PEEK Material Details

PEEK (Polyether Ether Ketone) is a high-performance thermoplastic polymer in the PAEK (Polyaryletherketone) family. Offering high radiation resistance, excellent electrical insulating properties, and resistant to biodegradation, it’s another highly sought after material suitable for demanding applications across various industries.


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Used in automotive components including bearing cages, thrust washers and seals, pump components like impellers and housings, and gear parts. Excellent wear resistance, dimensional stability at high temperature, and chemical inertness make it perfect for automation applications.


Aerospace/aviation components including bearings, piston parts, and pumps, radomes and antenna housings, along with wire insulation and cable ties. A preferred material in aerospace due to its lightweight, high-strength to weight ratio, and resistance to harsh chemicals like jet fuel and de-icing liquids.


Medical and surgical components, devices and equipment from spinal cages and hip joints to catheters and dental materials. Properties including PEEK biocompatibility, sterilizability, and X-ray transparency make it ideal for medical instrumentation and implants.

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