ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is an amorphous thermoplastic material, with a continuous use temperature range of -4° F (-20° C) to 176° F (80° C). It is categorized as a standard material, and offers a balanced combination of mechanical toughness, impact resistance, and ease of fabrication and thermoforming.
Benefits of ABS
Outstanding Impact Strength
High Melt Strength for Easy Thermoforming
Excellent for Deep Draw Thermoforming
Very Good Chemical Resistance
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|Tensile strength @ break @ 73°F||psi||D638||3,830 – 7,260|
|Flexural modulus @ 73°F||psi||D790||223,000 – 417,000|
|Izod impact (notched)||ft-lbs/in of notch||D256||1.7 – 7.7|
|Deflection Temperature Under Load @ 264 psi Unannealed||ft-lbs/in of notch||D658||166 – 213|
|Continuous Use Temperature||°F||D794||140 – 167|
|Water absorption @ 73°F – 24 hours||%||D570||0.20 – 0.31|
|Coefficient of linear thermal expansion (CLTE)||(in/in F)||D696||4.4E-5 to 5.0E-5|
* Technical Data is provided courtesy of UL Prospector (www.ulprospector.com) and IAPD (www.IAPD.org).
Data is to be considered representative and is provided for guidance only. All product performance must be verified by the user under actual application conditions.