SCHULADUR® is a semi crystalline engineered compound often used for precision parts and high quality moldings for industrial, electronic or automotive applications.
SCHULADUR® is based on polybutylene- or polyethylen terephthalate as well as specialty blends and alloys
Key characteristics of SCHULADUR® are:
- Low water absorption
- Excellent dimensional stability
- high rigidity and strength
- outstanding heat ageing performance
- high color stability at high temperatures
- excellent resistance to weathering
- high good sliding properties
- good chemical resistance
Non-reinforced and reinforced PBT grades:
Non-reinforced are available in low and medium viscosities and increased impact grades
Reinforced grades are available with varying glass filler amounts, mineral filler, and impact modification.
SCHULADUR® Top Speed
Reinforced PBT grades with very high flow properties
This high flow range of reinforced PBT compounds offers several advantages for the molder. It can reach twice the flow length compared to standard PBT, leading to colder melt temperature and up to 30% faster cycle times.
SCHULADUR® PCR, A1
Reinforced PBT/PET alloys with glass filler
The SCHULADUR® PBT/PET alloys are always reinforced and achieve high surface quality and attractive pricing
Reinforced PBT/ASA alloys
PBT/ASA blends have reduced warpage behavior and a low density
Reinforced PET grades
Compounds with excellent surface finish and high temperature color stability
flame retardant Polyesters and blend with UL94 V-0 classification
- PBT V0 unreinforced grades with impact modification
- PBT/ASA V0 with low warpage
- PET V0 compounds
Find our hydrolysis resistant PBT for your application that needs to resist 1000h, 85°C and 85% relative humidity!
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