PETG Resin Properties & Uses
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|Chemical Name||Polyethylene Terephthalate (Polyester with Glycol Additive)|
|Opacity||Clear or Opaque|
|Shrinkage||.2% to .6%|
|Melting Point||500° F|
|Deflection Temperature||157° F|
|Service Temperature||156° F|
PETG resin is a thermoplastic polymer commonly used as an insulator in electrical applications. Other common applications are:
|Advantages||PETG resin can be treated to be flame retardant to make it non-combustible. Other advantages of this engineering resin include:
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