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Elmet Technologies
DIAB Divinycell® H 100 Sandwich Core Material
Categories: Other Engineering Material; Composite Core Material; Polymer

Material Notes: Divinycell H has been widely used over many years in virtually every application area where sandwich composites are employed including the marine (leisure, military and commercial), land transportation, wind energy, civil engineering/infrastructure and general industrial markets. In its application range, Divinycell H has the highest strength to density ratio. It exhibits at both ambient and elevated temperatures impressive compressive strength and shear properties. In addition the ductile qualities of Divinycell H make it ideal for applications subject to fatigue, slamming or impact loads.

Other key features of Divinycell H include consistent high quality, excellent adhesion/peel strength, excellent chemical resistance, low water absorption and good thermal/acoustic insulation. Divinycell H is compatible with virtually all commonly used resin systems (polyester, vinyl ester and epoxy) including those with high styrene contents. Its good temperature performance with high residual strength and good dimensional stability makes Divinycell H ideal for hand laminating, vacuum bagging, RTM (resin transfer molding) or vacuum infusion.

Continuous operating temperature is -200 to 70°C. The foam can be used in sandwich structures, for outdoor exposure, with external skin temperatures up to 85°C. Normally Divinycell H can be processed up to 90°C with minor dimensional changes. Maximum processing temperature is dependent on time, pressure and process conditions.

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Available Properties
  • Density, ISO 845
  • Tensile Strength, Ultimate, ASTM D1623, Perpendicular to the plane
  • Elongation at Break, ASTM C273, In Shear
  • Tensile Modulus, ASTM D1623, Perpendicular to the plane
  • Compressive Strength, ASTM D1621, Perpendicular to the plane
  • Compressive Modulus, ASTM D1621, Perpendicular to the plane
  • Shear Modulus, ASTM C273
  • Shear Strength, ASTM C273
  • CTE, linear
  • Maximum Service Temperature, Air, Continuous
  • Minimum Service Temperature, Air, Continuous
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