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BASF Ultrason® E 2010 C6 30% Carbon Filled

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by BASF
Carbon fibers and Ultrason® two partners with outstanding properties. The combination of carbon fibers with the amorphous high-temperature plastic Ultrason® guarantees extraordinary mechanical properties for temperatures of up to 200 °C.Excellent properties: very high stiffness, very constant mechanical properties, low and constant thermal expansion = dimensionally stable and excellent creep behaviorPotential applications: Substitution of metal, using the advantages of thermoplastic materials (e.g. realization of complex designs by injection-molding), substitution of PEEK for applications with a maximum of 200 °C, parts with antistatic requirements and parts with electrically conductive requirements
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Product Type
PSU (Polysulfone) > PSU
Product Status
Active

BASF Ultrason® E 2010 C6 30% Carbon Filled Properties

Physical Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Melt Mass-Flow Rate (MFR or MFI = Melt Flow Index or MI = Melt Index)
> 22.05 g/10 min
(@Temperature 360 °C)
ISO 1133
Melt Mass-Flow Rate (MFR or MFI = Melt Flow Index or MI = Melt Index)
> 22.05 g/10 min
(@Load 10 kg)
ISO 1133
Melt Mass-Flow Rate (MFR or MFI = Melt Flow Index or MI = Melt Index)
> 45 g/10 min
(@Temperature 400 °C)
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