PPA – Polyphthalamide PPA GF35AKROMID® T9 GF 35 4 black (7858)
AKROMID® T9 GF 35 4 schwarz (7858) is a 35% glass fibre reinforced polyphthalamide with medium stiffness and strength, as well as high chemical resistance.
The compound is based on PA9T and has lower moisture uptake than conventional PA6T variants. This leads to a significantly higher consistency of the glass transition temperature and higher strength at elevated temperatures especially in conditioned state.
Tensile modulus (1 mm/min | ISO 527-2) d.a.m. 11000 MPa conditioned 11000 MPa
Stress at break (5 mm/min | ISO 527-2) d.a.m. 200 MPa conditioned 175 MPa
Strain at break (5 mm/min | ISO 527-2) d.a.m. 2,5 % conditioned 2,2 %
Charpy impact strength (23°C | ISO 179-1/1eU) d.a.m. 75 kJ/m² conditioned 100 kJ/m²
Charpy notched impact strength (23°C | ISO 179-1/1eA) d.a.m. 12 kJ/m² conditioned 16 kJ/m²
Temperature of deflection under load HDT/A (1,8 MPa | ISO 75) 270 °C
Glass transition temperature (DSC, 2nd heating | DIN EN ISO 11357-2) 125 °C
Melting temperature (DSC, 10K/min | DIN EN ISO 11357-3) 305 °C
Burning rate (UL 94) 1,6mm Wall thickness HB Class
Density (23°C | ISO 1183) 1,41 g/cm³
Humidity absorption (70°C, 62% r.H. | ISO 1110) 0,1-0,3 %
Molding shrinkage (flow | ISO 294-4) 0,15 - 0,35 %
Molding shrinkage (transverse | ISO 294-4) 0,55 - 0,75 %
Comparative tracking index (Test liquid A | IEC 60112) 600 V
The listed values are recommendations. Higher values should be used for higher glass loadings. We recommend only de-humidifying or vacuum dryers. Extensive drying can cause filling problems and surface defects.
|Drying time||0 - 4 h|
|Drying temperature (τ ≤ -30°C)||120°C|
|Processing moisture||0,02 - 0,1%|
|Feed section||60 - 90°C|
|Temperature zone 1 - Zone 4||310 - 340°C|
|Nozzle temperature||320 - 340°C|
|Melt temperature||320 - 340°C|
|Mold temperature||120 - 160°C|
|Holding pressure, spec.||300 - 800 bar|
|Back pressure, spec.||50 - 150 bar|
|Injection speed||medium to high|
|Screw speed||8 - 15 m/min|
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