PPS Resin

PPS Resin Characteristics & Uses

PPS Resin Applications:

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

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PPS Resin Material Data Sheet

Chemical NamePolyphenylene Sulfide
StrengthTough, Stiff
Specific Gravity1.5
Shrinkage0.85% to 1.1%
Melting Point554°F
Deflection Temperature531-538°F
Service Temperature320°F
ApplicationsPPS resin is a good substitute for aluminum. It’s commonly used in interior and exterior automotive plastic molding applications. Other common applications are:

  • Appliance Housings

  • White Goods

  • Automotive (interior & exterior)

AdvantagesPPS offers a number of beneficial characteristics, including resistance to chemicals such as acids, alkalis, bleaches. Other advantages of this engineering resin are:

  • Excellent Processing

  • Good Surface Finish

  • Low Creep

  • Good Dimensional Stability

  • High Impact Strength

  • Chemical Resistant


  • High Process Temperatures

  • Comparatively High Cost

  • Fiber-Filled Grades may show Mold Warpage