Telene - Innovative chemistry for designers

RIM Products

 

Main Feature

A great design freedom and variable wall thickness with short cycle time and high impact resistance.

Standard Grades

  • Telene® 1620: Grade specifically formulated to allow design of parts with very long flow patterns (> 5m) and reduced wall thicknesses
  • Telene® 1650: Grade with a slower viscosity increase after mixing; designed for large parts
  • Telene® 1651: Grade with a slower viscosity increase after mixing as well as slowed reactivity; designed for very large shots of more than 35kg with a low-output machine
  • Telene® 2650: Grade specifically formulated for improved chemical resistance
  • Telene® 1750: Grade specifically formulated to allow for ease of demolding complex part designs (deep draws and reduced draft angles)

Application Areas

  • Large to very large parts
  • Small- to medium-series
  • Hostile environments
  • Design freedom

Data Sheet Telene® 1650 / 1750

Properties Standard N° Unit 1650 A/B 1750 A/B
Specific Gravity ASTM D792 n.a. 1.03 1.03
Tensile Modulus ISO 527 MPa 1870 1850
Tensile Strength @ Yield ISO 527 MPa 43 43
Elongation @ Yield ISO 527 % 5 5
Flexural Strength ISO 178 MPa 67 72
Flexural Modulus ISO 178 MPa 1850 1750
Impact Strength
(notched Izod) @ +23 °C
ASTM D256 KJ/m² 30 30
Rockwell Hardness ASTM D785   HRR 114  
Glass Transition Temperature Method 1 °C 155 150
Heat Deflection Temperature
(under 1.8 Mpa Load)
ASTM D648 °C 120 116
Linear Thermal Expansion ASTM D696 m/m/°C 79 x 10 -6 79 x 10 -6
Processing Parameters
Smoke time @ 30 °C Method 4 Sec 90 +/- 10 35 to 80
Initial Viscosity @ 30 °C A & B component Brookfield Cps 310 - 390 > 210
Exotherm Temperature Method 4 °C > 180 > 150°C