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Xytron™ G4010E (P952N)

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by DSM
Xytron™ G4010E (P952N) by DSM is an impact modified polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) grade reinforced with 40% glass fiber. Offers extremely good chemical resistance, dimensional stability, intrinsic flame retardancy and high stiffness. It is suitable for processing by injection molding. Xytron™ G4010E (P952N) is recommended for automotive industry. Complies with CONEG, REACH, SVHC and RoHS regulations.
Product Type
PPS (Polyphenylene Sulfide) > PPS
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Geographical Availability
Central and Eastern Europe, Western Europe
Applications/ Recommended for
  • Automotive
  • Injection molding - thermoplastics
Labels/Agency Rating
CONEG, REACH, SVHC, RoHS
Key Features
  • Impact modified
  • Dimensional stability, Good
  • Flame retarded
  • Filled, Glass Fiber
  • Stiffness, High
  • Chemical resistance, Good

Xytron™ G4010E (P952N) Properties

Mechanical Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Tensile Modulus
12000 MPa
( )
ISO 527-1/-2
Elongation at Break
3.9 %
(At 120°C)
ISO 527-1/-2
Flexural Modulus
10000 MPa
( )
ISO 178

Xytron™ G4010E (P952N) Processing Guidelines

Injection Molding Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Drying Temperature
130 - 140 °C
Drying Time
2 - 4 hr
Dew Point
-30 - -40 °C

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