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Flexible Acrylic Resin 21309-XP

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by DowDuPont (Dow)

Discontinued : product no longer available

Flexible Acrylic Resin 21309-XP is a translucent, heat stable, acrylic polymer. Used in applications which require low stress whitening, flexibility and excellent adhesion. Offers an exceptional UV/weather resistance when stabilized with UV/antioxidant additive package. Exhibits excellent miscibility in rigid or flexible PVC compounds at any blend weight ratio. It can be used as a base resin or an alloy with PVC. Flexible Acrylic Resin 21309-XP can be processed by injection molding, calendaring, thermoforming, blown-, flexible film-, sheet-, tubing- & pipe extrusion via conventional melt processing and milled on a laboratory two roll mill.
Product Type
PMMA (Acrylic) > Acrylic, other
Physical Form
Powder, Free-flowing

Flexible Acrylic Resin 21309-XP Properties

Physical Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Density, Bulk
400 g/l
( )
Melt Mass-Flow Rate (MFR or MFI = Melt Flow Index or MI = Melt Index)
12.5 g/10 min
(230°C, 10kg weight)
Specific Gravity
1.10 g/ml
( )

Flexible Acrylic Resin 21309-XP Processing Guidelines

Injection Molding Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Barrel Temperature
225 - 235 °C
Mold Temperature
57.2 °C
Hold pressure
50 psi
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