Magnolia PEEK is a high performance medical grade plastic known for its high purity and light color and is used as a metal replacement in demanding industries. Magnolia PEEK can be processed by injection molding, extrusion, compression molding and machining. Magnolia PEEK is available in granules, powder and bar stock.
Superior Polymers has established a quality management system which is certified to ISO 13485:2016 and operates under the relevant aspects of current Good Manufacturing Practices. Due to the aromatic backbone of the polymer and semi-crystalline nature, PEEK offers several key features compared to other polymers on the market. The combination of these key features results in a polymer with unrivaled performance as a single polymer or as part of a composite system.
- High tensile strength
- High heat resistance
- High flexural strength
- High chemical resistance
- High chemical inertness
- High toughness and fatigue resistance
- Modulus similar to bone
- Excellent biocompatibility
Magnolia PEEK is offered in three forms, allowing for key features to be offered for flexible applications across multiple industries.
Quality Management System Certification
Assessed by Orion Registrar and found to be in compliance with the ISO 13485:2016 Quality Standard.
Client ID: 9443 Certificate ID: 1023490
Used for: extrusion, injection molding, fiber spinning, film casting
Used for: Composites, compounding with additives (glass, carbon, ceramics etc.)
Used for: pump gears, high purity seals, electrical connectors, screws and impellers, gears and wear blades, laboratory and analytical equipment, medical device instruments and implants
Applications for industries like automotive, oil & gas, electrical, and aerospace. Learn more about applications for the medical industry.
|Physical Property||Magnolia Peek||ASTM F2026|
|Tensile Strength||14,000 psi @ yield 12,000 psi @ break||13,053 psi @ yield 10,152 psi @break|
|Elongation||7%||5% @ break|
|Flexural strength||21,000 psi||15,954 psi|
|Flexural Modulus||500,000 psi||435,113 psi|
|Impact Strength||80 J/m||50 J/m|
|Density||1300 kg/m3||1280-1320 kg/m3|
|Melt Templerature||338 C||320-360 C|
|Crystalization Temperature||288 C||260-320 C|
|Glass transition temperature||150 C||125-165 C|
14,000 psi @ yield
12,000 psi @ break
13,053 psi @ yield
10,152 psi @break
5% @ break
Glass transition temperature