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Engineering Plastics

Engineering Plastics Table(Mechanical Components)

Petron Thermoplast develped engineering plastics properties table of plastics with superior mechanical and/or thermal characteristics & material properties  more commonly used commodity plastics (such as polystyrene, PVC, polypropylene and polyethylene). Because these plastics are more costly, they are manufactured in smaller numbers and are utilised for smaller items or low-volume applications (such as mechanical components) rather than bulk and high-volume applications (like containers and packaging).

In many applications, these plastics have increasingly supplanted conventional engineering materials such as wood or metal. Besides equalling or surpassing them in weight/strength and other properties, they are much easier to manufacture, especially in complicated shapes.

PVC Engineering Plastic Components

When it comes to pipelines and valves, these polymers are highly handy. They provides extremely robust and long-lasting PVC Engineering Plastic Components.

Because of their superior performance in the aforementioned areas. Get more information about engineering polymers.

Advantages of Engineering Plastic

The best advantages of engineering plastic outperform other materials in terms of heat resistance, impact resistance, heat resistance, mechanical strength, stiffness, chemical stability, self-lubrication (particularly useful in gear and skid manufacture), and fire safety.

1. Superior design flexibility
2. Easy compliance of various regulatory compliances
3. Low packaging and shipping costs

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Our vast range of machining tools, CAD-CAM software and technology enable us to deal with almost any part, in any quantity, in any material.

By combining this high standard of engineering components machining technology with equal expertise in engineering plastics and fluoropolymer materials, we have become the unparalleled market leader in India.

Plastic Properties Table

Engineering Plastics Components Service

MATERIALS Tensile Strength
73°F
Flexural Modulus of Elasticity
73°F
Izod Impact
(notched)
73°F
Heat Deflection Temperature
°F
66psi / 264psi
Water Absorption
Immersion 24 hours
Units ASTM Test psi
D638
psi
D790
ft-lbs/in
D256
°F
D648
%
D570
ABS 4100 304000 7.7 200 177 0.3
Acetal 10000 420000 1.5 336 257 0.25
Acrylic 10000 480000 0.4 -195 0.2
Aluminum Composite Material (ACM)
CAB 5221 230000 4.4 196 181 1.4
CE Canvas Phenolic 9000 1500000 1.5
DuPont™ Vespel® Polyimide * 450000 0.8 – ~680 0.24
ECTFE 7,500 – 8,300 232,000 – 261,000 no break 195 160 <0.10
Engravable Sheet 5500 1.1 175
ETFE 6100 145000 no break 0.007
EVA 3580 2470
Expanded PVC 1,975 – 2,900 165000 0.7 -181 0.15 – 0.30
FEP 4350 95000 no break <0.01
Fluted Polypropylene Boards
Foam Boards
G10/FR-4 Glass Epoxy 38000 2400000 12
GPO-3 Thermoset 8,000 – 11,000 1500000 8.0 – 9.5
HDPE 4000 200000 172 – 0.1
High Impact Polystyrene 3500 310000 2.8 -196
KYDEX® Thermoplastic Sheet 6100 335000 18 -173 0.05 – 0.08
LDPE 1400 30000 no break 122 – 0.1
LE Linen Phenolic 9000 1200000 1.1
Noryl® 9600 370000 3.5 279 254 0.07
Nylon 12400 410000 1.2 -194 1.2
PAI 21000 711000 2.3 -532 0.3
Paper Boards
PBT 8690 330000 1.5 310 130 0.08
PCTFE 4,860 – 5,710 200,000 – 243,000 2.5 – 3.5 259 – 0
PEEK 14000 590000 1.6 -306 0.5
PET 11500 400000 0.7 240 175 0.1
PETG 7700 310000 1.7 164 157 0.2
PFA * 90000 no break <0.03
Polycarbonate 9500 345000 12.0 – 16.0 280 270 0.15
Polycarbonate Film * 330000 288 270 0.35
Polyester Film * 0.4
Polypropylene 5400 225000 1.2 210 – slight
PPS 12500 600000 0.5 400 200 0.02
PPSU 10100 350000 13 -405 0.37
PSU 10200 390000 1.3 358 345 0.3
PTFE 1,500 – 3,000 72000 3.5 250 – <0.01
PVC 7500 481000 1 -158 0.06
PVDF 7800 310000 3 300 235 0.02
SentryGlas® Interlayer 5000 50000 110 –
Surlyn® 2,100 – 5,400 4,300 – 7,500
TPE 1740
UHMW 3100 110000 * slight
Ultem® 15200 480000 1 410 392 0.25
XX Paper Phenolic 11500 0.4

