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Mini Viper - PF (Phenolic Plastic) Version

by LINH MAI November 01, 2019

Mini Viper - PF (Phenolic Plastic) Version

I believe that you fam have experienced so many spinners before and may be you got Viper spinner, so I need your help since I know that your opinions will help us a lot to make this spinner become better and better. So, I would like to ask "H ow do you think about the Tritium slot of this Mini Viper ?", Do you think 10 slots version is better or the 12 slots version is better. Please give me your opinions to make this spinner completed in the  Inbox section on the  bottom right your screen or via our   Group on facebook ! your answers are treasures to YEC's team 

- Size: 9*26*47.5
- Weight: 45g
- 2 SS beads
- Button: SS
- Center cover: SS
- Tritium slots: 10
More info of PF 
Phenolic - General term used to describe a group of thermosetting resins created by reacting a phenol with an aldehyde, followed by curing and crosslinking. The most common is phenol-formaldehyde. Usually, phenolic is extended by combining it with a filler. Phenolics are usually compression molded and they have good strength and toughness, good arc resistance and other electrical properties, good resistance to solvents and high temperatures, and are bargain-priced.
Phenolic, discovered in 1907 by George Baekeland, is one of the oldest types of thermosetting resins. Phenolics are now considered the workhorse of the plastics industry.
Good Dimensional Stability  (110), High Heat Resistance  (97), Good Electrical Properties  (67), High Strength  (57), General Purpose  (49), Good Heat Resistance  (46), Fast Cure  (40), Good Moldability  (38), Halogen Free  (35), Flame Retardant  (34), 79 More...
Electrical Parts  (83), Automotive Applications  (71), Electrical/Electronic Applications  (70), General Purpose  (41), Coating Applications  (33), Appliances  (33), Housings  (27), High Temperature Applications  (26), Insulation  (18), Bonding  (18), 62 More...
- Requires fillers for moldings
- Poor resistance to bases and oxidizers
- Volatiles released during cure (a condensation polymer)
- Limited to dark colors due to oxidation discoloration
Typical Properties and Processing Information
View material property information for Phenolic plastics.

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