Bantam jack spacers

  • 31-Aug-2010 08:48 EDT
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Minnesota Rubber and Plastics’ bantam jack spacers are molded of high-performance polyetherimide (PEI) to provide improved design function and cost efficiency for use in a range of telecommunication connecting devices. In addition to favorable electrical features, the spacers have good hydrolytic and UV stability as well as radiation resistance. The material is suited for repeated steam, hot air, and cold chemical sterilization; is flame-retardant; and can be used at continuous temperatures up to 375°. To add extra strength to the spacer design, the PEI resin can be reinforced with glass fibers as well as other materials such as carbon.

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