Brandenburger S 4000® material is a laminate based on glass-fibers bound with a high-temperature polymer.
The high percentage of high-temperature resin results in an extremely low coefficient of thermal conductivity with good mechanical and thermal fatigue resistance.
Areas of application:
S 4000® is used for heat-protection plates or machine components of heated presses and tools in the plastics, rubber and wood-processing industries.
Compared to inorganic insulation materials that are subject to brittle fracture, S 4000® is the better alternative. Compared to other glass-fiber reinforced insulation materials, a significantly lower thickness is required to achieve the desired degree of insulation.
Specifications: the listed data are guidelines only and not contractually guaranteed!
Special material characteristics:
- High Long-Term Temperature Resistance
- Exceptionally Good Insulation
- High Compressive Strength
- Chemically Resistant to Acids and Organic Solvents
|Temperature resistance (short-term)||250 ℃||482 ℉|
|Temperature resistance (long-term)||210 ℃||410 ℉|
|Thermal conductivity||0.12 W/mK||0.07 btu/ft h ℉|
|Coefficient of the linear expansion||28•10-6||28•10-6|
|Compressive strength (room temperature)||300 N/mm2||43511.3 psi|
|Flexual strength||200 N/mm2||29007.5 psi|
|Compressive strength (200 ℃)||100 N/mm2||14503.8 psi|