ABS ResinsABS is co-polymer of Acrylonitrile, Butadiene, and Styrene (Raw material used for ABS production). Acrylonitrile is a synthetic monomer produced from propylene and ammonia; butadiene is a petroleum hydrocarbon obtained from butane; and styrene monomers, derived from coal, are commercially obtained from benzene and ethylene from coal.Features of ABS resins:
Medium Strength; Tough, hard and rigid; Good Chemical resistance; Dimensional Stability; Creep Resistant; Electroplatable; Outstanding formability; Very high impact strength; High tensile strength and stiffness; Excellent high and low temperature performance; Resistant to many plasticizers; Excellent ductility.Advantage of using ABS resins:
ABS resins are highly resistant and tough; It can be modified; Its resistance can be amplified; Its Impact resistance does not fall off rapidly at lower temperatures; Its stability under load is excellent with limited loads.
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