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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.

This datasheet includes:

Delrin® 527UV NC010 | POM | DuPont Engineering Polymers
Product Texts
ISO 9988: POM-H,MLNR,4-2


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.

Design guide

 

 Food compliance:

Not compliant for EU

Typical applications:

Automotive parts with maximum UV performance requirements.

 

Rheological propertiesValueUnitTest Standard
Melt volume-flow rate, MVR 13 cm³/10min ISO 1133
Temperature 190 °C ISO 1133
Load 2.16 kg ISO 1133
Molding shrinkage, parallel 1.9 % ISO 294-4, 2577
Molding shrinkage, normal 1.8 % ISO 294-4, 2577
Mechanical propertiesValueUnitTest 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 propertiesValueUnitTest 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
UL recognition UL - -
Oxygen index 22 % ISO 4589-1/-2
Electrical propertiesValueUnitTest 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
Other propertiesValueUnitTest Standard
Water absorption 1.2 % Sim. to ISO 62
Humidity absorption 0.3 % Sim. to ISO 62
Density 1420 kg/m³ ISO 1183
Rheological calculation propertiesValueUnitTest Standard
Density of melt 1160 kg/m³ -
Thermal conductivity of melt 0.22 W/(m K) -
Spec. heat capacity of melt 3010 J/(kg K) -
Diagrams
Viscosity-shear rate, Delrin® 527UV NC010, POM, DuPont
Shearstress-shear rate, Delrin® 527UV NC010, POM, DuPont
Dynamic Shear modulus-temperature, Delrin® 527UV NC010, POM, DuPont
Stress-strain, Delrin® 527UV NC010, POM, DuPont
Secant modulus-strain, Delrin® 527UV NC010, POM, DuPont
LTHA-Stress at Break 4mm, Delrin® 527UV NC010, POM, DuPont
LTHA-Strain at Break 4mm, Delrin® 527UV NC010, POM, DuPont
LTHA-Charpy Notched Impact Strength (23°C) mm, Delrin® 527UV NC010, POM, DuPont
Characteristics
Processing
Injection Molding, Film Extrusion, Profile Extrusion, Sheet Extrusion, Other Extrusion
Delivery form
Pellets
Additives
Lubricants, Release agent
Special Characteristics
Light stabilized or stable to light, U.V. stabilized or stable to weather
Regional Availability
Other text information
Injection molding
PREPROCESSING

Drying temperature = 80°C
Drying time, dehumidified dryer = 2-4 h
Processing moisture content = <0.2 %

PROCESSING

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


Moulding guide
Chemical Media Resistance
Acids
Acetic Acid (5% by mass) (23°C)
Citric Acid solution (10% by mass) (23°C)
Lactic Acid (10% by mass) (23°C)
Hydrochloric Acid (36% by mass) (23°C)
Nitric Acid (40% by mass) (23°C)
Sulfuric Acid (38% by mass) (23°C)
Sulfuric Acid (5% by mass) (23°C)
Chromic Acid solution (40% by mass) (23°C)
Bases
Sodium Hydroxide solution (35% by mass) (23°C)
Sodium Hydroxide solution (1% by mass) (23°C)
Ammonium Hydroxide solution (10% by mass) (23°C)
Alcohols
Isopropyl alcohol (23°C)
Methanol (23°C)
Ethanol (23°C)
Hydrocarbons
n-Hexane (23°C)
Toluene (23°C)
iso-Octane (23°C)
Ketones
Acetone (23°C)
Ethers
Diethyl ether (23°C)
Mineral oils
SAE 10W40 multigrade motor oil (23°C)
SAE 10W40 multigrade motor oil (130°C)
SAE 80/90 hypoid-gear oil (130°C)
Insulating Oil (23°C)
Standard Fuels
ISO 1817 Liquid 1 (60°C)
ISO 1817 Liquid 2 (60°C)
ISO 1817 Liquid 3 (60°C)
ISO 1817 Liquid 4 (60°C)
Standard fuel without alcohol (pref. ISO 1817 Liquid C) (23°C)
Standard fuel with alcohol (pref. ISO 1817 Liquid 4) (23°C)
Diesel fuel (pref. ISO 1817 Liquid F) (23°C)
Diesel fuel (pref. ISO 1817 Liquid F) (90°C)
Diesel fuel (pref. ISO 1817 Liquid F) (>90°C)
Salt solutions
Sodium Chloride solution (10% by mass) (23°C)
Sodium Hypochlorite solution (10% by mass) (23°C)
Sodium Carbonate solution (20% by mass) (23°C)
Sodium Carbonate solution (2% by mass) (23°C)
Zinc Chloride solution (50% by mass) (23°C)
Other
Ethyl Acetate (23°C)
Hydrogen peroxide (23°C)
DOT No. 4 Brake fluid (130°C)
Ethylene Glycol (50% by mass) in water (108°C)
1% nonylphenoxy-polyethyleneoxy ethanol in water (23°C)
50% Oleic acid + 50% Olive Oil (23°C)
Water (23°C)
Deionized water (90°C)
Phenol solution (5% by mass) (23°C)
All data provided according to ISO 10350 for single points and ISO 11403 for multipoints.

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Test temperatures are 23°C unless otherwise stated.

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