MATERIALS Specific Gravity
73°F
Water Absorption
Immersion 24 hours
Units ASTM Test D792 %
D570
ABS 1.04 0.3
Acetal 1.42 0.25
Acrylic 1.19 0.2
Aluminum Composite Material (ACM)
CAB 1.2 1.4
CE Canvas Phenolic 1.37
DuPont™ Vespel® Polyimide 1.43 0.24
ECTFE 1.68 <0.10< /td>
Engravable Sheet
ETFE 1.7 0.007
EVA
Expanded PVC 0.15 – 0.30
FEP 2.12 – 2.17 <0.01< /td>
Fluted Polypropylene Boards
Foam Boards
G10/FR-4 Glass Epoxy 1.8
GPO-3 Thermoset 1.8
HDPE 0.96 0.1
High Impact Polystyrene 1.04
KYDEX® Thermoplastic Sheet 1.35 0.05 – 0.08
LDPE 0.92 0.1
LE Linen Phenolic 1.34
Noryl® 1.08 0.07
Nylon 1.14 1.2
PAI 1.41 0.3
Paper Boards
PBT 1.3 0.08
PCTFE 2.11 – 2.17 0
PEEK 1.32 0.5
PET 1.38 0.1
PETG 1.27 0.2
PFA 2.12 – 2.17 <0.03< /td>
Polycarbonate 1.2 0.15
Polycarbonate Film 1.2 0.35
Polyester Film 1.39 0.4
Polypropylene 0.91 slight
PPS 1.35 0.02
PPS U 1.29 0.37
PSU 1.24 0.3
PTFE 2.15 <0.01< /td>
PVC 1.42 0.06
PVDF 1.78 0.02
SentryGlas® Interlayer 0.95
Surlyn® 0.94 – 0.97
TPE 0.95
UHMW 0.93 slight
Ultem® 1.27 0.25
XX Paper Phenolic 1.35

MATERIALS Tensile Strength
73°Fr>
Tensile Modulus of Elasticity
73°F
Tensile Elongation
73°F
Flexural Strength
73°F
Flexural Modulus of Elasticity
73°F
Compressive Strength
10% Deformation
73°F
Hardness
Rockwell M&R, Durometer Shore D
73°F
Izod Impact
(notched)
73°F
Units ASTM Test psi
D638
psi
D638
%
D638
psi
D790
psi
D790
psi
D695
scale as noted
D785, D2240
ft-lbs/in
D256
ABS 4,100 294,000 32 9,100 304,000 R102 7.7
Acetal 10,000 450,000 75 14,300 420,000 M89, R121, Shore D 83 1.5
Acrylic 10,000 400,000 4.5 17,000 480,000 17,000 M95 0.4
Aluminum Composite Material (ACM)
CAB 5,221 33.9 230,000 4.4
CE Canvas Phenolic 9,000 15,000 1,500,000 34,000 M100 1.5
DuPont™ Vespel® Polyimide * * 16,000 450,000 19,300 0.8
ECTFE 7,500 – 8,300 203,000 – 304,000 250 – 300 6,500 – 8,000 232,000 – 261,000 Shore D 73 no break
Engravable Sheet 5500 M45 1.1
ETFE 6,100 300 145,000 Shore D 67 no break
EVA 3,580 770 2,470
Expanded PVC 1,975 – 2,900 3,755 165,000 Shore D 55 0.7
FEP 4,350 300 – 325 95,000 Shore D 55 no break
Fluted Polypropylene Boards R75
Foam Boards
G10/FR-4 Glass Epoxy 38,000 60,000 2,400,000 55,000 M115 12
GPO-3 Thermoset 8,000 – 11,000 18,000 – 25,000 1,500,000 30,000 – 35,000 8.0 – 9.5
HDPE 4,000 600 200,000 Shore D 69
High Impact Polystyrene 3,500 270,000 52 7,000 310,000 M75 2.8
KYDEX® Thermoplastic Sheet 6,100 317,500 160 9,100 335,000 R94 18
LDPE 1,400 500 30,000 Shore D 55 no break
LE Linen Phenolic 9,000 16,000 1,200,000 36,000 M100 1.1
Noryl® 9,600 350,000 25 14,400 370,000 R119 3.5
Nylon 12,400 470,000 90 17,000 410,000 M85, R121, Shore D 80 1.2
PAI 21,000 15 33,000 711,000 M120 2.3
Paper Boards
PBT 8,690 416,000 300 12,000 330,000 M72 1.5
PCTFE 4,860 – 5,710 100 – 250 9,570 – 10,300 200,000 – 243,000 Shore D 90 2.5 – 3.5
PEEK 14,000 490,000 60 24,600 590,000 M105, R126, Shore D 85 1.6
PET 11,500 400,000 70 15,000 400,000 M93, R125, Shore D 87 0.7
PETG 7,700 320,000 210 11,200 310,000 R115 1.7
PFA * * 90,000 Shore D 58 no break
Polycarbonate 9,500 345,000 135 13,500 345,000 12,500 M70, R118, Shore D 80 12.0 – 16.0
Polycarbonate Film * * * 330,000 M70, R118
Polyester Film * * * 1.5
Polypropylene 5,400 225,000 Shore D 75 1.2
PPS 12,500 480,000 4 21,000 600,000 M95, R125, Shore D 85 0.5
PPS U 10,100 340,000 60 – 120 13,200 350,000 14,350 M80, R120, Shore D 80 13
PSU 10,200 360,000 50 – 100 15,400 390,000 13,900 M75, R125, Shore D 80 1.3
PTFE 1,500 – 3,000 100 – 200 72,000 Shore D 55 3.5
PVC 7,500 411,000 12,800 481,000 R115, Shore D 89 1
PVDF 7,800 350,000 35 10,750 310,000 M75, R84, Shore D 77 3
SentryGlas® Interlayer 5,000 43,500 400 50,000
Surlyn® 2,100 – 5,400 285 – 660 4,300 – 7,500
TPE 1,740 31
UHMW 3,100 350 110,000 Shore D 64 *
Ultem® 15,200 430,000 60 22,000 480,000 21,900 M114, R123, Shore D 86 1
XX Paper Phenolic 11,500 17,000 25,000 M120 0.4

