Thermoplastic Composite Ready For Rough Use And Abuse

Thermoplastic Composite Ready For Rough Use And Abuse

Kyron MAX series moldable thermoplastic composite allows parts to be injection molded at high volumes with strengths that approach lay-up composite and metals. A unique combination of a proprietary high pressure molding technology and state-of-the-art material technology produces what the company claims to be the highest strength structural components made from thermoplastics today. Features include a tensile strength greater than 100,000 psi and a weight almost 75% lighter than steel and approximately 60% lighter than titanium. For more information on the Kyron MAX series, visit http://www.piperplastics.com/kyronmax/kyronmax.html

Piper Plastics Inc.
Chandler, AZ
800-526-2960
480-926-8100 (phone)
[email protected]
http://www.piperplastics.com

Piper Illinois
Libertyville, IL
800-321-8787
847-367-0110
[email protected]
http://www.piperplastics.com

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