Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) is a thermoplastic polymer with a wide range of applications due to its chemical inertness and thermal stability.
PEEK plastics exhibit high resistance to thermal degradation as well as when attacked by both organic and aqueous environments. However, halogens and halogenated compounds, strong Bronsted & Lewis acids and aliphatic hydrocarbons adversely affect them at high temperatures.
Superior combination of high fatigue strength and ductility
Continuous use temperature up to 260 °C
High dimensional stability
Excellent chemical and hydrolysis resistance
High dielectric strength
Retention of mechanical properties even at extreme conditions
High radiation resistance
Low coefficient of friction and high resistance to wear
Inherently flame retardant
Low heat and toxic gas release
Glass fiber reinforced
carbon fiber reinforced
surface modified gardes
Stainless steel replacement