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CAMPUS® datasheet | ZENITE 6130L


This datasheet of ZENITE 6130L from Ticona is provided by the international plastics database CAMPUS.

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ZENITE 6130L | LCP-GF30 | Ticona
Product Texts
Zenite® 6130L is a lubricated 30% glass reinforced LCP resin. It is
well suited for use in automotive, electrical/electronic,
telecommunications, and aerospace industries.
Mechanical propertiesValueUnitTest Standard
Tensile Modulus 13000 MPa ISO 527-1/-2
Stress at break 130 MPa ISO 527-1/-2
Strain at break 1.8 % ISO 527-1/-2
Charpy impact strength, +23°C 35 kJ/m² ISO 179/1eU
Charpy notched impact strength, +23°C 35 kJ/m² ISO 179/1eA
Thermal propertiesValueUnitTest Standard
Melting temperature, 10°C/min 335 °C ISO 11357-1/-3
Temp. of deflection under load, 1.80 MPa 265 °C ISO 75-1/-2
Coeff. of linear therm. expansion, normal 70 E-6/K ISO 11359-1/-2
Burning Behav. at 1.5 mm nom. thickn. V-0 class IEC 60695-11-10
Thickness tested 1.5 mm IEC 60695-11-10
UL recognition UL - -
Burning Behav. at thickness h V-0 class IEC 60695-11-10
Thickness tested 0.4 mm IEC 60695-11-10
UL recognition UL - -
Electrical propertiesValueUnitTest Standard
Relative permittivity, 1MHz 4 - IEC 60250
Dissipation factor, 1MHz 310 E-4 IEC 60250
Volume resistivity >1E13 Ohm*m IEC 60093
Surface resistivity >1E15 Ohm IEC 60093
Electric strength 36 kV/mm IEC 60243-1
Comparative tracking index 200 - IEC 60112
Other propertiesValueUnitTest Standard
Density 1620 kg/m³ ISO 1183
Characteristics
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within the standard range of properties for natural material.
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