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· Celanex® thermoplastic polyester


· Celcon® and Hostaform® acetal copolymer

· Celstran® long fiber reinforced thermoplastics (LFRT) · Fortron® polyphenylene sulfide


· GUR® ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW-PE) · Impet® thermoplastic polyester


· Riteflex® thermoplastic polyester elastomer · Vandar® thermoplastic polyester alloy · Vectra® liquid crystal polymer


Ticona: Engineering Polymers for Innovative Applications

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Ticona is one of the leading global suppliers of engineering polymers. A solutions-driven company, Ticona uses advanced polymer technology to produce innovative materials for a wide spectrum of applications. Ticona holds leading positions in acetal polymers, liquid crystal polymers, long fiber reinforced thermoplastics, and we hold key positions in a broad range of other thermoplastics. Ticona's products can be found in major industries such as automotive, appliances, information technology, consumer and recreation products, industrial, medical, and others.

Celanese Corporation. Celanese Corporation is a premier global industrial chemicals company, with leading positions in commodity chemicals, acetate fibers and technical polymers. Celanese Corporation's

products can be found in numerous industrial and consumer products that people use or encounter in their everyday lives, including computers, high fashion clothes, paints, cellular phones and pharmaceuticals.

The success of application development depends strongly on the quality of technical service for the customer. Ticona is committed to working closely with its customers at all stages of a project to create innovative solutions and successful applications. With its customer focus and range of high-performance products, Ticona is a leading business resource for key industries throughout Europe, America, and Asia. The "tailor-made" properties of engineering polymers result in increasing demand for automotive, information technology, appliance, consumer, industrial and medical applications. Please visit us at our homepage at where further technical information is available. Also, look for our e-rooms in "My Ticona" for collaborative exchange opportunities and explore our on-line purchasing feature, "Buy Ticona Direct."

Table of Contents Celcon® and Hostaform® acetal copolymer (POM) Celanex thermoplastic polyester


4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Impet thermoplastic polyester


Vandar thermoplastic polyester alloy


Riteflex thermoplastic polyester elastomer


Vectra liquid crystal polymer (LCP)


Fortron polyphenylene sulfide (PPS)


GUR ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW-PE)


Celstran long fiber reinforced thermoplastics (LFRT)


Ticona selected applications

Celcon® and Hostaform® acetal copolymer (POM)

Structure Grades

Celcon and Hostaform are acetal copolymers made up of trioxane and small amounts of comonomers. They possess a linear, high crytalline structure. The chemical structure ­ molecular chains with incorporated randomly distributed comonomer units ­ provides high stability to thermal and oxidative degradation.

Inhaler The dimensional stability and low wear of Hostaform® POM in the thin walls of this refillable, multidose dry powder inhaler allow asthma patients to administer repeated and exact dosages without the need for professional medical assistance.

The Celcon and Hostaform product range consists of a number of grades for all kinds of processing and applications. These include injection molding and extrusion, high flow grades, low wear, improved impact resistance, glass-fiber or glass-bead reinforced and laser-markable grades. Many variations of color and FDA compliant grades are available.



Celcon and Hostaform POM are noted for: · high toughness (down to -40°C) · high hardness and stiffness · very good heat deflection resistance (operating temperature up to 100°C) · excellent resilience · good electrical and dielectrical behavior · good chemical resistance e.g. to fuels, solvents, strong alkalis · no environmental stress cracking · good slip properties · low water absorption resulting in high dimensional stability · excellent processability The property profile of the basic polymer can be modified and improved in many different ways with suitable additives and reinforcing materials.

Some typical applications for Celcon and Hostaform acetal copolymers are: Automotive ­ Parts for car doors, sunroofs, power window lifts, safety belts, windshield wipers, brake boosters, fuel senders, fuel pumps, fuel tank gages, clips, loudspeaker grills, fuel caps, air pumps, seat drive gears, activator gears. Appliances ­ Functional and housing parts for small electrical appliances, major appliances, water heaters, timers, vacuum cleaner parts, washer transmission parts. Industrial ­ Gears, bearings, pulleys, slide and spring elements, parts for fittings, pumps, water and gas meters, compressed-air manifolds, conveyor links. Office and information technology, leisure electronics ­ Parts for keyboards, typewriters, binders, office and writing instruments, fax machines, inkjet and laserjet printers, audio, video and DVD appliances, DVD data carriers.

