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Ebauche PCTFE

PCTFE molding

Information on the PCTFE molding at SPN SPN performs PCTFE molding operations for the production of blanks, semi-products (plates, tubes, bars) and specific designs transmitted by our customers (direct forming). The compression moulding process is as follows: the material is inserted into a mould and then placed in an oven...

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Composent PAI

PAI (Polyamide-Imide)

PAI (Polyamide-Imide) PAI or polyamide-imide is one of the most resistant polymers on the market today. It draws its notoriety from its resistance. Without additives, polyamide-imide has the ability to withstand extreme temperatures. This material remains unchanged even when exposed to a temperature of 270°C. Polyamide-imide or PAI is also very...

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PCTFE PTFCE

Plastic PCTFE

PCTFE (polychlorotrifluoroethylene) Key features of PCTFE: Resistant to cryogenic temperatures Almost perfect waterproofing Good chemical stability PCTFE or PTFCE is a fluoropolymer highly appreciated for its properties of very low gas permeability, chemical stability and low-temperature resistance. It is therefore a material of choice in industrial sectors such as aeronautics, cryogenics, and valve equipment...

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PTFE naturel ou chargé

Polytetrafluoroethylene PTFE

PTFE For your PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) parts, the SPN team of experts is at your service. SPN is your plastic specialist. PTFE natural or compound Discover PTFE compound Glass-fiber Discover PTFE carbon compounded Discover PTFE compound bronze Discover PTFE compounded graphite Discover Our other materials PTFE compounded graphite Discover PVDF polyvinylidene fluoride Discover FEP fluorinated ethylene propylene Discover PPS Discover PEEK Discover PES Polyethersulfone Discover PI Polyimide Discover PTFE natural or compound Discover PTFE carbon compounded Discover PTFE compound Glass-fiber Discover PFA perfluoroalkoxy Discover PAI Discover POM Discover PSU Polysulfone Discover ETFE Éthylène tétrafluoroéthylène Discover PCTFE PTFCE

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Compsoant en pps

PPS

PPS (Polysulfure de phénylène) Key features: Very good dimensional stability Excellent electrical insulation Non-flammable PPS or Polysulfide of phenylene is a polymer with very high thermal stability. This semi-crystalline plastic has exceptional mechanical properties that make it a good alternative to metals and thermoset plastics. Indeed, PPS not only has a high resistance to high...

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Composant en POM

POM

POM (Polyoxyméthylène) Key features: Very good mechanical properties in general High tensile and impact resistance Excellent resistance to fatigue and wear Good creep resistance POM or Polyoxymethylene, also known as Polyacetal, is a thermoplastic polymer that exists in two forms: POM-H (homopolymer) and POM-C (copolymer). It is an opaque semi-crystalline material that is naturally white,...

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Peek aeronautic

PEEK

PEEK (polyetheretherketone), PEKK, PAEK Key features: Resistance to creep, fatigue and impact Low density compared to metals High operating temperature High resistance to high energy radiation PEEK or polyetheretherketone is a thermoplastic used in many industrial sectors that require mechanical and chemical resistance, such as in the aeronautics, automotive, medical, electronics or semiconductor industries. In...

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PES polyethersulfone

PES

PES (Polyethersulfone) Key features: Dimensional stability at high temperatures. Compatible for use at cryogenic temperatures. Good resistance to radiation, X-rays, beta and gamma rays. PES or polyethersulfone is a thermoplastic of the sulphur family. It has exceptional dimensional stability and is resistant to high temperatures, with a low coefficient of thermal expansion. Also resistant...

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PEI polyetherimide

PEI

PEI (Polyetherimide) Key features: Good dimensional stability at high temperature. High mechanical and dielectric rigidity. Transparency. PEI or polyetherimide is a very resistant and rigid thermoplastic. It has exceptional thermal, electrical and mechanical properties. Possessing the same qualities as polyarysulfones, this material resists to creep at high temperatures. This characteristic allows a high temperature...

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Tube en polyimide

PI

PI (polyimide) Key features: Very wide operating temperature range Wear resistance Low friction coefficient Polyimide, abbreviated PI, is a polymer with a crystalline and infusible structure that does not have a glass transition temperature or an observable melting point below the composition temperature estimated at more than 500°C. There are different grades of polyimide...

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