LUVOCOM® 1115-8559


LUVOCOM® 1115-8559      
Carbon Fiber      
Product Description
LUVOCOM® 1115-8559 is a Polyetherketoneketone (PEKK) material filled with carbon fiber. It is available in Africa & Middle East, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, or North America.
Important attributes of LUVOCOM® 1115-8559 are:
Chemical Resistant
Flame Retardant
Good Stiffness
Hydrolytically Stable
Typical application of LUVOCOM® 1115-8559: Engineering/Industrial Parts
Filler / Reinforcement  Carbon Fiber
Additive  Lubricant
Features  Flame Retardant Good Strength Low Friction
Good Chemical Resistance Good Wear Resistance Lubricated
Good Stiffness Hydrolytically Stable Self Lubricating
Uses  Bearings Gears  
Bushings Pump Parts
Appearance  Grey

Physical Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Density 1.51 g/cm³ ISO 1183
Molding Shrinkage 0.30 to 0.60 % DIN 16901
Water Absorption (23°C, 24 hr) < 0.10 %  
Mechanical Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Tensile Modulus 14000 MPa ISO 527-2
Tensile Stress (Break) 165 MPa ISO 527-2
Tensile Strain (Yield) 1.5 % ISO 527-2
Flexural Modulus 11000 MPa ISO 178
Flexural Stress 225 MPa ISO 178
Flexural Strain at Flexural Strength 2.0 % ISO 178
Impact Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Charpy Unnotched Impact Strength (23°C) 30 kJ/m² ISO 179/1eU
Thermal Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Continuous Use Temperature 260 °C UL 746B
Maximum Use Temperature - Short Term  300 °C  
Electrical Nominal Value Unit Test Method
Surface Resistivity < 1.0E+8 ohms IEC 60093
Insulation Resistance < 1.0E+9 ohms IEC 60167
Injection Nominal Value Unit  
Drying Temperature      
Desiccant Dryer, A  140 °C  
Desiccant Dryer, B  150 °C  
Drying Time      
Desiccant Dryer, A  4.0 to 6.0 hr  
Desiccant Dryer, B  4.0 to 8.0 hr  
Suggested Max Moisture 0.050 %  
Rear Temperature 370 to 390 °C  
Middle Temperature 380 to 420 °C  
Front Temperature 390 to 420 °C  
Nozzle Temperature 390 to 420 °C  
Processing (Melt) Temp 390 °C  
Mold Temperature 180 to 220 °C  
Injection Notes
In general LUVOCOM® can be processed on conventional injection moulding machines while observing the usual technical guidelines.
Any added fibrous materials or fillers may have an abrasive effect. In this case the cylinder and screw should be protected against wear as is usual in the processing of reinforced thermoplastic materials.
Lengthy dwell times for the melts in the cylinder should be avoided.
Lower the temperatures during interruptions!
Predrying (optional)
It is advisable to predry the granulate with a suitable dryer immediately before processing.
The granulate may absorb moisture from the air.
Delivery Form & Storage
Unless indicated otherwise, the material is delivered as 3mm-long pellets in sealed bags on pallets.
Preferably storage should be effected in dry and normally temperatured rooms
Additional Information
During processing, the moisture content should not exceed 0.05%. To avoid internal stresses, a medium to high injection rate should be used. An increase in tool temperature may be helpful. Post-crystallization may lead to warpage at elevated operating temperatures. This can be counteracted by suitable heat treatment.
The processing notes provided merely represent a recommendation for general use. Due to the large variety of machines, geometries and volumes of parts, etc., it may be necessary to employ different settings according to the specific application.
High-temperature polymers place increased demands on the tool steels employed.
Please contact us for further information.

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