Properties of Trimax®

Property Average value Test method
Bending rupture stress > 20 N/mm2 DIN EN ISO 178
Shearing strength 10 N/mm² *see below
Bending modulus of elasticity > 1200 N/mm² DIN EN ISO 178
Allowable bending stress 1), 2), 3) > 7 N/mm² **conformable KPF
Screw withdraw 1500 N ASTM D 6117
#10 1½"
Density dependent of application 0,7 - 0,9 g/cm³ ASTN D 792
DIN 55990
Friction coeff. in contact with steel < 0,22 in accordance to
ASTM D 3702
Slip resistance class R 11 professional association
Toxicity nontoxic Hamilton/Buchanan
Migration, elution no release of petrohydrocarbone DIN 38 409 H16-2
Dielectric strength < 30 kV/mm  
Thermal conducitvity < 0,3 W/mK  
Thermal capacity < 1,6 kJ/kgK  
Thermal expansion coefficient Lenght: 65 * 10-6 K-1
Width: 82 * 10-6 K-1
DIN 53 752
Surface resitivity ca. 10 14 Ohm
static electricity is posible
ASTM D 257
Water absorption < 0,01 % ASTM D 570
Hardness > 70 Shore D DIN 53 505
ASTM D 2240
Fire behavior normal combustibility class B2 DIN 4102, Teil 1+4
Wear rate vs. pressure treated wood 1 / 10 in accordance to
ASTM D 3702
Friction coeff. of Trimax® against Rubber-/ Leather soles
Worn wet: µ = 0,80 dry: µ = 1,0 in accordance to
ASTM D 3702
Fresh wet: µ = 0,65 dry: µ = 0,95 in accordance to
ASTM D 3702
     
1) 23° C = 7N/mm2 2) 40° C = 6N/mm2 3) 65° C = 3N/mm2
* there has been no sheare failure (BAM Nr. 2.2/23 897)
** Plastic Test Institute Franken