Background

DURANEX® PBT

DURANEX® PBT (Polybutylene terephthalate) is characterized by its heat resistance and outstanding electrical properties. Its excellent compatibility with various kinds of reinforcement and additive agents means that it can be given many different properties according to specific customer needs. This also allows us to develop a diverse range of grades in our product lineup. This versatile product is utilized in a wide range of areas from wire harness connectors in automobiles to all kinds of electronic components, and also in more familiar everyday items, such as make-up brushes and paper laminate food packaging. Buy PBT (Polybutylene terephthalate) plastic by contacting us.

PBT Characteristics

  • High dimensional accuracy

  • Electrical property

  • Acid resistance

  • High tracking resistance

  • Heat-shock resistance

  • Non-halogen

  • Glow wire property

  • Long-term durability

  • Low water absorbability

  • Flame resistance

  • Superior formability

DURANEX PBT Plastic Material | Polybutylenterephthalat | Plastmass Group
DURANEX PBT Plastic Material | Polybutylenterephthalat | Plastmass Group

PBT Application Areas

  • Automotive connectors

  • Electronic throttle body (ECU case)

  • IH cooking heater

  • Make-up brush

  • Paper laminate (for food)

  • Power supply gun

List of Leading Grades

DURANEX® PBT

PBT (Polybutylene terephthalate) possesses a high melting point and high degree of crystallinity, while a low water absorption rate and thermal expansion coefficient give the resin superior dimensional stability. Electrical properties are also superior, and only small changes in electrical properties are exhibited as a result of moisture absorption. Dielectric breakdown voltage is also high. Both crystalline and non-crystalline structures coexist in PBT. As a result, additives can be readily employed to improve properties and produce various functionalities. Its varied grades include flame resistant grades, fast molding cycle grades, and high impact strength grades. PBT (Polybutylene terephthalate) is adopted in a wide variety of familiar products used in everyday life such as electrical components (connectors, micro-switches and condenser cases), office equipment like keyboards, telephones, automotive parts such as in-car electronics and electric vehicle charger guns, medical devices, construction materials, and precision equipment.

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