PEEK

PEEK is a high-performance engineering thermoplastic. It is very strong and rigid. The characteristics of PEEK show that it has the highest tensile strength in the plastics family. It can be used on a continuous basis in temperatures of 480°F (250°C) without any loss of its properties. To learn more about our  PEEK Material Grade use our custom request function or email websales@vivanylons.com.

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Material Data

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Compressive Strength:
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Friction Coefficient:
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Max Cont. Temp:
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Melting Point:
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Water Absorption:
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N.B. Material data may vary slightly depending on profile and size.

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