Loudspeaker grill The defined flow properties, vibration damping effect, high rigidity and impact strength of Celcon and Hostaform POM make them ideally suited for car loudspeaker grills.

Emergency Locking Retractor Seat Belt Duracon® POM M90 provides high rigidity, low wear, good sliding performance and dimensional stability for use in the Emergency Locking Retractor (ELR) mechanism of the seat belt.

Duracon® is offered by Ticona's affiliate Polyplastics Co., Ltd.


Sport, garden and leisure equipment, toys ­ Parts for ski bindings, sprinklers, zippers, chain links, gears, toys, audio and video cassettes, parts for buckles, cameras, and clocks. Medical devices ­ Complex medication dosing systems, powder inhaler for asthma patients, insulin dosage systems, clamps of all kinds, rollers for hose pumps, housings for hearing appliances, aerosol valves. Consumer and fluid handling ­ Parts for kitchen and bath faucets, shower heads; connections for plug fittings; parts for water meter and gas meter filter housings, irrigation components, aerosol valves, cosmetic packaging, knife handles.

Washing machine transmission Celcon® and Hostaform® POM are used in multiple gears in transmissions, meeting all engineering requirements and simplifying assembly. The POM reduces the noise, wear, number of components, weight, and generated heat.

Residential Gas Meter Components Celcon M90 acetal copolymer was selected for the center body and several other components of this residential gas meter housing because of its excellent dimensional stability, inherent lubricity, low moisture absorption and low permeability of gases and hydrocarbons.

Fuel sender unit The fuel sender unit conveys fuel to the engine and at the same time senses the tank fill level. The sender sees constant fuel contact at elevated temperature. Celcon and Hostaform POM possess excellent fuel-resistance and dimensional stability at high temperatures.


Celanex® thermoplastic polyester


The Celanex line includes a series of semi-crystalline thermoplastic polyesters based on polybutylene terephthalate (PBT).


· good weathering resistance · fast crystallization, resulting in short cycle times · paintability · flame retardant, if formulated accordingly (UL 94 V-0, some 5 VA) · UV resistant, if formulated accordingly


Connector plugs In accordance with VDE and UL regulations, connector plugs for electromechanical components within interiors of housings must be equipped with flame retardation. The corresponding Celanex grades are especially suited due to their dimensional stability, high rigidity and toughness.

Celanex renders a combination of highly useful qualities: · high hardness and impact strength · good creep resistance · high heat-resistance, especially in the glass-fiber reinforced grades (operating temperature up to 140°C) · good sliding and low abrasion behavior · high dimensional stability (low thermal expansion coefficient, low water absorption) · good electrical properties · good chemical resistance · no environmental stress cracking

The diversified Celanex grades include unfilled grades for injection molding and extrusion, glass-fiber, flame-retardant grades, glass-fiber/mineral reinforced and UV-resistant grades, and blends.


Celanex thermoplastic polyester is preferred for the manufacture of high-quality and high-stress molded engineering parts. Typical applications include: keycaps, cable liners, switches, motor end caps, automotive ignition components, electrical/electronic connectors, door handles, appliance bases, fan blades, shrouds, bobbins, gears, fiber optic buffer tubes.

Buffer tubes Buffer tubes are sheathes for glass fibers in glass fiber cables used for optical data transmission. Celanex thermoplastic polyester is marked by a very high hydrolysis resistance and good stability in extrusion processing.

Steering Roll Connector The Steering Roll Connector (SRC) activates the airbag on the steering column. The SCR consists of a Duranex® PBT stator, substator and cover with a Duracon® POM rotator. The combination of Duranex PBT and Duranex POM reduces noise and wear in the moving parts (stators and rotator) and provides the highly accurate dimensional stability and chemical resistance required.

Windshield wipers Windshield wiper bows and arms made of Celanex thermoplastic polyester replace pressed, bent, and coated sheet-metal parts. In addition to design and cost advantages, the snap-fit connection of components simplifies the final assembly.

