T 50 G

T 50 G

T 50 G is a heat and detergent resistant polypropylene homopolymer. The product is designed for injection moulding items which are subject to severe environmental conditions.
T 50 G offers good processability by injection moulding. Finished items produced with T 50 G show a good balance of stiffness and impact strength.
T 50 G is formulated with a very effective heat and detergent stabilisation package for both dry and wet environment.
The product also shows a high resistance to solvents and chemicals. In a dry environment items produced with T 50 G can withstand a continuous heat of 95°C for over 80.000 hours and 70°C for over 1.000.000 hours.
In a wet environment the items can resist to a continuous temperature of 95’C for over 10.000 hours and 70°C for over 130.000 hours. In a wet environment in the presence of detergents, the items can withstand 95’C for over 4.500 hours and 70’C for more than 50.000 hours.
Because of these properties, T 50 G is particularly suitable for injection moulding automotive under-the-hood applications and components for small household appliances such as irons, coffee machines, hair dryers and toasters.

Other typical applications are technical items such as parts for dish washers, washing machines and refrigerators.
T 50 G is also used for industrial parts such as chain links for conveyor belts and textile bobbins.


PROPERTIES
METHOD (b) UNIT TYPICAL VALUE (a)
Physical properties
Melt flow rate (230 °C, 2.16 kg)
Density
ISO 1133
ISO 1183
dg / min
g/cm3
3,0
0.9
Mechanical properties
Flexural modulus
Tensile strength yield
Elongation at yield
Izod Impact Strength (notched) at 23°C
Hardness Shore D
ISO 178
ISO R 527
ISO R 527 
ISO 180
ISO 868
N/mm2
N/mm2
%
kJ/m2
points
1450
34
13
5
71
Thermal properties
Vicat softening point (9.8 N)
H.D.T. (0.46 Mpa)
Accelerated oven ageing in air
(forced circulation) at 150 °C
ISO 306/A
ISO 75/B
ISO 4577
°C
°C
hours
155
110
1800

a) Values shown are averages and are not to be considered as product specification These values may shift slightly as additional data are accumlsted.
b)
ISO test methods are the lates under the societys current procedures. All specimens are prepared by injection moulding.