SD0150

SD0150

SD0150 is one of the styrenic terpolymer(ABS) grade with improved toughness versus HIPS grades. SD0150 exhibits,low shrinkage, and good dimensional stability. SD0150 is widely used in general injection molding applications.Use this information as a guide to aid you in selecting the proper resin for your application.

Applications

Furnitures,Automotive Parts ,General Injection Molding,Appliances Casing,Office Supplies.

Drying

Drying prior to processing is recommended in a desiccant dehumidifying hopper dryer. An inlet air dew point of -20°F (-29°C) or below is recommended to achieve a moisture content 0.1%. Typical drying conditions are 2 hours at 180° – 190°F (82° – 88°C). Drying for 4 hours at 160° – 170°F (71°-77°C) is also adequate.

*All above mentioned data are typical values and not to be construed as real specifications.Users should confirm results by their own tests.For more information about guaranteed items, please refer to S.S.S.(Standard Sales Specifications)

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ABS-50

ABS-50

Application

Electronic and Electrical parts, vacuum cleaner, washing machine cover and Refrigerator door cap & etc

Classification

General purpose

Characteristic

Medium Impact, High rigidity

DRYING:

it is recommended that GBPC ABS Resins be dried at (80-85°c)for 3 hours.

The following molding conditions are recommended starting point for GBPC ABS Resin. A moisture level of ≤0.1% should be reached before injection molding the resin.

Some modifications may be required depending on the specific molding equipment and part configuration

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ABS-40

ABS-40

Classification:

General Purpose

Characteristic:

High Impact Resistance

Application:

Automobile parts (radiator grill & etc.), Helmets, Toys, Suitcase, Shoe heels, skis, golf club heads, Sports equipment, suitcases, & etc.

Typical ABS Processing Conditions:

Drying: It is recommended that ABS Resin be dried at (80-85 c°) for 3 hours.

The following molding conditions are recommended starting point for GBPC ABS Resin. A moisture level of ≤0.1 % should be reached before injection molding the resin.

Some modifictions may be required depending on the specific molding equipment and part configuration.

 

INJECTION MOLDING

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