Product Overview - High Performance > 300°F

Ensinger's High Performance category consists of materials designed to withstand the most severe environments. Lighter than most metals, these materials offer weight savings that have the potential to drive lower cost systems. These products also typically have significant resistance to harsh chemicals, and of course the ability to survive and perform in extreme temperatures.

Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) - TECAPEEK®

One of Ensinger's most versatile materials, TECAPEEK, is available in a variety of grades to suit your particular situation. All of Ensinger's TECAPEEK product line utilizes Victrex® PEEK™ polymer.

TECAPEEK
It is an excellent material for a wide spectrum of applications where thermal, chemical, and combustion properties are critical to performance. » Read more

TECAPEEK GF30
TECAPEEK GF30 is Ensinger's 30% glass fiber reinforced TECAPEEK product. It offers enhanced mechanical and thermal properties over those of our basic TECAPEEK offering. » Read more

Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS) - TECATRON® PPS

The TECATRON family of materials exhibits most notably excellent chemical resistance, as well as low levels of creep and high levels of dimensional stability. It is also inherently flame resistant.

TECATRON PPS
TECATRON PPS is a high performance thermoplastic that combines good mechanical properties with excellent thermal and chemical resistance properties. There is no known solvent that dissolves TECATRON PPS at temperatures below 392°F. » Read more

TECATRON GF40
TECATRON™ PPS is a high performance thermoplastic that combines good mechanical properties with excellent thermal and chemical resistance properties. There is no known solvent that dissolves TECATRON™ PPS at temperatures below 392°F. » Read more

Polyetherimide (Ultem®) - TECAPEI™

TECAPEI is an amorphous thermoplastic polyetherimide made from Sabic's Ultem 1000. It combines exceptional mechanical, thermal and electrical properties. Natural TECAPEI (unfilled) is a translucent amber material.

TECAPEI
ULTEM is an amorphous thermoplastic polyetherimide (PEI) material which combines exceptional mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties. Natural ULTEM® 1000 (unreinforced) is a translucent amber material. » Read more

TECAPEI GF10
A custom extruded grade of ULTEM 2100 that is ten percent glass fiber reinforced for use when a slightly greater amount of strength and stiffness is required. » Read more

TECAPEI GF20
A custom grade of 20% glass fiber reinforced ULTEM 2200 for use when a slightly lower level of fiber reinforcement is called for than is provided in our standard 30% reinforced grade. » Read more

TECAPEI GF30
Ensinger's standard grade of 30% glass fiber reinforced ULTEM 2300 for use when looking for the maximum improvements to tensile strength and rigidity, as well as increased dimensional stability. » Read more

Sulfones - TECASON®

The TECASON product line consists of amorphous materials that bring with them some unique performance characteristics. Among these is their ability to withstand the rigors of steam sterilization, otherwise known as "autoclaving". Because of their resistance to this form of cleaning, they are often used extensively in medical applications.

TECASON S Polysulfone
TECASON S is a translucent engineering plastic known for its chemical resistance, rigidity, high-temperature performance, and its ability to operate in an autoclave environment. » Read more

TECASON P Polyphenylsulfone
Offering a level of performance above polysulfones, TECASON P has increased temperature, impact and chemical resistance properties as well as excellent resistance to repeated steam sterilization (autoclave) cycles. It is specifically designed to remain dimensionally stable under these conditions and is available in both opaque and transparent grades. » Read more

TECASON P MT (medical grade)
TECASON P MT is designed specifically and primarily for applications in the medical industry, and as such comes supplied with all appropriate certifications. It is available in several colored and transparent grades as well as an x-ray opaque grade. » Read more