Injection Molding Resin: PPS (polyphenylene sulfide)

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PPS (polyphenylene sulfide) is an engineering plastic that can be used for injection-molded parts. Considered an exotic resin, PPS (polyphenylene sulfide) offers a wide range of advantages, including:

  • Excellent strength
  • High heat resistance
  • Tensile strength of 21,800 psi
  • UL 90 V-0 flame rating
  • Chemical resistance
  • Good electrical properties and dimensional stability

PPS (polyphenylene sulfide) does have a few disadvantages, including brittleness and tendency to warp. It’s important to understand how thermoplastics react to different environments and circumstances before you decide which resin to use for your application.

PPS (polyphenylene sulfide) for Electrical Applications

Because PPS (polyphenylene sulfide) has excellent flame retardant properties, it is an ideal choice for electrical applications involving high temperatures.

Is PPS (polyphenylene sulfide) Right for Your Project?

With so many engineering plastics available, how can you determine which is best for your project? Let the experts at Stack Plastics be your guides. We have extensive experience with injection molding and are very familiar with the properties of PPS (polyphenylene sulfide). By learning about your project and application, we can help you decide which thermoplastic is your best choice.

Contact Stack Plastics

To discuss your injection molding project, contact Stack Plastics today.