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Specialty Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS) Compound for New Generations of Fiberoptic Connectors

Publisher: Celanese
Overview:
Discussing about the development of a new linear polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) compound, this paper presents Fortorn 8670A61 advantages such as excellent melt flow, low viscosity, low uniform shrinkage, and minimal moisture uptake. It states that FortronŽ 8670A61 is ideal for small form factor connectors, which have twice the density of the current popular fiberoptic connectors. Also included are tables detailing short term properties of Fortron 8670A61 fiberoptic connector grade, recommended molding conditions for Fortron 8670A61, and relative flash Performance of Fortron. The paper concludes that in order to improve machining and polishing of connectors, by eliminating problems with chip clearance and surface smearing the new grade Fortron 8670A61 would be the best choice.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.Introduction1
2.Discussion1
3.Molds4
4.Summary4
5.Figures
5.1.Schematic of 70 x 70 x 4.5mm - Ticona Flash Tool3
5.2.A Typical Ferrule and Multi-fiber Connector4
5.2.1.Top View4
5.2.2.End View4
6.Tables
6.1.Short Term Properties Fortron 8670A61 Fiberoptic Connector Grade1
6.2.Relative Moisture Absorption Fortron Fiberoptic Connector Grades versus Competition per ASTM D5701
6.3.Relative Coefficients of Thermal Expansion (CTE) Fortron Fiberoptic Connector Grades versus Competition as per ISO 11359-2 and ASTM D6962
6.4.Recommended Molding Conditions for Fortron 8670A61 Fiberoptic Connector Grade2
6.5.Relative Mold Shrinkage Performance Fortron Connector Grades versus Competition2
6.6.Relative Flash Performance Fortron Fiberoptic Connector Grades2
6.7.Mold Flow vs. Wall Thickness/Pressure Fortron PPS 8670A61 Fiberoptic Connector Grade3
6.8.Weld Line Tensile Strength Retention Fortron PPS 8670A61, 6165A6, 6850L6 Fiberoptic Connector Grades as per Test Method ISO 5273
6.9.Molding Performance Cycle Time/Cost per Piece Fortron PPS 8670A61 vs. Other Products4
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