Physical Properties for Seaboard™ Sheet

Seaboard™ Typical Properties

Property

Units

Value(1)

ASTM Method

Physical

Density

Hardness

Environmental Stress Crack

Resistance, F50

 

g/cm3

Shore D

hrs.

hrs.

 

.960

69

25

>500

 

D1505

D2240

D1693

D2561

Mechanical

Tensile Strength @ Yield

Flexural Modulus

Flexural Strength

 

psi

psi

psi

 

4,500

260,000

5,070

 

D638

D790

D790

Thermal

Low Temperature Brittleness, F50

Heat Deflection Temperature @ 66 psi

Vicat Softening Point

 

°C

°C

°C

 

-76

82

130

 

D746

D648

D1525

CPC Seaboard™ meets all of the requirements of the Food and Drug Administration regulation 21 CFR 177.1520 for
articles intended for use in direct contact with foodstuffs. CPC Seaboard™ is ultraviolet stabilized.

1 the “typical” properties of our sheet cannot be automatically used when engineering finished components; and the
fabricator or end user is responsible for insuring the suitability of our product for their specific application and use!

Article Title:
Physical Properties for Seaboard™ Sheet
Article Summary:
Physical, Mechanical, and Thermal Typical Properties.
Article Date:
1/22/2009
Article ID:
542
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