polysulfone resin

polysulfone resin

[¦päl·i′səl‚fōn ‚rez·ən]
(materials)
A thermoplastic polymer containing the sulfone linkage (O=S=O); these resins have exceptional high-temperature, low-creep, and arc-resistance properties, and are self-extinguishing.
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Specifically, Udel polysulfone resin was used to fabricate 0.02" monofilaments, and Radel polyphenylsulfone resin was used to make 0.06" and 0.11" monofilaments.
Launching PESS polyethersulfone sulfone, a novel class of polysulfone resin. Also showing PEEK grades for tribological applications and extruded stock shapes in PEEK, polyethersulfone, poly-sulfone, and other high-temperature polymers.
Depending on the various applications, market is segmented into Epoxy resins, Polycarbonates, Flame retardants, Polyacrylat, Polyetherimide, Polysulfone resins and unsaturated polyester resins.
• Others (Unsaturated polyester resins, flame retardants, polyacrylate, polysulfone resins, polyetherimide, etc.)
Said to be comparable to traditional cadmium-based colors, the concentrates in this series can also be made available for use with Amoco's Mindel and Udel polysulfone resins and Radel polyethersulfone and polyphenylsulfone.
Other key applications of bisphenol A include flame retardants, unsaturated polyester resins, and polyacrylate, polyetherimide and polysulfone resins, which collectively accounted for very small share of total volume consumed in 2012.