Amorphous – ETP

by / Sunday, 24 August 2014 / Published in

High Performance Engineering (Amorphous)
Extreme Temperature Plastics

PBI – Polybenzimidazole – high performance polymer with a wholly aromatic molecule of high thermal stability.

PI – Polyimide – A synthetic polymer, containing repeating imide groups, that is resistant to high temperatures, wear, and corrosion.

SRP – Self-Reinforced Polyphenylene – ultra-high performance amorphous, melt-processable polymer that demonstrates outstanding mechanical properties without fiber reinforcement. Exhibits excellent solvent resistance, scratch resistance, and exceptional low temperature performance, great thermal stability, and is non-combustible.

PAI – Polyamide-imide – high strength plastic with the highest strength and stiffness of any thermoplastic up to 275°C (525°F). It has outstanding resistance to wear, creep, and chemicals – including strong acids and most organics – and is ideally suited for severe service environments.

TPI – Thermoplastic polyimide – exhibit low outgassing, superior radiation resistance, excellent wear performance and resistance to chemicals.