Duranex® is offered by Ticona's affiliate Polyplastics Co., Ltd.


Impet® thermoplastic polyester

Structure Grades

Impet grades are polyethylene terephthalate (PET) based injection moldable thermoplastic polyester resins with outstanding physical properties and superior thermal and chemical resistance.


Impet resins are provided in grades reinforced with glass fibers or combinations of glass/mineral fillers. There are high impact grades under the name Impet HI thermoplastic polyesters.


Impet thermoplastic polyester offers the following qualities: · high rigidity and hardness · very good creep resistance · paintability · high heat-resistance (HDT/A up to 228°C) · operating temperature up to 150°C · good sliding behavior · very good electric, good dielectric properties · high chemical-resistance and weatherresistance

Typical uses for Impet thermoplastic polyester are in electrical/electronic, industrial, and automotive applications. Some typical applications for Impet thermoplastic polyester include: film, fiber, windshields wiper brackets, A/C and heater duct doors, grill opening retainers and throttle body covers.

Rear windshield washer gear box This rear windshield washer gear box must be able to resist high dynamic strain. Besides being highly tenacious and hard, Impet also possesses good creep resistance.

Grill opening retainer Impet frames for radiator grills and lights ("grill opening retainers") remain dimensionally stable even at high temperature.

Engine cover Recyclability, heat resistance and dimensional stability are three good reasons that Impet thermoplastic polyester was used for this engine cover. 7

Vandar® thermoplastic polyester alloys


Vandar thermoplastic polyester alloys are a series of extremely impact resistant materials. Although impact-modified, Vandar alloys are semi-rigid. Glass-filled grades of Vandar alloys are available for applications requiring greater rigidity.


Compared to high-impact polyamide, Vandar thermoplastic polyester alloy has higher dimensional stability due to its low moisture absorption. Break stress, break elongation, modulus of elasticity and impact resistance remain practically unaffected by moisture content.


Airbag cover The material consistency of Vandar thermoplastic polyester alloy allows car and car system manufacturers to develop attractive and reliable airbag covers.

The Vandar semi-crystalline, impactresistant modified polyester alloys are characterized by the following qualities: · high impact and notched impact resistance, down to -40°C · high heat resistance, especially in the glass-fiber reinforced grades · high resistance against organic solvents, fuels, lubricants, and brake fluids · high abrasion resistance · good processability · paintability

Main Advantages of Vandar

Ticona offers a comprehensive line of Vandar grades. Besides unreinforced and glass-fiber reinforced grades there are flame retardant or special grades for the manufacture of airbag covers.


Some typical applications are: airbag covers, ski bindings, telephone line splice cases, switches, connectors, housings, wheel covers, brake and fuel line clips, and power distribution boxes.

Compared to polycarbonate, Vandar offers greater resistance against solvents, which is important for molded parts that are exposed to fuel or cleaning agents.

Linkage for conveyor elements Vandar alloy is well suited to linking conveyor elements.

Running surface for skis As a running surface coating for skis, Vandar can be sublimation printed. 8

Riteflex® thermoplastic polyester elastomers


Riteflex is Ticona's trade name for a series of thermoplastic polyester elastomers (TPE-E). These combine the favorable characteristics of vulcanized rubber products with the easy processability of thermoplastics. The molecular structure is made up of soft polyether blocks that alternate with hard polyester blocks. The degree of hardness in this process is controlled through the relative proportion of the soft phase to the hard phase.


The thermoplastic polyester elastomers allow an application at higher temperatures than those TPE's based on polyolefins, polystyrene and polyurethane.


Ticona offers a number of basic grades of varying hardness (Shore hardness D).


Typical characteristics of Riteflex products are: · excellent toughness and reverse bending resistance at room temperature as well as low temperatures · high energy absorption capacity · high wear-resistance · good resilience · high chemical and aging resistance · high surface gloss and good paintability · easy and economical thermoplastic processability

Besides applications in the automotive industry, such as body parts, shock absorbers, gas cap tethers and hoses, possibilities exist for seals, collars, and flexible couplings in machine and plant construction. Riteflex thermoplastic polyester elastomer is also used in footware, hardware, nonwoven fabric and the modification of other polymers.

