Polysulfone (PSU) Tubes & Profiles
Polysulfone (PSU) has one of the highest service temperatures among all melt-processable thermoplastics.
Its resistance to high temperatures gives it a role of a flame retardant, without compromising its strength, which often results from the addition of separate flame retardants. However, Polysulfone has low resistance to some solvents and undergoes weathering; this weathering instability can be offset by adding other materials into the polymer. Pexco is an expert manufacturer of PSU rod and tube.
Polysulfone (PSU) is a tough, rigid, high-strength thermoplastics suitable for continuous use up to 300°F (149°C). It is resistant to oxidation and hydrolysis and can withstand prolonged exposure to high temperatures and repeated sterilization.
Pexco manufactures Polysulfone (PSU) tubes and profiles that are used in a variety of filtration markets, to include food and beverage, life sciences, and membrane systems.
Pexco’s Scandia Plastics facility is an industry leader in the processing of high-performance polymers. For additional information on the properties of Polysulfone, click here to be redirected to the Scandia website.
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