MATERIALS Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion
Heat Deflection Temperature
°F
66psi / 264psi
Max Continuous Service Temperature In Air
Units ASTN Test in/in/°F x 10-5
D696
°F
D648
°F
ABS 5.6 200 177 160
Acetal 6.8 336 257 212
Acrylic 4 -195 160
Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) 1.3
CAB 196 181
CE Canvas Phenolic 257
DuPont™ Vespel® Polyimide 3 – ~680 500
ECTFE 5 195 160 302
Engravable Sheet 5.6 175
ETFE 7.4 311
EVA
Expanded PVC 2.3 -181
FEP 7.5 392
Fluted Polypropylene Boards
Foam Boards
G10/FR-4 Glass Epoxy 284
GPO-3 Thermoset
HDPE 9 172 – 170
High Impact Polystyrene 4.5 -196
KYDEX® Thermoplastic Sheet 4.2 -173
LDPE 122 –
LE Linen Phenolic 257
Noryl® 3.3 279 254 220
Nylon 4.5 -194 210
PAI 1.7 -532 500
Paper Boards
PBT 310 130 245
PCTFE 3.9 259 – 380
PEEK 2.6 -306 480
PET 3.9 240 175 230
PETG 3.8 164 157
PFA 6.7 500
Polycarbonate 3.8 280 270 240
Polycarbonate Film 3.9 288 270
Polyester Film 0.9
Polypropylene 5 210 – 180
PPS 4 400 200 338
PPS U 3.1 -405 392
PSU 3.1 358 345 285
PTFE 8.9 250 – 500
PVC 3.2 -158 140
PVDF 7.1 300 235 302
SentryGlas® Interlayer 6.94 110 –
Surlyn®
TPE
UHMW 11.1 180
Ultem® 3.1 410 392 338
XX Paper Phenolic 266

