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Materials: High-heat polycarbonate film

Bayer Polymers has expanded its line of Makrofol polycarbonate films with the introduction of Makrofol DPF 5014, a high-heat resistant film. The film has a heat deflection temperature of 194C at 0.45...


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April 1, 2003 by Canadian Plastics

Bayer Polymers has expanded its line of Makrofol polycarbonate films with the introduction of Makrofol DPF 5014, a high-heat resistant film. The film has a heat deflection temperature of 194C at 0.45 Mpa, which is 50C higher than that of standard polycarbonate films. The Vicat Softening Temperature at Rate A is 205C, which is 48C higher than that of standard polycarbonate films.

DPF 5014 has a velvet first surface, a very fine matte second surface, and is available in the thickness of 0.007 in. It is specially designed for use as an alternative to metal in applications such a name plates, lamp housings and covers, heat insulation and carrier tapes.

Bayer Polymers 800-668-2554