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What are the technological characteristics of acrylic lotion bottles

Acrylic, also known as PMMA or Acrylic, is derived from the English acrylic (acrylic plastic). The chemical name is polymethyl methacrylate. It is an important plastic polymer material that has been developed earlier. It has good transparency, chemical stability and weather resistance, easy to dye, easy to process, and beautiful in appearance. It is used in the construction industry. Has a wide range of applications. This article is about the process characteristics of acrylic lotion bottles, let's take a look.


1. The cutting performance of polymethyl methacrylate is very good, and its profile can be easily machined to various required sizes.
2. Polymethyl methacrylate has higher melt viscosity and faster cooling rate, and the product is prone to internal stress. Therefore, the process conditions are strictly controlled during molding, and post-processing is also required after the product is molded.
3. Polymethyl methacrylate is an amorphous polymer, and the shrinkage rate and its variation range are small, generally about 0.5%-0.8%, which is conducive to forming plastic parts with high dimensional accuracy.
4. Polymethyl methacrylate has obvious non-Newtonian fluid characteristics in the temperature range of molding processing. The melt viscosity will decrease significantly with the increase of shear rate, and the melt viscosity is also very sensitive to temperature changes. Therefore, for the molding process of polymethyl methacrylate, increasing the molding pressure and temperature can significantly reduce the melt viscosity and achieve better fluidity.


5. The temperature at which polymethyl methacrylate starts to flow is about 160°C, and the temperature at which it starts to decompose is higher than 270°C, which has a wide processing temperature range.
6. Polymethyl methacrylate contains polar pendant methyl groups and has obvious hygroscopicity. The water absorption rate is generally 0.3%-0.4%. It must be dried before molding. The drying condition is 80℃-85℃ for 4-5h. .

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