The Electrostatic Dissipative UPE Conduit,GTC300,incorporates a high-strength synthetic fiber and two spiral steel wires, along with a liner made of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UPE) infused with conductive carbon black. Through the use of ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene material and specialized manufacturing processes, the GTC300 exhibits exceptional performance in various industries such as chemical engineering, lithium batteries, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and ink production.
Meeting the specific requirements for the transfer of special chemical media, this product ensures outstanding reliability and stability in terms of pressure resistance, conductivity, and wear resistance, guaranteeing the safety of material transfer during use.
High-Performance Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UPE) Liner
The UHMWPE liner within the GTC300 boasts an extraordinarily high molecular weight of over 6.7 million, providing it with exceptional performance characteristics.
27.3 times higher than stainless steel
4 times higher than Nylon (PA) and Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
5 times that of ABS
2 times that of PC
Remains stable when handling corrosive media with concentrations up to 80% hydrochloric acid, 75% sulfuric acid, and 20% nitric acid, among others.
The addition of conductive carbon black imparts antistatic properties to the inner surface of the conduit, with a surface resistance of R 10^6ohms.
Conductive carbon black provides a stable and uniform surface resistivity.
It enables the UPE to achieve outstanding conductivity and electrostatic dissipation (ESD) performance.
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