PSU Resin

PSU Resin Characteristics & Uses

PSU Resin Applications:

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

At PMC, we take pride in our expertise and also provide Mold Design Services & Consultations. Whether you need molds designed, or assistance in choosing the appropriate resin, our team is here to provide you with the necessary guidance and support.

Don’t let the complexities of resin selection hinder your project. Reach out to our dedicated team by clicking on the Contact Us button below for additional help in determining the precise engineering resin needed for your application.

If you have already identified the resin you require, save time by directly requesting a personalized quote. Simply Request a Quote and we’ll quickly respond with a comprehensive estimate tailored to your project’s specific needs.

With PMC, you’ll benefit from our wealth of knowledge and experience in resin selection and mold design, ensuring that your project proceeds smoothly and successfully.

Please Note: PMC does not sell the materials on this page. We only use the material list to inform visitors that we are experienced in processing these materials for many fine products.

PSU Resin Material Data Sheet

Chemical NamePolysulphone
Specific Gravity1.37
Shrinkage0.67% to 0.75%
Melting Point392°F
Deflection Temperature352-361°F
Service Temperature338°F
ApplicationsPSU is ideal as a high temperature metal replacement. Common applications for this engineered plastic resin are:

  • Medical

  • Automotive

  • Electrical Appliances

AdvantagesPSU offers a number of beneficial characteristics, including resistance to chemicals and heat. Other advantages are:

  • Low Moisture Absorption

  • High Strength

  • Very High Surface Temperature Limits

  • Low Creep

  • Good Electrical Characteristics

  • Self-Extinguishing Ability

  • Resistance to Common Greases

  • Resistance to Many Solvents

  • Resistance to Heat


  • Attacked by Some Solvents

  • Poor Weatherability

  • Subject to Stress Cracking

  • Difficult Processing