Cable sheath Riteflex thermoplastic polyester elastomer provides electrical insulation and flexibility for the sheathing of cables.

Rods Riteflex semi-finished products (extruded and pressed fabrics, extruded rods) are marked by high elasticity and tenacity.

Riteflex® polyester elastomer Riteflex® polyester elastomer can be extruded, then stamped, to form a variety of shapes for applications such as netting, fencing and support grids. 9

Vectra® liquid crystalline polymers (LCP)


Circuit block This three dimensional circuit block (conductor tracks of the first shot on the right hand side) for a printer sensor manufactured in a 2-component process with metallizable and non-metallizable Vectra LCP.

A characteristic feature of liquid crystal polymers is their molecular structure. These polymers consist of rigid, rod-like macromolecules, which align in the melt to produce liquid crystal polymer structures. If a liquid crystal polymer melt is subjected to shear or stretching flow, as is the case in typical thermoplastic processing operations, then the rigid macromolecules order themselves into fibers and fibrils, which are frozen-in when the melt cools. This is how the specific morphology of liquid crystal polymers in the solid state is formed.


Tensile strength and stiffness increase in flow direction proportional to the degree of melt orientation. Thus, strength and stiffness are greater in thin-walled parts than in thick walled ones. The Vectra LCP properties are influenced by the high molecular orientation and show a high degree of anisotropy. For example, the thermal coefficient of linear expansion is higher in the direction perpendicular to flow than the parallel one. The anisotropy can be reduced substantially by the use of fillers or reinforcement materials and become comparable to other fiber-reinforced polymers.


Smart-card reader For smart-card readers Vectra LCP meets the requirements of long-term dimensional stability and good mechanical properties in thin-walled structures.

The rigid, rod-like polymer structure results in improved mechanical properties ­ compared to conventional polymers ­ especially parallel to the direction of orientation, and a number of other exceptional properties. The benefits include: · operating temperatures up to 240°C, temporarily up to 300°C · very low melt viscosity · excellent dimensional stability · very low heat of fusion (extremely short cycle times possible) · flash-free quality with injection molding · very high tensile strength and very high elastic modulus in flow direction · high impact-resistance · very low linear thermal expansion coefficient, in the flow direction, comparable to that of steel and ceramics · inherent flame retardancy (UL 94 V-0, 5 VA) · very good chemical and oxidative resistance · very low water absorption

The wide range of Vectra LCP injectionmolding grades consists of a variety of basic polymers that differ in regard to melt points, heat resistance, tenacity and flow. Many variations of filled and reinforcements (glass and carbon fibers, minerals, graphite, PTFE and combinations thereof) allow the adaptation of these basic polymers to the requirements of the application.


Vectra liquid crystal polymer is typically used in the manufacture of electrical and electronic components, for fiber optics, computers, telecommunication devices, chemical processing equipment, medical devices, in the automotive and machine construction industries, as well as in air- and spacecraft technology.

Holder for sunlight sensor Because of its complex 3D design, a 2-component method was chosen for the manufacture of this sunlight sensor. Vectra LCP grades supply the required properties of a permanently metallizable polymer for the first shot and a high flow capacity for the second. 10

Fortron® polyphenylene sulfide (PPS)


Fortron PPS is a linear, semi-crystalline polyphenylene sulfide. The phenylene ring and sulfur atom that form the backbone of this macromolecule provide Fortron PPS with a series of advantageous characteristics.


The following qualities of Fortron PPS outline its advantages versus other high performance resins: · continuous use temperatures up to 240°C, with temperature spikes up to 270°C · inherently flame retardant (UL94 V-0 and 5 VA) and high Limiting Oxygen Index (LOI) · very good chemical and environmental resistance · high hardness and rigidity · very low water absorption · low tendency to creep · superior dimensional stability · good thin-wall weld/knit line strength


PPS gains in rigidity and heat resistance. The product range encompasses grades for extrusion and injection molding with a wide range of melt viscosity. High flow grades are used for thin-walled molded parts with high flow path/wall thickness ratios. The powder grades allow for a wide variety of applications, for example as a heat resistant binding agent, an additive in PTFE compounds, or in corrosion-resistant protective coatings. The unreinforced pellet grades are mainly used for special applications in extrusion processing ­ monofilaments, fibers, films, and non-wovens.


