peek fiber


dTex/F(D/F):128dTex/30F (115D/30F)、138dTex/30F (125D/30F)、276dTex/60F(250D/60F)、552dTex/120F(500D/120F)、1230 dTex/120F(1107D/120F) or customization



dTex/F(D/F):From 150D/30F or customization


Diameter: 0.1mm-3.0mm
Shrinkage/ Elongation: customization
Diameter: 0.1mm-3.0mm
Shrinkage/ Elongation: customization
PPS characteristics and functions
Excellent heat resistance
Its melting point exceeds 280 ° C, the heat distortion temperature exceeds 260 ° C, and the long-term use temperature is 220-240 ° C. The air starts to decompose above 430~460 °C, and the inert gas still maintains 40% weight at 1000 °C. The short-term heat resistance and the long-term continuous use of thermal stability are currently most of the engineering plastics.
Dimensional stability
The molding shrinkage rate is very low, the water absorption rate is less than 0.02%, and the linear thermal expansion coefficient is also small. It still exhibits good dimensional stability under high temperature and high humidity conditions. Everything has a wide range of uses.
Excellent chemical resistance
In addition to Teflon (PTFE), there is no solution for dissolving polyphenylene sulfide at 400 °F / 200 °C, which is extremely resistant to inorganic acids, bases and salts.
PEEK characteristics and functions
PEEK is a semicrystalline thermoplastic with excellent mechanical and chemical resistance properties that are retained to high temperatures. The processing conditions used to mold PEEK can influence the crystallinity and hence the mechanical properties. The melts temperature of  PEEK is around 343 °C (662 °F). The operating temperature can up to 250 °C (482 °F)

It is one of the few plastics compatible with ultra-high vacuum applications. PEEK is considered an advanced biomaterial used in medical implants, use with a high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), for creating a partial replacement skull in neurosurgical applications. PEEK is finding increased use in spinal fusion devices and reinforcing rods. It is extensively used in the aerospace, automotive, and chemical process industries. PEEK seals and manifolds are commonly used in fluid applications. PEEK also performs well in applications where continuous high temperatures (up to 500 °F/260 °C) are common. Because of this and its low thermal conductivity, it is also used in FFF printing to thermally separate the hot end from the cold end.

Shape-memory PEEK in biomechanical applications
PEEK is not traditionally a shape-memory polymer; however, recent advances in processing have allowed shape-memory behavior in PEEK with mechanical activation. This technology has expanded to applications in orthopedic surgery
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