ABS Granules




We offer high quality ABS Granules in a wide variety. The ABS Granules have better solvent and high temperature resistance than impact polystyrenes. These Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Granules possess various physical, mechanical, electrical and thermal properties apt for industrial applications. We offer Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene at the industry leading rates to esteemed clients.


Attributes
  • High rigidity
  • Easy process ability
  • High impact resistance
  • High dimensional stability

Used To Make
  • Computer Housings
  • Miscellaneous Goods
  • Automobile Components
  • Lights and Rigid Molded Products

About ABS

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is formed by the polymerization of Acrylonitrile, Butadiene, and Styrene monomers. Chemically, this thermoplastic family of plastics is called "terpolymers", in that they involve the combination of three different monomers to form a single material that draws from the properties of all three. ABS possesses outstanding impact strength and high mechanical strength, which makes it so suitable for tough consumer products. Additionally, ABS has good dimensional stability and electrical insulating properties.


ABS Resistance
  • Excellent resistance (no attack) to Glycerin, Inorganic Salts, Alkalis, Many Acids, Most Alcohols and Hydrocarbons
  • Limited resistance (moderate attack and suitable for short term use only) to Weak Acids
  • Poor resistance (not recommended for use with) Strong Acids and Solvents, Ketones, Aldehydes, Esters, and some Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

ABS Fabrication
  • It can be thermo-formed, pressure formed, blow molded, sheared, sawed, drilled, or even "cold stamped"
  • Joints can be ultrasonic welded, thermo-welded, and chemically bonded
  • Impact resistant
  • Commonly used for telephone bodies, safety helmets, piping, furniture, car components, TV casings, radios, control panels, and similar
  • Valve bodies, material handling equipment

Quick Facts
  • Maximum Temperature : 176oF 80oC
  • Minimum Temperature : -4oF -20oC
  • Autoclavable : No
  • Melting Point : 221oF 105oC
  • Tensile Strength : 4,300 psi
  • Hardness : R110
  • UV Resistance : Poor
  • Translucent
  • Rigid
  • Specific Gravity : 1.04