Polyamide-imides exhibit a low coeeficient of friction, excellent service tempterature and dimensional stability polyamide-imides are commonly used in demanding applications for aerospace, valves, gears and jet engine components.
Tecator™ Tecator™ is a high performance melt processable polyamide-imide that maintains excellent mechanical and wear properties in temperature environments exceeding 500°F. Stock shapes from Esinger Hyde are available in three grades:
Tecator™ TLN-5013 * high strength industrial grade features good electrical properties and strength, making it ideal for demanding applications at a broad range of temperatures. (* Alternative to Torlon® 4203.)
Tecator™ TLB-5031 ** offers high PV capabilities in bearing applications, primarily at high loads and low speeds. (** Alternative to Torlon® 4301.)
Tecator™ GF30 (XP142T) *** is a 30% glass reinforced grade, compression molded, with superior stiffness and dimensional stability. It is available in a wide variety of custom tube, ring, rod, and plate sizes. (*** Alternative to Torlon® 5530.)
For the Semiconductor Industry as a "Burn-in" test
Sockets, Nests, Chassis, and other applications
Engine Transmission Parts
Welding Nozzle Tips
Excellent weather and gamma radiation resistance.
Outstanding bearing and wear properties.
At elevated temperatures, Tecator™ TLB-5031 offers superior wear rates
High strength and stiffness.
Excellent electrical values.
Tecator™ TLN-5031 has a dialectric strength of 600 V/mil.
Good chemical resistance.
Tecator™ is not attacked by common solvents or fuels and is acceptable for use in contact with many acids.
Maintains a high proportion of mechanical properties over a broad temperature spectrum - cryogenic to 500°F.
Tecator™ TLN-5013 and TLB-5031 are available in a wide variety of metric sizes in rod and plates.
Tecator™ Typical Property Values
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