With our partners DSM Engineering Plastics, Chang Chung Plastics and TEREZ PERFORMANCE POLYMERS we offer our customers a broad portfolio.
Arnite® (PBT, PET and blends) are high-performance engineering plastics that combine high strength and rigidity with excellent processing characteristics.
As a result, Arnite A (PET) and Arnite T (PBT) are well suited for a broad range of automotive, electrical & electronic and consumer goods applications. A wide portfolio of Arnite is available including unreinforced, reinforced and flame retardant grades.
From Automotive to E&E
DSMs innovative high performance are developed to meet a wide variety of technological challenges. Industry experts, scientists and engineers work hand in hand with us from TER Plastics and our customers to develop next generation solutions.
Arnite is ideal for a wide range of demanding automotive applications – from the braking system to adaptive forward lighting, to windscreen wiper housings etc.
The good match of product characteristics and processability of Arnite and the demanded
properties in the Electrical and electronic industry makes Arnite the material of choice.
Polyesters Processing molding conditions:
T (Melt) = 250-270°C
T (Mold) = 60-100°C
T (Melt) = 270-290°C
T (Mold) = 130°C at least
Longer cycle times (slower crystallization compared to PBT)
Polyesters and polyamides are used in very similar applications.
Our product information and suggestions are based on analyses, empirical values, and data from the product manufacturer in question and are therefore provided with our best knowledge and accountability.
We do not, however, assume any liability or warranty, be it for defects in title, quality and suitability of the products for a specific purpose, or non-infringement of industrial property rights.
We do not warrant the use or processing of the products and information, or consequences of any kind arising from product descriptions, suggestions, and recommendations.
The responsibility for appropriate usage, as well as final suitability testing of the raw material is exclusively the responsibility of the customer as part of sampling/final qualification of a manufactured molded part.
The specified data are only indicative and are not to be interpreted as legally binding specifications.X