PEI is an abbreviation for Polyether Imide - an advanced thermoplastic which has both ether links and imide groups in its polymer chain. Polyether Imide has gained rapid acceptance as a high temperature engineering thermoplastic material competitive with the polysulfones, polyphenylene sulfides, and polyketones. Polyether Imide exhibits high tensile strength without the use of reinforcement, flame resistance, very low smoke emission, and excellent hydrolytic stability. Because of PEI's high stability, its range of processing is wider than many other thermoplastics.
UNINKO modified PEI compounds series includes glass/mineral/carbon/stainless steel fiber reinforced grade, anti-static grade, ESD protection grade, electric conductive grade, wear resistant grade, UV resistant grade, EMI shielding grade, etc broad range, with excellent performances, and widely used in the Medical/Healthcare Applications, Automotive Applications, Electrical/Electronic Applications, Pharmaceuticals, Aircraft/Aerospace Applications, Industrial Applications , Home Appliances and other industries, etc.