Semi-Crystalline Engineering Plastics

Engineering thermoplastics with moderate strength and stiffness and are used for bearing and wear applications or structural parts

General Characteristics of Semi-Crystalline Engineering Plastics

  • General purpose structural parts
  • Moderate strength
  • Moderate temperature
  • Good dimensional stability
  • Good izod impact
  • Easily fabricated

Semi-crystalline engineering plastics can be considered for applications with an approximate maximum temperature of 250°F. Selecting a plastic material for use in a high temperature environment requires careful review of material properties data.

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EXPLORE SEMI-CRYSTALLINE ENGINEERING PLASTICS

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Acetal

High strength, stiff, low friction engineering plastic with good wear properties.

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Nylon

Strong, stiff engineering plastic often used to replace metal bearings and bushings.

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PBT

Strong, stiff plastic, excellent machining characteristics, bearing and wear, and chemical resistance.

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PET

A strong, dimensionally stable plastic with outstanding chemical resistance and wear properties.

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Acetal

High strength, stiff, low friction engineering plastic with good wear properties.

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Nylon

Strong, stiff engineering plastic often used to replace metal bearings and bushings.

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PBT

Strong, stiff plastic, excellent machining characteristics, bearing and wear, and chemical resistance.

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PET

A strong, dimensionally stable plastic with outstanding chemical resistance and wear properties.

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