What is PC/ASA Resin Material Blend?
ASA and PC/ASA The acrylic-styrene-acrylonitrile terpolymer (ASA) is an amorphous thermoplastic material that offers good resistance to both UV and moisture. PC/ASA is an amorphous thermoplastic alloy of polycarbonate (PC) and ASA that provides enhanced heat resistance and enhances mechanical properties.
Additives, Modifiers, and Reinforcing Agents:
- Additives – UV stability, easy release (mold releases), colorants, and other stability additives
- Modifiers – Flame retardants, impact modifiers, flow enhancers
- Reinforcing Agents – Glass fibers, mineral fillers
How ASA Material is manufactured?
- Outdoor Products
- Building and Construction
- Sports equipment
- Exterior signage
- Consumer Products
- Medical products
Methods of Working with ASA Resin
Benefits of ASA Materials
- Good UV resistance
- Nice glossy surface,
- Tough and strong
- Chemically resistant
- Lower color fade
PRL Alternative Material Solutions to
Example: If you’re looking for Covestro Bayblend alternatives or Ineos alternatives: find the product in the relevant row and look to the leftmost row to find our alternative.
- PRL PC/ASA GP1
- PRL PC/ASA GP2
- PRL PC/ASA GP3
- PRL PC/ASA FR1
- Bayblend® W85 HI
- Bayblend® W85; W90 XG
- Luran® 757
- Luran® KR2861
- Luran® KR2864
- Luran® KR 2867
- XP 4025; XP 7560
- HRA 222
Q. What kind of material is PC/ASA?
Q. What is PC/ASA used for?
Q. What is the difference between PC/ASA and PC/ABS?
Q. Is ASA better than ABS?
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