PBI Advanced Materials Korea

Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 
Korea (South)
  • Booth: B100

Extraordinary high thermal resistance.

PBI is an ultra-engineering plastic developed in support of NASA ans AFML in USA.

PBI shows very high thermal resistance-more than 600℃ of heat decomposition temperature,

410℃ of HDT(Heat Deflection Temperature), and 427℃ of Tg(Glass Transition Temperature)


 Compress molding Grade

  - SCM 7000 - Standard

  - SCM 7000HP - High Purity, Low Outgas, Low Metal

  - SCM 7400 - Electro-Static Dissipative (ESD)

  - SCM 7600 - Carbon Fiber Reinforced

 Injection molding Grade

  - TU60 - Srandard

  - TF60C - Carbon Fiber Reinforced

  - TF60V - Glass Fiber Reinforced

  - TL60 - Self Lubricanting 

· PBI Powder, Liquid, Film

· Polyimide Plate - Standard, ESD

· PBI Shapes(PEEK,TPI) - Silver Peek(ESD), Rigid Peek(Insulated), Other(Special grade)

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