Fiber-Reinforced Thermoplastics

Jan. 6, 2005
Tecamax SRP is a rigid fiber-reinforced polyphenylene thermoplastic that is said to be 200 to 800% stronger and stiffer than thermoplastics without added fibers.

The polymer is noncombustable, maintains mechanical properties at cryogenic temperatures, and resists solvents, scratches, and abrasions. It can be molded and extruded into a variety of stock shapes and sizes, and machined to tight tolerances without cracking, crazing, or deformation due to thermal expansion, material stress, or outgassing.

Ensinger Industries Inc.,
365 Meadowlands Blvd., Washington, PA 15301,
(724) 746-6050, shopforplastics.com

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