MATERIALS Dielectric Strength
Short Term
Units ASTM Test V/mil
D149
ABS
Acetal 500
Acrylic 430
Aluminum Composite Material (ACM)
CAB
CE Canvas Phenolic
DuPont™ Vespel® Polyimide 560
ECTFE 385
Engravable Sheet
ETFE *
EVA
Expanded PVC
FEP 500
Fluted Polypropylene Boards
Foam Boards
G10/FR-4 Glass Epoxy
GPO-3 Thermoset
HDPE
High Impact Polystyrene
KYDEX® Thermoplastic Sheet 514
LDPE
LE Linen Phenolic
Noryl® 500
Nylon 300 – 400
PAI 600
Paper Boards
PBT 400
PCTFE 500
PEEK 480
PET 400
PETG 410
PFA *
Polycarbonate 380
Polycarbonate Film
Polyester Film
Polypropylene
PPS 450
PPS U 360
PSU 425
PTFE 400 – 500
PVC 544
PVDF 280
SentryGlas® Interlayer
Surlyn®
TPE 889
UHMW
Ultem® 830
XX Paper Phenolic

MATERIALS Light Transmittance
Transparency / Clarity
Haze
Cloudy Appearance
Units ASTM Test %
D1003
%
D1003
ABS
Acetal
Acrylic 92 2
Aluminum Composite Material (ACM)
CAB 35
CE Canvas Phenolic
DuPont™ Vespel® Polyimide
ECTFE
Engravable Sheet
ETFE
EVA
Expanded PVC
FEP
Fluted Polypropylene Boards
Foam Boards
G10/FR-4 Glass Epoxy
GPO-3 Thermoset
HDPE
High Impact Polystyrene
KYDEX® Thermoplastic Sheet
LDPE
LE Linen Phenolic
Noryl®
Nylon
PAI
Paper Boards
PBT
PCTFE
PEEK
PET
PETG 86 1
PFA
Polycarbonate 86 <1< /td>
Polycarbonate Film 89 <1< /td>
Polyester Film 93 1.5
Polypropylene
PPS
PPS U
PSU
PTFE
PVC
PVDF
SentryGlas® Interlayer <2< /td>
Surlyn®
TPE
UHMW
Ultem®
XX Paper Phenolic

