Cri-plastMP™ PFA Electrically Conductive Compounds
Cri-plastMP™ PFA Electrically Conductive Compounds are formulated to meet your static dissipative/conductive, ATEX requirements in multiple applications. Specific grades can be processed by injection, extrusion, transfer molding, and compression molding.
- Improved electrical conductivity
- Capable of high MIT Flex performance
- Retains electrical conductivity even at 150% elongation
- Non-marking/sloughing due to lower filler loading
- Retains conductivity after regrind
- Drying not required
Typical Property Data
|Cri-plastMP™ PFA Reference Compounds|
|Melt Flow Rate||ASTM D-3307||g/10 min||~3-6||~2-4||~.5-1.5|
|Melting Point (DSC)||ASTM D-3307||°C||300 ~ 310||300 ~ 310||300 ~ 310|
|Tensile strength||ASTM D-3307||MPa||3200||4300||4990|
|Tensile elongation||ASTM D-3307||%||~250||~250||~250|
|Specific gravity||ASTM D-3307||–||~2.14||~2.14||~2.14|
|MIT Flex||**||na||165,000||Up to 400,000|
* Data testing performed on compression molded thin sheet
** 2.5lb load. Sample thickness ~.2mm
- Injection Molding
Cri-plastMP™ PFA Electrically Conductive Compounds are designed for real application use, not just datasheet properties. Do your electrically conductive products have an elongation specification? Do the raw materials used retain their conductivity at these elongation values … probably not. Cri-plastMP™ compounds retain their conductivity even at 150% elongation. Conventional carbon filled products do not.
|Compound||ohm @ 0% elongation||ohm @ 100% elongation||ohm @ 150% elongation|
|Carbon black filled conductive PFA||3.30E+04||> 1.0E11||> 1.0E11|
|Cri-plastMP™ PFA conductive compound||4.80E+02||3.60E+03|
*CB product loses conductivity
Cri-plastMP™ PFA Electrically Conductive Compounds are capable of achieving higher MIT Flex performance
than conventional carbon black compounds.
372 C, g/10 min
2.5lb load. Sample
|Carbon black filled conductive PFA||1 to 2.5||80-95,000|
|Cri-plastMP™ PFA conductive compound||.5 to 1.7||150 to 420,000|
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