Ixef® PARA provides a unique combination of strength and aesthetics, making it ideal for thin, complex parts needing overall strength, rigidity, high melt flow and a smooth, beautiful surface.
What is Ixef® PARA?
Can Ixef® PARA be colored?
Can you tell me if Ixef® PARA is compatible with a certain chemical?
Ixef® PARA is part of polyamide family. It has inherent chemical resistance.
IXEF® compounds display a good resistance to chemical reagents. However the amide function in the resin matrix makes them sensitive to certain chemicals.
It is very rapidly degraded by:
It is degraded at ambient temperature by:
It is degraded at high temperature by:
Will a crystalline part or an amorphous part have better properties?
Is there some way to determine whether an Ixef® PARA part is crystalline or amorphous?
Could injection processing affect Ixef® PARA properties?
Is there some way to measure the polymer degradation?
Do you have any FDA-approved grades?
Solvay has developed Ixef® PARA compounds with fillers and additives that are suitable to match FDA regulation.
Is Ixef® PARA suitable for use in applications where it is exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light?
Is it really necessary to use a mold temperature of 120°C (275°F)?
For right processing, what is the recommended moisture content level for Ixef® PARA?
Do you have the properties required for a finite element stress analysis?
Do you have the material parameters required for conducting a flow simulation?
Is Ixef® PARA characterized for Digimat?
What types of adhesives are best for bonding Ixef® PARA?
The IXEF® compounds can be assembled by bonding without any difficulty. Four main types of adhesives have been evaluated for bonding IXEF® on IXEF® and IXEF® on steel:
Two part Acrylics
Modified Silane Adhesive/Sealants