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CAMPUS® Datasheet | Delrin® 527UV NC010
This datasheet of Delrin® 527UV NC010 from DuPont Engineering Polymers is provided by the international plastics database CAMPUS.
Common features of Delrin® acetal resin include mechanical and physical properties such as high mechanical strength and rigidity, excellent fatigue and impact resistance, as well as resistance to moisture, gasoline, lubricants, solvents and many other neutral chemicals. Delrin® acetal resins also have excellent dimensional stability and good electrical insulating characteristics. They are naturally resilient, self-lubricating and available in a variety of colours and speciality grades.
The good melt stability of Delrin® acetal resin normally enables the recycling of properly handled production waste. If recycling is not possible, DuPont recommends, as the preferred option, incineration with energy recovery (-17 kJ/g of base polymer) in appropriately equipped installations. For disposal, local regulations have to be observed.
Delrin® acetal resin typically is used in demanding applications in the automotive, domestic appliances, sports, industrial engineering, electronics and consumer goods industries.
Delrin® 527UV NC010 is a medium viscosity acetal homopolymer resin with UV stabilizers developed for automotive interior applications. It has improvements in UV aging characteristics and thermal stability over Delrin 507.
Not compliant for EU
Automotive parts with maximum UV performance requirements.
|Mechanical properties||Value||Unit||Test Standard|
|Tensile Modulus||3100||MPa||ISO 527-1/-2|
|Yield stress||70||MPa||ISO 527-1/-2|
|Yield strain||15||%||ISO 527-1/-2|
|Nominal strain at break||30||%||ISO 527-1/-2|
|Charpy impact strength, +23°C||270||kJ/m²||ISO 179/1eU|
|Charpy impact strength, -30°C||260||kJ/m²||ISO 179/1eU|
|Charpy notched impact strength, +23°C||8||kJ/m²||ISO 179/1eA|
|Charpy notched impact strength, -30°C||8||kJ/m²||ISO 179/1eA|
|Thermal properties||Value||Unit||Test Standard|
|Melting temperature, 10°C/min||178||°C||ISO 11357-1/-3|
|Temp. of deflection under load, 1.80 MPa||95||°C||ISO 75-1/-2|
|Temp. of deflection under load, 0.45 MPa||165||°C||ISO 75-1/-2|
|Vicat softening temperature, 50°C/h 50N||160||°C||ISO 306|
|Coeff. of linear therm. expansion, parallel||120||E-6/K||ISO 11359-1/-2|
|Coeff. of linear therm. expansion, normal||120||E-6/K||ISO 11359-1/-2|
|Burning Behav. at 1.5 mm nom. thickn.||HB||class||IEC 60695-11-10|
|Thickness tested||1.5||mm||IEC 60695-11-10|
|Burning Behav. at thickness h||HB||class||IEC 60695-11-10|
|Thickness tested||0.8||mm||IEC 60695-11-10|
|Oxygen index||22||%||ISO 4589-1/-2|
|Electrical properties||Value||Unit||Test Standard|
|Relative permittivity, 100Hz||3.5||-||IEC 60250|
|Relative permittivity, 1MHz||3.8||-||IEC 60250|
|Dissipation factor, 100Hz||180||E-4||IEC 60250|
|Dissipation factor, 1MHz||60||E-4||IEC 60250|
|Volume resistivity||1E11||Ohm*m||IEC 60093|
|Electric strength||32||kV/mm||IEC 60243-1|
|Comparative tracking index||600||-||IEC 60112|
Drying temperature = 80°C
Drying time, dehumidified dryer = 2-4 h
Processing moisture content = <0.2 %
Melt temperature optimum = 215°C
Melt temperature range = 210-220°C
Mold temperature optimum = 90°C
Mold temperature range = 80-100°C
Hold pressure range = 80-100 MPa
Hold pressure time = 8-10 s/mm
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Test temperatures are 23°C unless otherwise stated.
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