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MTI ThermoStran® PA66-40C Long Carbon Fiber Compound

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by MTI
ThermoStran® is custom designed long fiber thermoplastic compound (LFC) engineered to meet specific end use requirements. Continuous fibers are pultruded to yield pellets with fibers equivalent to the pellet length. Fiber / pellet length = 0.5 inches. Property values are estimated.Processing information:Mold Temperature: Higher mold temperatures are recommended for smoother surface appearance.Nozzle: Shortest length possible and 0.25 inch diameter or larger is recommended.Gates: Gates should be as large as possible and located to eliminate knit line and advantageously align fiber.Runners: Full round runners with 0.25 inch diameter and no sharp corners.Construction Material: Tool steels can be heat treated and polished to increase hardness and wear resistance. A-2 and D-2 steels can be hardened to Rockwell 60 C scale for longer life.Plating: Electroless nickel plating may offer additional wear protection.Information provided by MTI Thermoplastic Composites, Division of Montsinger Technologies, Inc.
Product Type
Thermoplastic, other
Product Status

MTI ThermoStran® PA66-40C Long Carbon Fiber Compound Properties

Physical Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Filler Content
40 %
Long Carbon Fiber
Specific Gravity
1.32 g/cm³
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