- The highest class of heat resistance for a thermoplastic resin -
(+100℃ vs. PEEK)
* Tg: glass transition temperature
Critical PV values in the highest
class of thermoplastic resins
The only thermoplastic
(Injection molding: process-less)
AURUM™ is a high-heat resistance super engineering plastic
that enables high efficiency production through injection molding,
challenging the conventional thinking
that polyimides have outstanding performance but are difficult to process.
Coefficient of expansion
Since AURUM™ is the only polyimide resin that is thermoplastic, by filling with filler, the low coefficient of linear expansion equivalent to that of metal can be maintained in the ultra-high temperature range.
High temperature stiffness
As its glass transition temperature is 245℃, AURUM™ exhibits high temperature stiffness properties that far exceed PEEK resin.
Various examples of applications utilizing a high modulus of
elasticityin high temperature environments,
stable dimensional formability,
and sliding properties under higher pressures and speeds
Support from process stages
Support provided by engineers