filled thermoplastic

filled thermoplastic

[¦fild ¦thər·mə¦plas·tik]
(materials)
A thermoplastic resin material that has been extended (filled) with an inert filler powder or fibers before curing.
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This filled thermoplastic can replace metal in EMI/ RFI shielding applications at up to 60% lighter weight.
Niino and Nodono developed a fluorescent, filled thermoplastic resin with good light emission by ultraviolet irradiation.
Massimino called upon the new application to help him mold an interior auto trim component made of a filled thermoplastic olefin.
The weekly noted that the plates are constructed with "highly filled thermoplastic, comprising more than 80 percent by weight of graphite."
Figure 2 depicts the double-step melting (without mass loss) of a filled thermoplastic elastomer at 127[degrees] C and 161d[degrees] C prior to the decomposition of the copolymer at 453[degrees] C (c-DTA curve) and 474[degrees] C (DTG curve), respectively, with a mass loss of 89.1%.
Cannon says this technology is a practical alternative to the usual methods of RRIM or thermoforming filled thermoplastic sheets.
Additional features include ASTM color coding for easy identification, compensated alloys for accurate readings and glass filled thermoplastic to provide high impact strength.
It features ASTM color-coding for easy identification, compensated alloys for accurate readings, and glass filled thermoplastic to provide high impact strength.
The latest advances in filled thermoplastic compounding and surface treatment technology will be discussed by research managers from J.M.
The electromagnetic process is able to successfully weld highly filled thermoplastic materials, very large parts, three-dimensional joint planes and difficult-to-weld materials such as polyolefins.
The thickness distribution of talc filled thermoplastic compounds tends to be more uniform.