Conductive – ESD Products2018-10-12T11:38:45+00:00

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A.B.S

Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-styrene
Basics

Why you should use ABS:

  • ABS is a material that is FDA Compliant
  • It has good Mechanical Properties
  • Very High Impact Strength
  • It is Bondable/ Weldable to itself
  • Cuts well with standard cutting tools
  • Material is Paintable, Machinable, and Heat/ Vacuum Formable
  • Same material as Black drain pipe used in homes
Applications

Machine Grade ABS compares favorable with other engineering and mechanical plastics. Because ABS is bondable, it is frequently used to
replace machinable plastics that are not bondable, like Nylon, Acetal and HDPE.

Question:

How does ABS compare with Acetal and other materials?

Answer:

It is a strong rigid plastic material that machines well, with a high impact strength. It is as dimensionally stable as more expensibe plastics
and is FDA compliant for food contact and yest is still bondable and paintable.

Size and Tolerances

Formable ABS Sheet:

.040″ – .250″ in 48″ X 96″ Black Haircell Surface one side
.060″ – .250″ in 48″ X 96″ White Haircell Surface one side
.062″ – .250″ in 54″ X 96″ Royalite R59 – Specialty FR (fire retardant) with Haircell one side.

Smooth ABS Sheets / ABS Machine Grade Sheet:

.125″ – 6″ thick Natural (straw-tan-ivory-beige) and Black in 24″ X 48″ up to 48″ X 120″

Film:

Natural ABS Sheet and Rod
Special Order

.001″ – .029″ up to 24″ wide (as little as 200 lbs runs)

ABS Rod and ABS Rods:

.250″ – 6″ diameter in Natural (tan-beige) and Black up to 96″ lengths

Special Formulations:

Conductive, Static Dissipative, Flame Retardant, Custom Sizes, Formulations, Profiles or Colors

Typical Material Properties

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