At DSM, our portfolio includes a wide range of flame retardant materials engineered to deliver the required electrical performance for the high-voltage systems in electric vehicles. Based on Akulon polyamide (PA6), PA66, or PPA within the ForTii family, these materials deliver the high mechanical strength polyamides are known for, as well as Comparative Tracking Index (CTI) of more than 600V, dielectric strength above 30kV, and a Relative Temperature Index (RTI) of 140°C. The materials also work in a variety of assembly designs, including press fit, wave soldering, and reflow soldering.
ForTii Ace JTX8 is the only material available that meets JEDEC MSL1, with no blistering over an infinite shelf life. Its high mechanical strength provides excellent reliability both during and after assembly, retaining its mechanical performance after years of use in harsh conditions.
ForTii T11 is a UL94-V0–rated material at 0.2mm, delivering the highest level of flame retardancy available. Combining the dimensional stability and low moisture absorption of polyesters together with the high mechanical strength of polyamides, the materials in our portfolio are free from halogen, red phosphorous, and ionic heat stabilizers – ensuring high-performance materials that are environmentally friendly.
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