Brake system air valve Fortron PPS was specified for this air brake valve and five others because it met all engineering requirements, reduced part weight by greater than 85% and eliminated secondary machining and staking operations.

Fortron PPS is supplied as powder (unreinforced grades only) or pellets. By the addition of reinforcements, Fortron

Fortron PPS is well qualified for the manufacture of mechanically and thermally stressed parts. The main application areas are the automotive industry (e.g. air, fuel, cooling and braking system components, pumps) as well as electric and electronic components (e.g. connectors, coil bobbins, relays, switches) and in business machines, cellular phones, appliances and a variety of industrial uses.

Connectors Because of its ease of flow Fortron PPS can be processed into delicate and yet extremely stiff objects such as these connectors.

Fuel injection rail Using Fortron polyphenylene sulfide in fuel injection rails reduces the weight in comparison to metal components by approximately 40%. Fortron PPS is especially well-adapted to this area due to its high resistance against fuels at elevated temperatures. 11

GUR® ultra-high molecular polyethylene (UHMW-PE)

Structure Characteristics

GUR is a polyethylene with a very high molecular weight. The viscosimetrically established molecular weight lies between 3.9 and 10.5 million g/mol. This extremely high molecular weight requires special extrusion and compression molding processes.

Orthotic component Orthotic components made of GUR can be imprinted in up-to-date fashion using any of the common printing techniques.

GUR is marked by a very specific combination of characteristics: · extremely high notched impact strength · high energy absorption capacity at high stress rates · very good sliding quality · extreme wear-resistance · low friction loss values · very strong chemical resistance against acids, bases, and aggressive gases · high resistance against stress cracking · very good noise reduction · wide variety of application possibilities due to temperature stability between -200 and + 90°C


Ball bearing shells The high noise and vibration reducing qualities and the strong resistance to abrasion and chemical contact are the reason why GUR ball bearing shells represent an excellent alternative to conventional steel ball bearings.

Filter elements To clean contaminated liquids such as photograph developing chemicals, porous GUR filter candles are employed. On the one hand GUR has a high chemical resistance, on the other it allows the attainment of high separating capacities and long service-lives.

The GUR product range encompasses basic grades, modified grades, and special designs for various applications. The GUR-UHMW-PE is supplied as a powder and ram-extruded into half-finished products and profiles by way of compression molding processes.


Some typical applications are: Industrial ­ rotary pumps, faucets, valves, silo coatings, linings of conveyor troughs, chutes, trolleys, hoppers, bearing shells, gears, isolation parts, connector plugs, mountings, cable tongs. Filter Technology, acoustics ­ porous molded parts for filtering liquids, and for sound and vibration damping. Sports, leisure ­ ski clasp films, bowling alley coatings, sliding guides for target transport units, runners for gliders and snowmobiles, fishing lines made of GUR filaments. Orthopedics ­ orthotic components and prostheses.

Pump casing Its excellent abrasion-resistance gives the pump casing of GUR its long service-life, even when the pump is used to convey media with high solids content. Part for conveyor plant One of the applications typical for GUR is conveyor and assembly technology in large-scale serial production. High wear and notched impact resistance qualities, favorable sliding behavior, and low maintenance requirements due to self-lubrication are the outstanding material properties. 12

Celstran® long fiber reinforced thermoplastics (LFRT)

Structure Grades

The Celstran product line encompasses a number of long-fiber reinforced thermoplastics that can be adapted in tailormade fashion to customer requirements. Nearly all types of semi-crystalline and amorphous thermoplastic polymers are suitable as thermoplastic matrix materials. Celstran LFRT is produced in a special patented pultrusion process through which a high impregnation quality without damage to the fibers is achieved. Every single filament of the reinforcement fibers is wetted intensively in this process. The fibers incorporated in this process can be glass, carbon, aramid, or stainless steel. Fiber length is 11 mm.


