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.


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/ Black

 

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.


Lightweight Angle | Apium PEI 9085 Creme

Connector | Apium PVDF 1000 White

Gear | Ultrafuse 316LX by BASF 

Gear | Ultrafuse 316LX by BASF 

Spin Mixer | Apium POM-C ESD White


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