The specified data are standard values. These values can be influenced by processing conditions, modifications, material additives and environmental effects and do not free the user from the responsibility of performing their own tests and trials. The information has been compiled on the basis of current experiences and knowledge. A legally binding assurance of particular properties or applicability for a concrete purpose cannot be derived from our information.

PVC-U GREY

Short Profile

Polyvinylchloride, abbreviated Hard-PVC, is an unplasticised amorphous thermoplastic material. PVC is characterized by high chemical resistance and it is self extinguishing after withdrawal of an external flame. Additional characteristics of the material are its high strength, rigidity and dimensional stability. In the Ventilation area, PVC-U grey is primarily chosen for interior use.

 

Chemical structure PVC

Characteristic Profile

  • Density (specific weight): ≈ 1,35 g/cm³
  • High chemical resistance:
    esp. against organic acids and alkalis
  • Burning behaviour:
    flame resistant according to DIN 4102-1 B1
    flame resistant according to DIN EN 13501-1 B-S3 d0
  • Operating temperature: 0° to +50°C
  • High strength and rigidity
  • High corrosion resistance
  • Good electrical insulation

Recommended Joining Techniques

  • Plastics welding

Recommended Application Areas

  • Can be used indoors
WELDING PARAMETERS
according to Guideline DVs 2207-3
Hot gas temperature
°C
350 - 370
Hot gas volume flow
Nl/min
45 - 55
Welding speed
mm/min
250 - 350
Welding force
at a bar diameter
in kg 4mm/5mm

2,5 - 3,5
/ 4,0 - 4,5

Please note further information regarding
DVS 2207-3 in Appendix 1

PVC WHITE

Short Profile

Polyvinyl chloride, abbreviated Hard-PVC, is an unplasticised amorphous thermoplastic material. PVC is characterized by high chemical resistance and it is self extinguishing after withdrawal of an external flame. Additional characteristics of the material are its high strength, rigidity and dimensional stability. In die Ventilation area, PVC white is chosen for interior as well as exterior use. Further more PVC white is UV-resistant.

 

Chemical structure PVC

Characteristic Profile

  • Density (specific weight): ≈ 1,35 g/cm³
  • High chemical resistance:
    esp. against organic acids and alkalis
  • Burning behaviour:
    flame resistant according to DIN 4102-1 B1
    flame resistant according to DIN EN 13501-1 B-S3 d0
  • Operating temperature: 0° to +50° C
  • High strength and rigidity
  • High corrosion resistance
  • Good electrical insulation
  • UV-resistant

Recommended Joining Techniques

  • Plastics welding

Recommended Application Areas

  • Can be used indoors and outdoors
WELDING PARAMETERS
according to Guideline DVs 2207-3
Hot gas temperature
°C
350 - 370
Hot gas volume flow
Nl/min
45 - 55
Welding speed
mm/min
250 - 350
Welding force
at a bar diameter
in kg 4mm/5mm

2,5 - 3,5
/ 4,0 - 4,5

Please note further information regarding
DVS 2207-3 in Appendix 1

PPs

Short Profile

Polypropylene is a flame resistant material. It is characterized by its high chemical resistance and low density. A feature of the material is its stability at high temperatures in connection with flame resistance as well as good surface hardness and electrical insulating properties. In the Ventilation area, the material is suitable for interior use.

 

Chemical structure PP-H

Characteristic Profile

  • Density (specific weight): ≈ 0,94 g/cm³
  • High chemical resistance:
    esp. against solvents and alcohols
  • Burning behaviour:
    flame resistant according to DIN 4102-1 B1
  • Operating temperature: 0° to +90° C
  • High corrosion resistance
  • Hydrolysis resistant (hot water or water vapor)
  • Good electrical insulation

Recommended Joining Techniques

  • Plastics welding

Recommended Application Areas

  • Can be used indoors
WELDING PARAMETERS
according to Guideline DVs 2207-3
Hot gas temperature
°C
300 - 340
Hot gas volume flow
Nl/min
45 - 55
Welding speed
mm/min
250 - 350
Welding force
at a bar diameter
in kg 4mm/5mm

2,5 - 3,5
/ 4,0 - 4,5

Please note further information regarding
DVS 2207-3 in Appendix 1

PP-EL-s

Short Profile

Polypropylene EL Flame Resistant is characterized by the associative properties of PPs and its electrical conductivity. To achieve these overall characteristics, PPs is treated with special conductive particles.

