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Park Electrochemical Nelcote® V-341 Polybutadiene Prepreg, 7781 E-Glass Reinforced

Category Polymer , Thermoset , Rubber or Thermoset Elastomer (TSE)
Manufacturer Park Electrochemical Corp.
Trade Name Nelcote®
Port Ningbo port,China
Trade Terms FOB, CFR, CIF
Payment Terms L/C, T/T, Western Union
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Material Notes:
Nelcote® V-341 is Polybutadiene resin system designed to provide excellent electrical properties in demanding airborne, shipboard, and undersea applications.Key Features and Benefits:Extremely low Dk/Df values for demanding RF / microwave applicationsSelf adhesive bond to foam coresLong ambient out-time for easy processingEasily processed in both vacuum/oven and autoclave processesA cost effective, shop-friendly alternative to BMI and Cyanate Ester materials in many applicationsResistant to fungus, moisture, rain impact, and most chemicalsApplications/Qualifications:High performance radomesSignature control devicesUS Army HelicopterAir Force Ground-Based RadarInformation provided by Park Electrochemical Corp.
Physical Properties Metric English Comments
Volatiles <= 2.0 %

@Temperature 288 °C
<= 2.0 %

@Temperature 550 °F
10 min
Mechanical Properties Metric English Comments
Tensile Strength, Yield 331 MPa

@Temperature 23.9 °C
48000 psi

@Temperature 75.0 °F
0° Direction, Dry; ASTM D638
Flexural Strength 448 MPa

@Temperature 23.9 °C
65000 psi

@Temperature 75.0 °F
Dry; ASTM D790
Flexural Modulus 20.7 GPa

@Temperature 23.9 °C
3000 ksi

@Temperature 75.0 °F
Dry; ASTM D790
Processing Properties Metric English Comments
Gel Time 1.00 - 1.50 min

@Temperature 171 °C
1.00 - 1.50 min

@Temperature 340 °F
Shelf Life 3.00 Month

@Temperature 4.44 °C
3.00 Month

@Temperature 40.0 °F
6.00 Month

@Temperature -17.8 °C
6.00 Month

@Temperature 0.000 °F
Descriptive Properties Value Comments
Prepreg Resin Content (%) 26-33
Resin Flow (%) 6-14
350°F, 100psi
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