Greene Tweed’s Arlon 3000 XT Polymer Enables High-temperature Performance in Electronics

January 22, 2020 Alix Paultre

Greene Tweed, a manufacturer of high-performance seals, thermoplastics, composites, and engineered components, presented its Arlon 3000 XT thermoplastic for electronics applications. Targeting sensors, connectors, and high-voltage insulators, the material provides excellent thermal stability and chemical resistance, low moisture absorption, low wear, and high impact resistance.

Presented as the first and only cross-linked, semi-crystalline polyketone solution, Arlon 3000 XT offers superior high-temperature performance over other plastics used in the electronics and electrical markets in environments above 460◦C. Due to its salient dielectric properties, the thermoplastic provides better electrical insulation and dissipation, faster signal throughput, and superior noise-abating characteristics over legacy materials, and is capable of load bearing over the glass transition point. 

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