Celstran LFRT materials are available as: · glass-fiber reinforced basic grades with fiber content of 30-60%, matrix: PP, PA66, TPU, ABS, PC, HDPE, POM, PPS, PA6, PBT, PC/ABS · Celstran S: contains special steel filaments for electrical screening · glass-fiber reinforced special grades on the basis of the following matrices: PC/ABS, PPS, PBT, POM, HDPE, ABS, PA66, PC, PA6, PET, PP, TPU · C-fiber reinforced (40%), matrix: PA6/6, PPS, PU · aramid-fiber reinforced, matrix: PA6/6, PPS, POM


Molded parts made of Celstran LFRT provide extremely long fibers and high fiber weight ratios. This results in high dimensional stability and outstanding mechanical properties. The attainable values regarding impact resistance, stiffness, elevated temperature performance and selection of appropriate fatigue resistance are impressive and can be precisely adjusted through the fiber/matrix combination. Celstran LFRT allows for cost saving production methods and short cycle times in component manufacturing. This leads to products with an attractive price/performance ratio that are recyclable several times because of their thermoplastic matrices and high fiber lengths.

Examples of applications that may be suggested include: structural, visible and operating parts in the automotive industry (e.g., battery trays, clutch pedals, gear shift levers, air suction pipes, cable trays and control device housings), in the electrical/electronics area (electromagnetically shielded housings), in machine construction (abrasion-resistant gears), as well as in the sports and leisure equipment (ski binding elements).

Case for gas measuring instrument Celstran LFRT can be made anti-static with small quantities of metal fibers. This case for a gas measuring instrument, to which this technique has been applied, has completely retained its high impact-resistance and permanent air-tightness. Unlike carbon black, which is conventionally used for anti-static equipment, Celstran LFRT can easily be colored.

Control panel support The combination of Celstran's high rigidity with its equally high impact-resistance allows the avoidance of control panel particles being torn out of the polymer matrix, e.g. when the airbag is activated.

Snowboard binding and stiffness High impact-resistance even at low temperatures is one of the decisive criteria for this application of Celstran LFRT in snowboard bindings. 13

Ticona Selected Applications

Celanex® PBT- Blood Filtration Unit Outstanding flowability combined with the high melt strength of Celanex® PBT allowed extremely fine fiber sizes (<1 µm) for meltblown nonwovens used in this blood filter. Celanex® PBT is biocompatible and complies with all important regulations for medical applications.

Celcon® POM- Low Gloss HVAC Knobs Celcon® POM acetal copolymer was selected for these HVAC control panel knobs because of its low gloss, UV stability and easy flow performance to give a hard, durable and scratch resistant surface.

Fortron® PPS- Surgical Forceps Extremely high dimensional stability, high precision molding, sterilizability and compliance with all important regulations (such as USP Class VI and ISO 10993) for medical applications are some of the key features provided by Fortron® PPS in this ergonomically designed surgical forceps.

RitefIex® COPE- Coiled Electrical Cable Riteflex® COPE was selected for this coiled electrical cable for its outstanding low temperature flexural properties, UV stability, chemical and abrasion resistance, and excellent memory for coil retractability.

Celstran® LFRT- Door Module Celstran® LFRT PP, with its high stiffness, low creep and acoustic dampening properties, made it possible for a systems developer to produce these door modules that have directly built-in functional elements such as internal door openers and speakers. Weight reduction was also achieved.

GUR® UHMWPE- Food Conveyor Belts GUR® UHMW-PE, which was specified in these conveyor belts, provided noise and vibration reduction along with excellent chemical and abrasion resistance.

Vectra® LCP- Needle-Free Syringe Vectra® LCP provided the necessary high impact resistance and strength for this needle-free syringe to withstand a force of more than 400 N, which occurs when liquid medication is propelled in the form of a high-velocity microjet through the skin and into the tissue.


World-Class Engineering Polymers n Celanex® thermoplastic polyester (PBT) n Celcon® and Hostaform® acetal copolymer (POM) n elstran® and Compel® long fiber C reinforced thermoplastics (LFRT) n Fortron® polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) n UR® ultra-high molecular G weight polyethylene (UHMW-PE) n Impet® thermoplastic polyester (PET) n Riteflex® thermoplastic polyester elastomer (TPC-ET) n Vandar® thermoplastic polyester alloy (PBT) n Vectra® liquid crystal polymer (LCP)

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