APTIV® 2000 Series Film 50µm

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APTIV® 2000 Series Film 50µm
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Description

APTIV® 2000 series films are the unfilled amorphous films made from VICTREX® PEEK polymer. The film provides a material solution for engineers in ultra-high performance applications.


APTIV films are a comprehensive range of versatile, high-performance films, the use of which can facilitate reduced systems costs, improved performance and enhanced design freedom.


APTIV 2000 has a unique combination of properties providing high temperature performance, lightweight, mechanical strength, durability, excellent radiation, hydrolysis and chemical resistance, electrical insulation, wear and abrasion resistance, excellent barrier properties with high purity, good flammability without the use of flame retardants, low toxicity of combustion products, and low moisture absorption in a film format. Inherently halogen-free and ease of processing makes APTIV films a technology enabler for our customers and end users.


Please note - APTIV 2000 will crystallise if taken above the Tg [143°C (289°F)] in either secondary processes or end use application. The crystallisation is not reversible back to the amorphous phase without re-melting the material. Consideration of the temperature range during processing and end use application needs to be included if selecting APTIV 2000.

Properties

General

Density ρ

1.26 g/cm³ at 23 °C

ISO 1183

Shrinkage cshrink

10 % at 200 °C

TM-VX-84

Shrinkage, transverse cshrink, trans

5 % at 200 °C

TM-VX-84

Water absorption cwater

0.21 % at 20 °C

ISO 62 (50% RH, 24h)

Dimension

Thickness t

0.05 mm

Mechanical

Elastic modulus E

1.8 GPa at 23 °C

ISO 527

Elastic modulus, transverse E

1.8 GPa at 23 °C

ISO 527

Elongation A

200 % at 23 °C

ISO 527

Elongation, transverse A

200 % at 23 °C

ISO 527

Puncture strength Spunct

470 kJ/m² at 20 °C

Def Stan 81-75

Tear strength Rtear

6 kN/m at 20 °C

ISO 6383-1

Tear strength, transverse Rtear,trans

6 kN/m at 20 °C

ISO 6383-1

Tensile strength Rm

120 MPa at 23 °C

ISO 527

Tensile strength, transverse Rm,trans

120 MPa at 23 °C

ISO 527

Thermal

Coefficient of thermal expansion α

6E-5 1/K at 20 °C

ASTM D696 (below Tg)

Glass transition temperature Tg

143 °C

Electrical

Breakdown voltage Ubreak

9.5 kV at 20 °C

ASTM D149 (6.25mm electrode)

Dielectric constant εr

3 [-] at 20 °C

ASTM D150 (10MHz)

Dielectric strength EDS

190 kV/mm at 23 °C

ASTM D149 (6.25mm electrode)

Electrical resistivity ρel

2.00E+14 Ω·m at 23 °C

ASTM D257 (100V)

Loss tangent tanδ

3E-3 [-] at 20 °C

ASTM D150 (10Mhz)

Technological properties

Application areas

Aerospace insulation, electrical insulation, acoustic speaker diaphragms, thermoforming of thin wall parts, composites

Compliance

APTIV 2000 film is approved for Food Contact Use: APTIV 2000 film is compliant with the compositional requirements of FDA 21 CFR 177.2415. APTIV 2000 film is compliant with the framework regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004/EC and commission directive 2002/72/EC and the amendments up to 2005/79/EC. APTIV 2000 film is fully compliant with the 3-A Sanitary Standards. APTIV film 2000 complies with the requirements of RoHS European Directive 2002/95/EC and can be used to manufacture products compliant with the same directive. APTIV 2000 film is inherently halogen-free in accordance with IEC61249-2-21.

Other

The key features are: High heat resistance, excellent Flexural fatigue properties, broad chemical resistance, low moisture absorption, high strength and toughness, stable and excellent electrical insulation properties, good flammability performance without use of flame retardant additives, inherently halogen-free, radiation resistance, low smoke and toxic gas emission, excellent hydrolysis resistance, excellent acoustic properties, high purity, lightweight, recyclable, easy to process.

Processing methods

Can be laminated to other materials thermoformed, metallised, coated, printed, stamped and die cut, welded and heat sealed and coated. APTIV 2000 film can easily be subjected to a range of secondary process operations, which allow designers and engineers to obtain the benefits of APTIV film properties in a variety of forms: Surface treatment, adhesion, coatings, slitting, die cutting and stamping, thermal lamination, heat welding and heat sealing, metallisation, laser marking and machining, thermoforming, printing

This material data has been provided by Goodfellow.

All metrics apply to room temperature unless otherwise stated. SI units used unless otherwise stated.
Equivalent standards are similar to one or more standards provided by the supplier. Some equivalent standards may be stricter whereas others may be outside the bounds of the original standard.