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Sitraplas/Fakuma Material with optimised scratch behaviour

Editor: Rosemarie Stahl

High-gloss surfaces in combination with functional touch panels are currently trending. However, plastic surfaces can become unattractive due to scratches.

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Sitrasur² was analysed by the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt.
Sitrasur² was analysed by the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt.
(Source: Sitraplas)

Therefore, customers want highly resistant and durable materials throughout the entire life span of a component. Sitraplas's R&D team has now developed Sitrasur². This material offers a balanced performance of all properties and excellent process ability compared to other raw materials. Sitrasur² shows the ductile failure of a PC or transparent PA, which barely irritates the human eye. At the same time, the scratch resistance of Sitrasur² is very close to PMMA.

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