酚醛 (Phenolic) 塑料
Phenolic - General term used to describe a group of thermosetting resins created by reacting a phenol with an aldehyde, followed by curing and crosslinking. The most common is phenol-formaldehyde. Usually, phenolic is extended by combining it with a filler. Phenolics are usually compression molded and they have good strength and toughness, good arc resistance and other electrical properties, good resistance to solvents and high temperatures, and are bargain-priced.
Phenolic, discovered in 1907 by George Baekeland, is one of the oldest types of thermosetting resins. Phenolics are now considered the workhorse of the plastics industry.
尺寸稳定性良好 (110), 耐热性，高 (97), 良好的电气性能 (67), 高强度 (58), 通用 (49), Good Heat Resistance (46), 快速固化 (40), 良好的成型性能 (38), 无卤 (35), 阻燃性 (34), 80 更多...
电气元件 (83), 电气/电子应用领域 (73), 汽车领域的应用 (71), 通用 (41), 电器用具 (33), 涂层应用 (33), 外壳 (27), 高温应用 (26), 绝缘材料 (21), 粘合 (18), 62 更多...
- Requires fillers for moldings
- Poor resistance to bases and oxidizers
- Volatiles released during cure (a condensation polymer)
- Limited to dark colors due to oxidation discoloration
Typical Properties and Processing Information
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