BMC can be used for both compression and injection molding. Injection use is particularly efficient when it comes to production of small technical parts in high quantities. In these cases the BMC loaded into the hopper of the injection molding machine enables high productivity through short cycle times and multi-cavity molds.
It is produced by mixing polyester resin and main additives and the paste is transferred to a kneading machine in which the chopped is added through a dosing system the chopped glass fiber (pre-cut), typically at 6 or 12 mm. After appropriate processing cycles with clockwise and counter-clockwise movements of the blades of the kneading machine the mixture obtained is forced through a transport screw into an outlet, with which the diameter of the packaging is determined. The cylinder obtained is placed in a styrene-impermeable bag and vacuum-sealed.
NATURAL FIBER 20%
Flexural strength > 45 MPa
Flexural modulus > 6000 MPa
Specific weight: 1,45 g/cm3
Specific weight: 1,45 g/cm
Flexural strength: > 150 MPa
Flexural modulus > 18000 MPa
BMC ANTISTATICLIGHT GREY COLOUR
Surface resistivity: 106 – 109 Ohm
Flexural strength: > 160 MPa
Flexural modulus > 15000 Mpa
BMC HIGH PERFORMANCE
Tg > 280°C
BMC LOW DENSITY
Specific weight: < 1 g/cm3
BMC STYRENE FREE
Mechanical properties and reactivity as standard BMC
Made by raw recycled material made to be made again
What is BMC
BMC (Bulk Moulding Compoud) is a reinforced composite material that consists of the mixture of:
How BMC can be transformed
BMC is used for both compression and injection molding. Its easy molding process makes BMC a suitable material for many applications. Our BMC can be customized by adjusting the formulation components to achieve any performance required by the customer, such as electrical conductivity, chemical resistance, fire resistance and controlled shrinkage.