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Amodel® AT-1001L Data Sheet

Polyphthalamide

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Product Description
Amodel® AT-1001L is an unreinforced, impact modified polyphthalamide (PPA) resin that exhibits exceptional impact strength at temperatures ranging from room temperature to as low as -40°F (-40°C), which suggests possible applications in ski boots and hockey skates.

In addition, its chemical and wear resistance, combined with good mechanical properties, make Amodel® AT-1001L resin a prime candidate for applications such as anti-friction and wear resistant components, chemical, oil field, automotive and safety equipment.

  • Natural: AT-1001 L NT
General  
Material Status 
  • Commercial: Active
Availability 
  • Africa & Middle East
  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • North America
Additive 
  • Impact Modifier
  • Lubricant
  • Mold Release
Features 
  • Ductile
  • Good Chemical Resistance
  • Good Wear Resistance
  • Hot Water Moldability
  • Impact Modified
  • Low Temperature Impact Resistance
  • Low Warpage
  • Lubricated
Uses 
  • Automotive Applications
  • Automotive Electronics
  • General Purpose
  • Housings
  • Industrial Applications
  • Industrial Parts
  • Machine/Mechanical Parts
  • Metal Replacement
  • Oil/Gas Applications
RoHS Compliance 
Automotive Specifications 
Appearance 
  • Natural Color
Forms 
  • Pellets
Processing Method 
  • Injection Molding
  • Water-Heated Mold Injection Molding
 
Multi-Point Data 
  • Isothermal Stress vs. Strain (ISO 11403-1)
  • Secant Modulus vs. Strain (ISO 11403-1)
 
Physical
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Density
g/cm³
ISO 1183/A
Molding Shrinkage
    ASTM D955
Flow
in/in
 
Across Flow
in/in
 
Water Absorption (24 hr)
%
ASTM D570
Mechanical
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Tensile Modulus
psi
ASTM D638
Tensile Strength (Break)
psi
ASTM D638
Tensile Elongation
    ASTM D638
Yield
%
 
Break
%
 
Flexural Modulus
psi
ASTM D790
Flexural Strength
psi
ASTM D790
Poisson's Ratio
 
ASTM E132
Impact
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Notched Izod Impact
    ASTM D256
-40°F
ft·lb/in
 
73°F
ft·lb/in
 
Thermal
Nominal Value
Unit
Test Method
Deflection Temperature Under Load (264 psi, Annealed, 0,125 in)
°F
ASTM D648
Melting Temperature
°F
 
Additional Information
Penetration Impact, ASTM D3763, 73°F, Maximum Load: 1100 lbs
Penetration Impact, ASTM D3763, 73°F, Total Energy Absorbed: 40 ft-lbs
Penetration Impact, ASTM D3763, 73°F, Energy to Maximum Load: 30 ft-lbs
Penetration Impact, ASTM D3763, -10°F, Total Energy Absorbed: 40 ft-lbs
Penetration Impact, ASTM D3763, -10°F, Maximum Load: 1260 lbs
Penetration Impact, ASTM D3763, -10°F, Energy to Maximum Load: 30 ft-lbs
Features
Features may also be described by the following terms: Low Temperatuer Impact Resistance, Low Temp Impact Resistance, Good Chemical Resistance, Chemical Resistant, Hot Water Moldable, Low Warpage, Low Warp, Good Wear Resistance, Wear Resistant.
Uses
Uses may also be described by the following terms: Machine Parts, Mechanical Parts, Machine/Mechanical Parts, Housings, Housing, Industrial Parts, Automotive Applications, Automotive Sector, Oil Applications, Gas Applications.
Automotive Specifications
This plastic material has approval for 1 automotive specifications from the following agencies (the number in parentheses shows the number of specifications for that agency): ASTM (1).
Available Documents
Technical Datasheet
Injection
Nominal Value
Unit
 
Drying Temperature
°F
 
Drying Time
hr
 
Suggested Max Moisture
%
 
Hopper Temperature
°F
 
Rear Temperature
°F
 
Front Temperature
°F
 
Processing (Melt) Temp
°F
 
Mold Temperature
°F
 
Notes
1Typical properties: these are not to be construed as specifications.
 
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