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RTP 281 TFE 20

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by RTP Company
RTP 281 TPE 20 is a PTFE lubricated polyamide 6-6 (Nylon 6-6) reinforced with 10% carbon fiber. Enables strength, ductility, stiffness, heat resistance, chemical resistance to hydrocarbons, wear resistance and lubricity. Is suitable for processing by injection molding. Applications include complex, thin walled components to large thick walled housings and metal replacement. Also used in automotive, electrical & electronics, and industrial applications including actuator gearing, latch components, leaf spring spacers, housings, bearings, gears, cams, pump impellers, rollers, and sliding components, such as cover panels, doors & latches on consumer electronics.
Product Type
PA (Polyamide, Nylon) > PA 6-6 (Nylon 6-6)
Product Status
Geographical Availability
Africa, Asia / Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Central Asia, North America, South and Central America, Western Europe

RTP 281 TFE 20 Properties

Physical Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Specific Gravity
( )
Linear Mold Shrinkage
0.2 - 0.4 %
(At 1/8 in (3.2 mm) section)

RTP 281 TFE 20 Processing Guidelines

Injection Molding Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Dew Point
-18 °C
Injection Pressure
69 - 124 MPa
Moisture Content
0.20 %
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