FORTRON 0205 -- 326
from Celanese Corporation

FORTRON should in principle be predried. Because of the necessary low maximum residual moisture content the use of dry air dryers is recommended. The dew point should be = < - 30 ° C. The time between drying and processing should be as short as possible. [See More]

  • Chemical System: Polysulphide or Polyphenylene Sulphide
  • Filler: LOW VISCOSITY, UNFIL
  • Type: Thermoplastic
  • Use Temperature: 230 to 248
LNP Konduit Thermally Conductive Resin -- OTF2B
from SABIC

Konduit* compounds were the first thermally conductive composites commercially available. From 10 to 50 times more thermally conductive than conventional unfilled thermoplastics, Konduit compounds can conduct heat away from devices into a heat sink or the surrounding air, designed to extend product... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Polysulphide or Polyphenylene Sulphide
  • Filler: Glass or FRP
  • Type: Thermoplastic
  • Form / Shape: Pellets
DURAFIDE® PPS -- 0220A9 HD9100 (ISO)
from Polyplastics USA, Inc.

As was mentioned in the history column, commercial production of polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) was commenced in 1973 by U.S. company Phillips Petroleum. Demand has expanded over the years on account of the resin's high heat resistance. However, the material came to be known as a brittle one because of... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Polysulphide or Polyphenylene Sulphide
  • Filler: Unfilled
  • Type: Thermoplastic
  • Deflection Temperature: 212