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Material performance of thermoset plastic bottles
Typical thermoset plastic bottles are made of phenolic, epoxy, amino, unsaturated polyester, furan, polysilicon ether and other materials, as well as newer polyphenylated dichloroethylene plastics. They have the advantages of high heat resistance and not easy deformation of heat. The disadvantage is that the mechanical strength is generally not high, but it can be improved by adding fillers to make laminated or molded materials.
It can also be used sphinx, epoxy, PVC, polyamide, polypolysan alcohol formaldehyde and other modified phenolic resins to meet the requirements of different uses. Our plastic bottle manufacturer sits with phenolic resin can also be made into phenolic laminate, which is characterized by high mechanical strength, good electrical performance, corrosion resistance, easy to process, widely used in low-voltage electrical equipment.
Various fillers and additives can be added to different uses and requirements. If a variety with high insulation properties is required, it may be filled with mica or fiberglass, asbestos or other heat-resistant fillers may be used if it is to be heat-resistant, and a variety of suitable fibers or rubbers may be used as fillers and some toughening agents to make highly resilient materials if it is required. Thermoset plastic bottles made from phenolic resin as the main raw material, such as phenolic molded plastic (commonly known as electric wood), have the characteristics of durable, stable size, resistance to other chemicals other than strong alkali.
Thermoset plastic bottles are plastics that can be cured or have insoluble (melted) properties under heat or other conditions, such as phenolic plastics, epoxy plastics, etc. Thermoset plastics are cross-linked and other cross-linked types of formaldehyde. After thermoprocessing molding, a curing substance with insoluble melting is formed, and the resin molecules are cross-linked into a mesh structure by a linear structure. Further heat ingress will break down the destruction.