Pertinax® – traditional material with new future

Pertinax® - traditional material with new future

Pertinax® – traditional material with new future

Ahlhorn | January 6th 2014

Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH also continues extending their product and material range this year. The latest addition to the product range is the trademark Pertinax®.

Composition of Pertinax®
Many people think of Pertinax® when they hear hard paper and therefore Pertinax® became the definition of hard paper during the last years. Recently Pertinax® got home at Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH from Ahlhorn and became a registered trademark of this company. Pertinax® is made of hard paper which is impregnated with phenolic resin and then several layers are compressed.

Properties and Applications of Pertinax®
Hard paper is a material which could not be more multifunctional. It can be used as supporting material or construction element – the advantages are obvious. Pertinax® is used in the electrical engineering industry as insulating material and as insulation supporting material for electronic components and printed circuit boards. Pertinax® qualifies by low specific weight and high mechanical strength, good electrical insulation properties and it can also be processed easily. The main advantages of Pertinax® are economic efficiency, long-life cycle as well as very good mechanical and electrical properties.

Pertinax® product range
Pertinax® can be bought in form of different hard paper reinforced boards, special laminates, hard paper reinforced round tubes, angles, solid rods, pressed formed parts, rectangular tubes and U – profiles, directly at Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH. Another source of supply for the different forms of Pertinax® are various licensed distributors and processors.

Furthermore Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH also supplies die-cut and formed parts, cuts, laser or water-jet cut materials as well as tapes made of Flexible electrical insulation materials, gaskets, Thermally Conductive Products and Technical Films, for example or Mylar®.

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