Ⅰ. Heat resistance
Offers excellent long-term heat resistance, capable of sustained continuous use at 200℃ to 240℃. Can also withstand high temperatures of 260℃ or greater for a short period of time.
Ⅱ. Mechanical strength
With a melting point of about 280℃, a glass transition temperature of about 90℃, and a heat distortion temperature of 260℃ to 270℃, exhibits high strength even at high temperatures, while also offering excellent creep resistance.
Ⅲ. Hot water resistance
Has a low water-absorption ratio, so offers high levels of strength even in hot water.
Ⅳ. Chemical resistance
Has a high degree of resistance to acids, alkalis, and various organic solvents, which is the second-highest resistance after fluororesin.
Ⅴ. Flame retardance
Offers high flame retardance even without the addition of a flame retarder.
Ⅵ. Electrical properties
Exhibits excellent electrical properties even at high humidities and high temperatures.
Ⅶ. Dimensional stability
Exhibits excellent dimensional stability in a variety of environments due to its excellent heat resistance, water resistance, and chemical resistance.
Exhibits excellent fluidity, allowing it to be used for the injection molding of precision molding parts.