High-Flow Conductive Compounds

May 19, 2005
Easy-to-mold conductive polypropylene (PP) compounds have typical melt flows of 20 gm/ 10 min (2,160 gm at 230°C).

Easy-to-mold conductive polypropylene (PP) compounds have typical melt flows of 20 gm/ 10 min (2,160 gm at 230°C). Maximum surface resistivity is 104 w-cm and volume resistivity is < 25 w. The PPs also resist warping, and have a notched IZOD impact strength of 2.5 ft-lb/in. (133 J/m), and a "no break" unnotched IZOD impact strength. Applications include containers, totes, bins, pipette tips, and explosive handling products for medical, electronic, and biotechnical.

RTP Co.
Box 5439, 580 E. Front St.
Winona, MN 55987
(507) 454-2041
rtpcompany.com

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