MATERIALS Specific
gravity
73°F 73°F
Tensile
Strength
73°F
Tensile
Modulus
of Elasticity
73°F
Tensile
Elongation
73°F
Flexural
Strength
73°F
Flexural
Modulus
of
Elasticity
73°F
Compressive
Strength
Deformation
73°F
Hardness
Rockwell
M&R,
Durometer
Shore D
73°F
Izod
Impact
(notched)
73°F
Coefficient
of Friction
Coefficient
of Linear
Thermal Expansion
Heat
Deflection
Temperature
°F
66psi/
264psi
Max
Continuous
Service
Temperature
In Air
Dielectric
Strength
Short
term
Water
Absorption
Immersion
24 hour
Light
Transmittance
Transparency / Clarity
Haze
Cloudy
apperance
Units ASTM Test D792 psi
D638
psi
D638
%
D638
psi
D790
psi
D790
psi
D695
scale as noted
D785,
D2240
ft-lbs/in
D256
Dynamic in/in/°F x 10-5
D696
°F
D648
°F V/mil
D149
%
D570
%
D1003
%
D1003
ABS 1.04 4,100 294,000 32 9,100 304,000 R102 7.7 5.6 200 177 160 0.3
Acetal 1.42 10,000 450,000 75 14,300 420,000 M89, R121, Shore D 83 1.5 0.2 6.8 336 257 212 500 0.25
Acrylic 1.19 10,000 400,000 4.5 17,000 480,000 17,000 M95 0.4 4 -195 160 430 0.2 92 2
Aluminum Composite Material (ACM) 1.3
CAB 1.2 5,221 33.9 230,000 4.4 196 181 1.4 35
CE Canvas Phenolic 1.37 9,000 15,000 1,500,000 34,000 M100 1.5 257
DuPont™ Vespel® Polyimide 1.43 * * 16,000 450,000 19,300 0.8 * 3 – ~680 500 560 0.24
ECTFE 1.68 7,500 – 8,300 203,000 – 304,000 250 – 300 6,500 – 8,000 232,000 – 261,000 Shore D 73 no break 0.10 – 0.20 5 195 160 302 385 <0.10
Engravable Sheet 5500 M45 1.1 5.6 175
ETFE 1.7 6,100 300 145,000 Shore D 67 no break 0.30 – 0.40 7.4 311 * 0.007
EVA 3,580 770 2,470
Expanded PVC 1,975 – 2,900 3,755 165,000 Shore D 55 0.7 2.3 -181 0.15 – 0.30
FEP 2.12 – 2.17 4,350 300 – 325 95,000 Shore D 55 no break 0.25 7.5 392 500 <0.01
Fluted Polypropylene Boards R75
Foam Boards
G10/FR-4 Glass Epoxy 1.8 38,000 60,000 2,400,000 55,000 M115 12 284
GPO-3 Thermoset 1.8 8,000 – 11,000 18,000 – 25,000 1,500,000 30,000 – 35,000 8.0 – 9.5
HDPE 0.96 4,000 600 200,000 Shore D 69 9 172 – 170 0.1
High Impact Polystyrene 1.04 3,500 270,000 52 7,000 310,000 M75 2.8 4.5 -196
KYDEX® Thermoplastic Sheet 1.35 6,100 317,500 160 9,100 335,000 R94 18 4.2 -173 514 0.05 – 0.08
LDPE 0.92 1,400 500 30,000 Shore D 55 no break 122 – 0.1
LE Linen Phenolic 1.34 9,000 16,000 1,200,000 36,000 M100 1.1 257
Noryl® 1.08 9,600 350,000 25 14,400 370,000 R119 3.5 3.3 279 254 220 500 0.07
Nylon 1.14 12,400 470,000 90 17,000 410,000 M85, R121, Shore D 80 1.2 0.28 4.5 -194 210 300 – 400 1.2
PAI 1.41 21,000 15 33,000 711,000 M120 2.3 1.7 -532 500 600 0.3
Paper Boards
PBT 1.3 8,690 416,000 300 12,000 330,000 M72 1.5 0.25 310 130 245 400 0.08
PCTFE 2.11 – 2.17 4,860 – 5,710 100 – 250 9,570 – 10,300 200,000 – 243,000 Shore D 90 2.5 – 3.5 3.9 259 – 380 500 0
PEEK 1.32 14,000 490,000 60 24,600 590,000 M105, R126, Shore D 85 1.6 0.25 2.6 -306 480 480 0.5
PET 1.38 11,500 400,000 70 15,000 400,000 M93, R125, Shore D 87 0.7 0.25 3.9 240 175 230 400 0.1
PETG 1.27 7,700 320,000 210 11,200 310,000 R115 1.7 3.8 164 157 410 0.2 86 1
PFA 2.12 – 2.17 * * 90,000 Shore D 58 no break 0.21 6.7 500 * <0.03
Polycarbonate 1.2 9,500 345,000 135 13,500 345,000 12,500 M70, R118, Shore D 80 12.0 – 16.0 3.8 280 270 240 380 0.15 86 <1< /td>
Polycarbonate Film 1.2 * * * 330,000 M70, R118 3.9 288 270 0.35 89 <1< /td>
Polyester Film 1.39 * * * 1.5 0.43 0.9 0.4 93 1.5
Polypropylene 0.91 5,400 225,000 Shore D 75 1.2 5 210 – 180 slight
PPS 1.35 12,500 480,000 4 21,000 600,000 M95, R125, Shore D 85 0.5 0.24 4 400 200 338 450 0.02
PPS U 1.29 10,100 340,000 60 – 120 13,200 350,000 14,350 M80, R120, Shore D 80 13 3.1 -405 392 360 0.37
PSU 1.24 10,200 360,000 50 – 100 15,400 390,000 13,900 M75, R125, Shore D 80 1.3 3.1 358 345 285 425 0.3
PTFE 2.15 1,500 – 3,000 100 – 200 72,000 Shore D 55 3.5 0.1 8.9 250 – 500 400 – 500 <0.01
PVC 1.42 7,500 411,000 12,800 481,000 R115, Shore D 89 1 3.2 -158 140 544 0.06
PVDF 1.78 7,800 350,000 35 10,750 310,000 M75, R84, Shore D 77 3 7.1 300 235 302 280 0.02
SentryGlas® Interlayer 0.95 5,000 43,500 400 50,000 6.94 110 – <2< /td>
Surlyn® 0.94 – 0.97 2,100 – 5,400 285 – 660 4,300 – 7,500
TPE 0.95 1,740 31 889
UHMW 0.93 3,100 350 110,000 Shore D 64 * 0.10 – 0.20 11.1 180 slight
Ultem® 1.27 15,200 430,000 60 22,000 480,000 21,900 M114, R123, Shore D 86 1 3.1 410 392 338 830 0.25
XX Paper Phenolic 1.35 11,500 17,000 25,000 M120 0.4 266

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