Engineering Materials

Xytron™ Hydrolysis Resistance

This class of materials enables applications that require very good chemical resistance with continuous service temperatures reaching 150⁰C.

Explore Xytron™ Hydrolysis Resistant material

This group of materials fit best for applications that are exposed to higher heat and need to maintain dimensional stability while being subjected to harsh chemicals.  Typical applications include coolant pump impellers, upper and lower portions of the radiator, and exhaust gas pumping systems.

Xytron™ G4080HR

40% Glass Reinforced

Xytron™ is a high performance plastic compound of DSM Engineering Plastics, which is based on PPS (polyphenylene sulphide).

Xytron™ offers extremely good chemical resistance, dimensional stability, intrinsic flame retardancy and high stiffness.

Because of its outstanding properties, Xytron™ contributes to an excellent performance in many different applications.

  • Flame Retardant
  • Hydrolysis resistant
  • Hydrolysis resistant or enhanced hydrolytic stability

Xytron™ G4024T

40% Glass Reinforced

Xytron™ is a high performance plastic compound of DSM Engineering Plastics, which is based on PPS (polyphenylene sulphide).

Xytron™ offers extremely good chemical resistance, dimensional stability, intrinsic flame retardancy and high stiffness.

Because of its outstanding properties, Xytron™ contributes to an excellent performance in many different applications.

  • Excellent Mold Release
  • Flame Retardant

Xytron™ G3080R

30% Glass Reinforced

Xytron™ is a high performance plastic compound of DSM Engineering Plastics, which is based on PPS (polyphenylene sulphide).

Xytron™ offers extremely good chemical resistance, dimensional stability, intrinsic flame retardancy and high stiffness.

Because of its outstanding properties, Xytron™ contributes to an excellent performance in many different applications.

  • Flame Retardant
  • Excellent Mold Release
  • Low Flash

Featured applications

Engine block heater for electric generators

Energy |

Engine heaters heat engine coolant to allow for easy engine start-up regardless of ambient temperature.The engine block heater is required to operate in continuous contact with coolant at temperatures between 35 and 50°C.

Crankshaft Covers

Automotive | Drivetrain Transmission

Suitable for strict chemical or dimensional stability requirements; Cost effective; Heat resistant; Creep resistant; Oil resistant; Fatigue resistant; Lightweight

Automotive e-motor Bobbins

Automotive | e-Drivetrain HV E-motors

Stanyl® PA46 also used in connectors, e-motor parts, bobbins, sensors, fuse boxes. Thermoconductive Stanyl XL-T (P968A) in use as well; ForTii® PA4T and Xytron™ PPS also materials to be used in electromotor applications

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Xytron offers extreme good chemical resistance, dimensional stability, intrinsically flame retardancy, high stiffness up to Glass Transition Point (90 °C), Continuous Use Temperature (CUT) of 240-260 °C and a melting point of 280 °C. All outstanding properties contributing to excellent performance for many different applications. Xytron is well suited for a broad range of Automotive, E&E and Specialized Industries applications.

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