Design Engineering

Resins for portable devices

GE Advanced Materials has introduced two new grades of Lexan EXL polycarbonate/siloxane resin. Lexan EXL 9112 resin and Lexan EXL 1434 resin provide various levels of flame retardancy. They are a suitable for use in portable electronics, converged devices, telecommunications and handheld computer applications.

August 30, 2004   Staff

The resins have retained the properties of polycarbonate, while extending low-temperature impact strength and cold-temperature ductility. The siloxane softblock in the polycarbonate backbone also imparts improved UV stability. The polymer can now provide prolonged resistance to weathering and temperature fluctuations from -40&#176 to 100&#176C without loss of dimensional stability or ductility.

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