Divinycell HP

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Divinycell HP


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Description

Divinycell HP’s elevated temperature performance also extends to its ‘in service’ life as it will retain a high percentage of its mechanical properties despite exposure to high ambient temperatures.

The mechanical properties of Divinycell HP have not been compromised in order to achieve its elevated temperature performance.
It offers higher values than other commonly used ‘elevated temperature cores’ in all significant areas including its strength properties, elongation to break, ductility, adhesion/peel strength, fracture toughness and dimensional stability.
Other key features of Divinycell HP include excellent chemical resistance (including styrene), low water absorption and good thermal/acoustic insulation.


Properties
Property Method Unit HP60 HP80 HP100 HP130 HP160 HP200 HP250
Compressive Strength2
ASTM D 1621
MPa
0.95
1.5
2.0
3.0
3.4
5.4
7.2
psi
138
217
290
435
493
783
1,044
Compressive Modulus2
ASTM D 1621
MPa
74
105
135
170
200
310
400
psi
10,730
15,225
19,575
24,650
29,000
44,965
58,015
Tensile Strength2
ASTM D 1623
MPa
1.8
2.8
3.5
4.8
5.4
7.1
9.2
psi
261
406
508
696
783
1,030
1,334
Tensile Modulus2
ASTM D 1623
MPa
75
100
130
175
205
250
320
psi
10,875
14,500
18,850
25,375
29,730
36,250
46,400
Shear Strength
ASTM C 273
MPa
0.85
1.25
1.6
2.2
2.6
3.5
4.5
psi
123
181
232
319
377
508
653
Shear Modulus
ASTM C 273
MPa
20
28
35
50
73
73
97
psi
2,900
4,060
5,075
7,250
10,590
10,590
14,070
Shear Strain
ASTM C 273
%
23
38
40
40
40
45
45
Nominal Density1
ISO 845
kg/m³
65
80
100
130
160
200
250
lb/ft³
4.1
5.0
6.3
8.1
10.0
12.5
15.6
1 Typical density variation ± 10%
2 Perpendicular to the plane. All values measured at +23°C(73.4°F).
 
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