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LUVOCOM® 1/CF/20/HS

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Lehmann & Voss
LUVOCOM® 1/CF/20/HS by Lehmann & Voss is a natural/ black colored, electrically conductive, heat stabilized polyamide 66 grade reinforced with carbon fiber. It exhibits low coefficient of thermal expansion and reduced moment of inertia compared with metal parts. This grade is suitable for continuous discharging of statically generated electricity. LUVOCOM® 1/CF/20/HS is processed by injection molding. Recommended for very strong & stiff parts and high dimensionally stable precision parts with low warpage & narrow tolerance range. It is used in gear parts for automotive appliances, control disks, cams and sliding elements, textile & office machinery, apparatus and precision engineering.
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Product Type
PA (Polyamide, Nylon) > PA 66 (Nylon 66)
Physical Form
Pellets
Appearance
Natural, Black

LUVOCOM® 1/CF/20/HS Properties

Physical Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Density
1.23 g/cm3
( )
ISO 1183-3
Water Absorption
< 1.0 %
(At 23°C, 24 hr, MPTS ISO 3167 A)
ISO 62
Linear Mold Shrinkage
0.2 - 0.4 %
(MPTS ISO 3167 A)
DIN 16742

LUVOCOM® 1/CF/20/HS Processing Guidelines

Injection Molding Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Drying Temperature
75 °C
Drying Time
6 - 16 hr
Drying Temperature
105 °C
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