PEEK Resin

PEEK Resin Characteristics & Uses

PEEK resin is ideal for components where thermal, chemical and combustion properties are critical for performance. Carbon filled PEEK is reinforced with carbon fiber and increases mechanical strength and performance.

PEEK Resin Applications:

Plastic Molded Concepts can use PEEK Resin for a wide variety of molding services, including: 

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PEEK Resin Material Data Sheet

Chemical NamePolyetheretherketone
StrengthVery Strong
Specific Gravity1.3-1.37
Melting Point340°F-345°F
Deflection Temperature550°F
Service Temperature250°F-260°F
ApplicationsPEEK resin is used for various components within the aerospace, military, electronics, medical, industrial, and filtration markets. This engineered resin is ideal for components where thermal, chemical and combustion properties are critical for performance.

Some common components that use PEEK resin include:

  • Filters

  • Gaskets

  • Piston Parts

  • Pumps

  • Compressor Plate Valves

  • HPLC Columns


  • Continuous Service at High Temperatures

  • Low Moisture Absorption

  • Excellent Resistance to Fatigue, Hydrolysis & Chemicals


  • High Cost

  • Notch-Sensitive

  • Very High Processing Temperatures Required

  • Incompatible with Strong Bases & Halogenated Solvents

  • Anisotropic Shrinkage