Polyimides are a family of some of the most heat and fire-resistant polymers known. Its excellent retention of mechanical and physical properties at high temperatures is due to the nature of the aromatic raw materials that are building blocks of the polyimides.
|Description & Applications|
|Unfilled, General Purpose, Used for electronic and electrical products|
●Good chemical resistance,
●Excellent mechanical properties,
●Low creep and high tensile strength.
●Very good heat resistance
●Inherently resistant to flame combustion,
●Not affected by commonly used solvents and oils
— including hydrocarbons, esters, ethers, alcohols and freons
●Resist weak acids
●For flexible cables in electronics industry
●As an insulating film on magnet wire and for medical tubing.
●Semiconductor industry a high-temperature adhesive
●Mechanical stress buffer
●Insulating and passivation layer in the manufacture of digital semiconductor and MEMS chips.
●Hot compression moulding, direct forming, and isostatic pressing
●Bushings, bearings, sockets or constructive parts in demanding applications.