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PEEK, also known as polyetheretherketone, is a high-performance engineering plastic with exceptional resistance to corrosive chemicals as well as superior mechanical strength and dimensional stability. It offers resistance to hydrolysis in sea water, water, and steam. PEEK is suitable for continuous use at temperatures up to 338oF and has the capacity to maintain stiffness at high temperatures (170oC). In demanding environments like semiconductor, energy, medial oil and gas, food and beverage processing, and aerospace, this engineering plastic has a proven track record.
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PEEK’s exceptional electrical properties make it an ideal electrical insulator for various applications, including circuit boards, sensitive circuits, and hard drive disks. PEEK components also offer long-term reliability over a wide range of pressure, frequency, and temperature fluctuations, making it a reliable choice for demanding environments.
PEEK’s excellent electrical properties and long-term reliability make it an ideal material for the energy market. It is an excellent electrical insulator, making it suitable for use in circuit boards, sensitive circuits, and hard drive disks. PEEK components can withstand the fluctuating ranges of pressure, frequency, and temperature seen in various energy applications.
PEEK is a highly suitable material for oil and gas processing due to its excellent resistance to steam and superior chemical resistance. It finds typical usage in various components like seals and electrical connectors, where it acts as an insulator and isolator while reinforcing softer seal materials. In addition, PEEK valve seats and seals are instrumental in controlling the flow of chemical gases and liquids without the risk of chemical degradation.
PEEK is a biocompatible material used in medical applications, including spinal implants and skull reconstruction. With strength and modulus similar to human bone, PEEK components are well-suited for such applications. Furthermore, PEEK components can withstand multiple sterilization cycles in a steam autoclave without any damage, making them reusable medical instruments. These properties make PEEK a valuable material for medical professionals looking for reliable, biocompatible materials.
PEEK components find widespread usage in aircraft engines and electrical systems due to their high-temperature endurance and resistance to fuels and lubricants. Moreover, PEEK is lighter than aluminum and steel, making aircraft lighter, more fuel-efficient, and cost-effective. For aircraft interiors, PEEK’s low smoke generation and excellent thermal resistance are particularly beneficial. In fact, unfilled PEEK is so resistant to heat and fire that it self-extinguishes, making it a preferred choice for aircraft interiors.
PEEK’s high-temperature endurance and fuel and lubricant resistance make it a preferred material in the automotive industry for applications such as engines and electrical systems. Additionally, PEEK’s strength-to-weight ratio is higher than that of aluminum and steel, making it an excellent choice for lightweight automotive components that lead to better fuel economy and lower costs.