Xytron™ M6510A

65% Glass/Mineral Reinforced, Flame Retardant, Excellent Dimensional Stability

General Information

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.
Special features
Regulatory Affairs
Processing technology
Injection Molding
Design challenge
Degradation & Stability | Chemical stability

Rheological properties

Molding shrinkage (parallel)
0.2
%
Molding shrinkage (normal)
0.3
%
Spiral flow length 1.0 mm 1000 bar
100
mm

Mechanical properties

Tensile modulus
20000
MPa
Tensile modulus (-40°C)
23000
MPa
Tensile modulus (120°C)
11400
MPa
Tensile modulus (160°C)
8500
MPa
Tensile modulus (200°C)
5500
MPa
Stress at break
145
MPa
Stress at break (-40°C)
165
MPa
Stress at break (120°C)
98
MPa
Stress at break (160°C)
70
MPa
Stress at break (200°C)
58
MPa
Strain at break
1
%
Strain at break (-40°C)
1
%
Strain at break (120°C)
1.6
%
Strain at break (160°C)
2.2
%
Strain at break (200°C)
3.8
%
Flexural modulus
20000
MPa
Flexural modulus (120°C)
14000
MPa
Flexural modulus (160°C)
9100
MPa
Flexural modulus (200°C)
7000
MPa
Flexural strength
230
MPa
Flexural strength (120°C)
150
MPa
Flexural strength (160°C)
110
MPa
Flexural strength (200°C)
85
MPa
Charpy impact strength (+23°C)
25
kJ/m²
Charpy impact strength (-30°C)
27
kJ/m²
Charpy notched impact strength (+23°C)
6.5
kJ/m²
Charpy notched impact strength (-30°C)
6.8
kJ/m²
Weldline strength at thickness 1
45
MPa
Weldline strain at thickness 1
0.3
%
Thickness tested (1)
4
mm
Rockwell hardness, R scale
120
-
Rockwell hardness, M scale
101
-

Thermal properties

Melting temperature (10°C/min)
280
°C
Glass transition temperature (10°C/min)
90
°C
Temp. of deflection under load (1.80 MPa)
277
°C
Temp. of deflection under load (8.00 MPa)
230
°C
Coeff. of linear therm. expansion (parallel)
0.15
E-4/°C
Coeff. of linear therm. expansion (normal)
0.27
E-4/°C
Coef. of lin. therm expansion, parallel, above Tg
0.15
E-4/°C
Coef. of lin. therm expansion, normal, above Tg
0.75
E-4/°C
Thermal conductivity in plane
0.7
W/(m K)
Thermal conductivity through plane
0.7
W/(m K)
Burning Behav. at 1.5 mm nom. thickn.
V-0
class
Thickness tested
1.5
mm
UL recognition
Yes
-
Burning Behav. at thickness h
V-0
class
Thickness tested
0.7
mm
UL recognition
Yes
-
Glow Wire Flammability Index GWFI
960
°C
GWFI (Thickness (1) tested)
0.8
mm
Glow Wire Ignition Temperature GWIT
875
°C
GWIT (Thickness (1) tested)
0.8
mm
Relative Temperature Index - electrical
130
°C
RTI electrical (Thickness (1) tested)
0.7
mm
Relative Temperature Index - electrical
130
°C
RTI electrical (Thickness (2) tested)
3
mm
Relative Temperature Index - with impact
130
°C
RTI with impact (Thickness (1) tested)
0.7
mm
Relative Temperature Index - with impact
130
°C
RTI with impact (Thickness (2) tested)
3
mm
Relative Temperature Index - without impact
130
°C
RTI without impact (Thickness (1) tested)
0.7
mm
Relative Temperature Index - without impact
130
°C
RTI without impact (Thickness (2) tested)
3
mm
Thermal Index 20000 hrs
220
°C

Electrical properties

Relative permittivity (1GHz)
5
-
Relative permittivity (5GHz)
5
-
Relative permittivity (10GHz)
5
-
Dissipation factor (1GHz)
34
E-4
Dissipation factor (5GHz)
44
E-4
Dissipation factor (10GHz)
50
E-4
Volume resistivity
>1E13
Ohm*m
Surface resistivity
>1E15
Ohm
Electric strength
25
kV/mm
Comparative tracking index
225
V

Other properties

Water absorption in water at 23°C after 24h
0.03
%
Density
1970
kg/m³

Diagrams

Applications

Alternator bridges

Industry
Automotive
Material
  • <ul> <li>Easy processing</li> <li>Problem-free production</li> <li>Broadest processing window</li> </ul>

Coil insulation

Industry
Automotive
  • <ul> <li>Stanyl® PA46 allows for reliable solutions due to a high temperature resistance (UL1446 class H certified) and creep resistance at elevated temperatures, high toughness levels and good electrical insulation properties</li> <li>Stanyl® PA46 allows for cost effective solutions due to a good flowability and processability enabling therefore thin wall designs</li> <li>Xytron™ PPS allows for super high temperatrue resistance for long term.</li> </ul>

Crankshaft Covers

Industry
Automotive
  • <ul> <li>ForTii® PA4T, Stanyl® PA46 and EcoPaXX® PA410 allow for light weight solutions (50% less weight compared to metal) and for cost effective solutions (up to 25% lower system/part costs compared to metal)</li> <li>ForTii® PA4T, Stanyl® PA46 and EcoPaXX® PA410 allow for reliable solutions due to good compatibility with FKM/LSR rubbers and to good creep&fatigue resistance in case of Stanyl® and to good temperature resistance up to 150-200°C in case of ForTii® and EcoPaXX®</li> <li>Xytron™PPS can provide lots of benefits on creep, fatigue&oil resistance, even at elevated temperature.</li> </ul>

Rectifier

Industry
Automotive
  • <ul> <li>Xytron™ provides good flow ability and dimensional stability property</li> <li>It shows excellent weld line strength and ensures no crack issues when screw push during assembly long time and vibration test</li> </ul>

Water pump part

Industry
Industrial equipment
  • <ul> <li>Xytron™ offers high rigidity and strength</li> <li>Xytron offers good heat aging resistance in continuous service temperature</li> <li>Xytron has good dimensional stability</li> <li>Xytron has very good hydrolysis resistance</li> </ul>