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  • Thermally conductive polymers delete the heat
    The conventional plastic shown on the left can't spread or dissipate heat, resulting in a localized hot spot. Conversely, the thermally conductive plastic, CoolPoly, (on the right) uniformly spreads heat, giving a more isothermal profile across the part. CoolPoly also dissipates the thermal energy
  • No-static plastics
    by Westlake Plastics Co., Lenni, Pa., are machined into various components shown here. Surface resistivity is the common measurement of a plastic material's ability to dissipate an electrostatic charge across its surface. It is equal to resistance times the perimeter of the electrodes divided by the gap
  • How to Maintain Joint Integrity When Converting from Metal to Plastic
    The weakest sections of many plastic part designs are the. joints and assembly points. During screw assembly of mating. components, the screw has to be tightened with sufficient torque. to produce the recommended axial tension load between the. host component and the threads of the screw in order
  • Heat Aging of 3393 Expandable Graphite
    Shapes, Rods, Plates, and Pieces Industrial Lubricants Lubricant Manufacturing Paint & Coatings: High-Temperature Conductive Plastic Additives Powder Metallurgy Railroad Refractories / Ceramics Rubber Additives Specialty Graphite / Mechanical Carbons Trucking Industry Tundish Welding. Capabilities
  • Plastics for the long haul
    C unfilled POM-H had 40% more dimensional change than unfilled POM. Alfmeier Corp., Treuchtlingen, Germany, avoided electrostatic loads in the tank filler necks it produces at its Greenville, S.C., plant for DaimlerChrysler by using electrically conductive grades of Celcon and Hostaform acetal
  • Medical Device Link . Medical Plastics Failures from Heterogeneous Contamination
    Michael T. K. Ling, Stanley P. Westphal, Chuan Qin, Samuel Ding, and Lecon Woo In the health-care industry, failure criteria are often considerably more stringent than in other plastics market sectors. This vigilance is necessary because even minor, seemingly innocuous device defects especially
  • Designing to beat the heat
    A new family of polymers can replace metals, ceramics, and conventional plastics in heatsensitive applications. Edited by Jean M. Hoffman The choice of plastic used in the bobbin is dictated by how hot the winding gets during service. With thermally conductive plastics, heat generated
  • Designing to beat the heat
    A new family of polymers can replace metals, ceramics, and conventional plastics in heatsensitive applications. The choice of plastic used in the bobbin is dictated by how hot the winding gets during service. With thermally conductive plastics, heat generated by the winding spreads throughout

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