Product Information
Nov 2017
Ultradur® S 4090 G4 BK15051
PBT (Polybutylene Terephthalate)
 

 
Product Description
Ultradur S 4090 G4 BK15051 is a 20% glass reinforced, pigmented black PBT+ASA blend. It produces moldings with good surface finish, is resistant to chemicals and stress cracking, and has low shrinkage and warpage.

Applications
Applications include highly stressed equipment housings in the automotive, electrical and household sectors.

PHYSICAL ISO Test Method Property Value
Density, g/cm³ 1183 1.38
Viscosity Number, cm³/g 1628 108
Moisture, % 62  
    (50% RH) 0.2
    (Saturation) 0.4
RHEOLOGICAL ISO Test Method Property Value
Melt Volume Rate (275 C/2.16 Kg), cc/10min. 1133 14.7
MECHANICAL ISO Test Method Property Value
Tensile Modulus, MPa 527  
    23C 7,000
Tensile stress at break, MPa 527  
    23C 108
Tensile strain at break, % 527  
    23C 2.4
Flexural Modulus, MPa 178  
    23C 6,400
IMPACT ISO Test Method Property Value
Charpy Notched, kJ/m2 179  
    23C 7
THERMAL ISO Test Method Property Value
Melting Point, C 3146 223
HDT A, C 75 184
Coef. of Linear Thermal Expansion, Parallel, mm/mm C .4 X10-4

Processing Guidelines
Material Handling
Max. Water content: 0.04%
To ensure optimum part performance, this product must be dried prior to molding and maintained at a moisture level of less than 0.04%. Dehumidifying or desiccant dryers operating at 100-120C (212-248F) for 4 hours drying time are recommended. Further information concerning safe handling procedures can be obtained from the Safety Data Sheet. Alternatively, please contact your BASF representative.

Typical Profile
Melt Temperature 250-270C (482-518F)
Mold Temperature 60-100C (140-212F)
Injection and Packing Pressure 35-125 bar (500-1500 psi)


Mold Temperatures
This product can be processed over mold temperatures of 60-100C (140-212F); however, for optimizing surface appearance, dimensional stability and part performance, mold surface temperatures of at least 80C (176F) are preferred.

Pressures
Injection pressure controls the filling of the part and should be applied for 90% of ram travel. Packing pressure affects the final part and can be used effectively in controlling sink marks and shrinkage. It should be applied and maintained until the gate area is completely frozen off.

Back pressure can be utilized to provide uniform melt consistency and reduce trapped air and gas. A maximum of 10 bar (145 psi) is recommended due to the risk of excessive shear.

Fill Rate
Fast fill rates are recommended to ensure uniform melt delivery to the cavity and prevent premature freezing. Surface appearance is directly affected by injection rate.


Note
Although all statements and information in this publication are believed to be accurate and reliable, they are presented gratis and for guidance only, and risks and liability for results obtained by use of the products or application of the suggestions described are assumed by the user. NO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE MADE REGARDING PRODUCTS DESCRIBED OR DESIGNS, DATA OR INFORMATION SET FORTH. Statements or suggestions concerning possible use of the products are made without representation or warranty that any such use is free of patent infringement and are not recommendations to infringe any patent. The user should not assume that toxicity data and safety measures are indicated or that other measures may not be required.
 


  BASF Corporation
Engineering Plastics
1609 Biddle Avenue
Wyandotte, MI 48192
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Web address: http://www.plasticsportal.com/usa