BASF Launches Bosch ESP Control Module Made of Ultradur® for Vehicles in Hot-humid Conditions

SpecialChem - Jun 24, 2011

The ESP 9, latest generation of Bosch's electronic stability program (ESP), is part of the safety package in many vehicles today. Its control housing is molded from the especially hydrolysis-resistant Ultradur® B4330G6 HR from BASF: This special compound from the PBT family satisfies the very demanding requirements faced by engineering plastics in hot-humid environments. Bosch ESP Control Module Made of Ultradur® Test conditions The new Ultradur® B4330G6 HR retains its material properties such as high strength, elasticity and impact strength during long-term testing at 85 °C and 85% relative humidity. It withstands test periods of over 5000 hours without noticeable characteristics of...

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