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Product Description


High-impact polystyrene, also known as HIPS, is a thermoplastic material made of elastomer-modified polystyrene. The two-phase system composed of a rubber phase and a continuous polystyrene phase has developed into an important polymer product in the world. This general product has a wide range of impact properties and processing properties, making it widely used , Such as used in automobiles, appliances, electric products, furniture, household appliances, telecommunications, electronics, computers, disposable products, medicine, packaging and entertainment markets

High-impact polystyrene, a small amount of polybutadiene is bonded to a polystyrene matrix. It has a "sea-island structure", the matrix is plastic, and the dispersed phase is rubber. Has many characteristics:
1. Impact-resistant polystyrene is a thermoplastic resin;
2. Odorless, tasteless, hard material, good dimensional stability after forming;
3. Has excellent high-dielectric insulation;
4. It is a non-quality and low water absorption material;
5. Its gloss is good and easy to paint.






Specification


Prosperities
Test Condition
Test Method
Value
Unit
Melting Flow Rate
200°C/5kg
ISO 1133
5.0
g/10min
Density
ISO 1183
1.04
g/cm3
Water Absorption
ISO 62
<0.1
%
Molding Shrinkage
ISO 294
0.4-0.7
%
Tensile Strength
23°C
ISO 527
23
Mpa
Tensile Elongation
23°C
ISO 527
50
%
Flexural Strength
23°C
ISO 178
46
Mpa
Flexural Modulus
23°C
ISO 178
2260
Mpa
Izod Impact Strength
23°C
ISO 180
108
j/m
Rockwell Hardness
23°C
ASTMD-785
65
L
Vicat Softening Temp.
B10/oil
ISO 306
95
°C
Heat Distortion Temp.
1.82Mpa
ISO 75-2
79
°C
UL Flame Class Rating
UL 94
HB
Residual Monomer
<400
ppm max


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Application Field


Due to its convenient manufacturing and low cost, HIPS is widely used in many appliances and industries. The main industries and markets include packaging, disposable products, appliances and consumer appliances, toys and entertainment products, construction products and decorations. The largest single application of HIPS is packaging, especially packaging in the food industry, with more than 30% of the world's consumption.








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