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Why Choose PEEK Film ( Polyetheretherketone) Polymer Film, Semi-Crystalline

Why Choose PEEK Film ( Polyetheretherketone) Polymer Film, Semi-Crystalline

2019-12-28

PEEK is a workhorse – perhaps the closest to a perfect material that is utilized in a wide range of industries and in a variety of applications. It is known for its impressive durability in punishing environments.  Glass and carbon reinforced grades are among the strongest of all thermoplastics at room temperature and unfilled grades are highly resistant to some of the most chemically aggressive environments including high-pressure steam.



Why choose PEEK?




PEEK is short for polyether ether ketone, which doesn’t make sense to many other than those with a strong chemistry background. Put simply, it refers to the chemical structure of the polymer although most polymer scientists identify PEEK as being part of the broader family of ketone polymers called polyarylether ketones (PAEKs). This PAEK family covers a number of different compositions with different ratios of ether groups to ketone groups, the most common of which is PEEK. Regardless of the specific chemistry it is the polyketone chemical structure that makes PEEK so formidable in so many environments. What is it about PEEK that makes it a natural fit for so many engineering applications?


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Excellent thermal properties – PEEK offers high strength and excellent resistance to high temperatures, and will not melt until it reaches about 650 degrees Fahrenheit. It is useful at temperatures up to nearly 500 degrees Fahrenheit long term and far higher short term, which is well beyond what most polymers are capable of. PEEK’s glass transition temperature or softening temperatures is close to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. This inherent characteristic can be compensated 


Formidable chemical resistance – PEEK offers broad chemical resistance that approaches that of PTFE but with far greater strength, which is why it is a favorite choice for chemical processing and oil and gas companies. And that’s just a fraction of the substances PEEK is resistant to. This broad resistance is a primary reason why PEEK is so ubiquitous, as it can be adapted for nearly any application.


Superior wear resistance – Few polymers can match PEEK in terms of well-rounded wear resistance. Of course, “wear” is a general term, and requires further explanation.


Great processability – PEEK’s ease of processing has contributed to its wide acceptance in high volume commercial applications. 



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