NORYL® – PPO – Polyphenylene Oxide
Noryl® PPO material is used frequently in fluid handling applications due to the very low moisture absorption.
Noryl® is similar to Acetal and P.E.T. but carries a better UL rating.
Noryl® rods and Noryl® sheets are available from stock. It is great for electrical applications requiring high die-electric strength. Noryl® is a trade name of Sabic Plastics (formerly GE Plastics).
Noryl® is a High Tech Performance Plastic.
We Specialize in Wholesale Engineering Plastics, Mechanical Plastics and High Performance Plastics
Why you should use Noryl®:
- It has excellent electrical properties
- It has excellent Fire Retardant Rating
- Has extremely low water absorption
- It is vacuum formable, machinable and bondable
- Has good temperature resistance
- Readily available in Sheet or Rod
- Noryl is ITAR compliant, and Noryl is RoHS compliant
This material is a strong engineering plastic with excellent mechanical, thermal and electrical properties. One of the lowest moisture absorption material, with very low thermal expansion. PPO also retains most of its flexural and tensile strength as well as its resistance to creep at elevated temperatures.
Frequently used in:
- Fluid Handling, Pump and Valve – Low Moisture Parts
- Electrical Housings, Cases and Components
- Instrumentation and Semiconductor Components
- High Continuous Temperature Environments (185 degrees F ; 265 degrees F)
- Flame Retardant Parts Needing UL-94 V-1 (at .058″ thickness)
Materials Available As
.060″ – 6″ thick in 48″ X 96″ Sheets – EN-265 (Black only)
1/8″, 3/16″, and 1/4″ in 48″ X 96″ with Haircell finish one side in EN-185 (White or Black)
Film: .002″ – .029″ in up to 26″ wide rolls on special order basis
Noryl Rod: 1/8″ – 8″ diameter up to 96″ lengths
Glass Filled, Static Dissipative, Custom sizes, or Formulations
These Properties are for evaluation purposes only.
This information is not to be construed as a warranty, guarantee or assurance that you may achieve the same results. Materials made from different resin types, manufacturing techniques and manufacturers will react differently. The information should be used to compare against other materials only, and each user should make his own tests to determine suitability. No warranty as to this materials suitability are either expressed nor implied.