Ticona Engineering Polymers has expanded its nonhalogenated, flame-retarded XFR polybutylene terephthalate lineup.
The Florence, Ky., firm is debuting its Celanex 6842 series with improved processability and equivalent properties as replacements for use in electrical and electronic components. Ticona claims they can be used without modifying molds or tooling.
Materials in the XFR product line don't migrate or corrode terminals during use. They exhibit lower density than halogenated systems. They also have good colorability and electrical properties.
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