Modified Engineering Plastics
Modified engineering plastics is a industry field involving a wide range of fields, high technological content, and can create huge economic benefits. It improves the flame retardancy, impact resistance, strength and stretchability of plastics by adding suitable modifiers to the matrix of plastics and engineering plastics, and then processing and modifying them through filling, blending, reinforcement, etc.
Modified engineering plastics have the advantages of flame retardancy, impact resistance, high toughness, and easy processing, and have been widely used.
Basic composition of engineering plastics raw materials
|PA6, PA66||Glass fiber|
The performance characteristics of engineering plastics are mainly
- Compared with general plastics, it has excellent heat resistance and cold resistance, and has excellent mechanical properties in a wide temperature range, and is suitable for use as structural materials;
- Good corrosion resistance, less affected by the environment, and good durability;
- Compared with metal materials, it is easy to process, has high production efficiency, and can simplify procedures and save costs;
- Good dimensional stability and electrical insulation;
- Light weight, high specific strength, and outstanding friction reduction and wear resistance.
Advantages of Kailida twin screw extruder and triple screw extruder for engineering plastics
- Kailida has 15 years of rich experience in the design and research of engineering plastics extruder industry.
- The high torque twin screw extruder gearbox independently designed and developed by Kailida has low energy consumption and high output.
- According to the characteristics and requirements of different additives, provide the optimal technical configuration specification and screw design.
According to your application & output, Kailida recommended models are as follows:
TWIN SCREW EXTRUDER
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Types of Process
Processing: Twin Screw Extruder + Forced Side Feeder + Water Cooling Strand Pelletizing System