almost universally resistant to chemicals and solvents and is unaffected by long-term exposure to ultraviolet radiation.
Apium POM-C ESD White
POM-C is a copolymer showing high strength and modulus that make it particularly resistant to impact and fatigue. Due to its lighter weight, it is often used as a replacement for metals.
Apium PEI 9085 creme
PEI 9085 is an amorphous, transparent polyetherimide (PEI) thermoplastic. It has a glass transition temperature (Tg) of 217˚C, a melting range of 330 - 350 °C and a density of 1.34 g/cm3. ThisPEI 9085 is an unfilled general-purpose grade offering high strength and modulus as well as broad chemical resistance. It shows similar properties as PEEK, but is relatively cheaper and has a lower impact strength and a lower thermal resistance up to 190°C. This material is especially attractive for applications in the aircraft industry due to its excellent flame retardancy.