 

Chemical structure PP-H

Characteristic Profile

  • Density (specifi c weight): ≈ 1,2 g/cm³
  • High chemical resistance:
    esp. against solvents and alcohols
  • Flammability: flame resistant
  • Operating temperature: 0° to +90° C
  • High corrosion resistance
  • Hydrolysis resistant (hot water or water vapor)
  • Electrical conductivity ≤ 105 Ω

Recommended Joining Techniques

  • Plastics welding

Recommended Application Areas

  • Can be used indoors and outdoors
WELDING PARAMETERS
according to Guideline DVs 2207-3
Hot gas temperature
°C
350 - 340
Hot gas volume flow
Nl/min
45 - 55
Welding speed
mm/min
250 - 350
Welding force
at a bar diameter
in kg 4mm/5mm

2,5 - 3,5
/ 4,0 - 4,5

Please note further information regarding
DVS 2207-3 in Appendix 1

PP-H

Short Profile

Polypropylene is characterized by a high chemical resistance, good resistance to stress cracking, and its good thermostability.
In addition, the material has a high rigidity, hardness and strength.

 

Chemical structure PP-H

Characteristic Profile

  • Density (specific weight): ≈ 0,93 g/cm³
  • High chemical resistance:
    esp. against solvents and alcohols
  • Flammability: normal flammability
  • Operating temperature: 0° to +90° C
  • High corrosion resistance
  • Hydrolysis resistant (hot water or water vapor)
  • Good electrical insulation

Recommended Joining Techniques

  • Plastics welding

Recommended Application Areas

  • Can be used indoors
WELDING PARAMETERS
according to Guideline DVs 2207-3
Hot gas temperature
°C
300 - 340
Hot gas volume flow
Nl/min
45 - 55
Welding speed
mm/min
250 - 350
Welding force
at a bar diameter
in kg 4mm/5mm

2,5 - 3,5
/ 4,0 - 4,5

Please note further information regarding
DVS 2207-3 in Appendix 1

PE-HD

Short Profile

Polyethylene is characterized by its high level of toughness and rigidity even at low temperatures. PE-HD has a very good chemical resistance. Above all the material is UV resistant and can be used also at sub zero temperatures.

 

Chemical structure PE-HD

Characteristic Profile

  • Density (specific weight): ≈ 0,95 g/cm³
  • High chemical resistance
  • Flammability: normal flammability
  • Operating temperature: -50° to +80° C
  • Hydrolysis resistant (hot water or water vapor)
  • Good electrical insulation
  • UV-resistant

Recommended Joining Techniques

  • Plastics welding

Recommended Application Areas

  • Can be used indoors and outdoors
WELDING PARAMETERS
according to Guideline DVs 2207-3
Hot gas temperature
°C
300 - 340
Hot gas volume flow
Nl/min
45 - 55
Welding speed
mm/min
250 - 350
Welding force
at a bar diameter
in kg 4mm/5mm

1,5 - 2,0
/ 2,5 - 3,5

Please note further information regarding
DVS 2207-3 in Appendix 1

PVDF

Short Profile

The material PVDF is part of the Fluoropolymers and is characterized by its very high chemical resistance even at higher temperatures. The material has a high rigidity and is insensitive to UV-rays. It has outstanding age-resistance in the air atmosphere. We process raw materials in accordance to FM 4910. Therefore, our products can also be used in clean rooms.

 

Chemical structure PVDF

Characteristic Profile

  • Density (specific weight): ≈ 1,78 g/cm³
  • High chemical resistance: esp. against
    halogens and other oxidizing agents
  • Burning behaviour: flame resistant according to DIN 4102-1 B1
  • Operating temperature: -30° to +145° C
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Good electrical insulation
  • UV-resistant

Recommended Joining Techniques

  • Plastics welding

Recommended Application Areas

  • Can be used indoors and outdoors
WELDING PARAMETERS
according to Guideline DVs 2207-3
Hot gas temperature
°C
365 - 385
Hot gas volume flow
Nl/min
45 - 55
Welding speed
mm/min
200 - 250
Welding force
at a bar diameter
in kg 4mm/5mm

3,0 - 3,5
/ 4,0 - 4,5

Please note further information regarding
DVS 2207-3 in Appendix 1