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Loading at extreme temperatures

Posted by admin on July 25th, 2012
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Storage, shipping, and usage temperatures can easily exceed or go below the normal room temperature range of 20º to 30ºC. Following are examples of conditions under which a part will need to withstand temperatures above or below the ambient room temperature.

Above room temperature

Plastics parts stored or operated in these conditions will need to accommodate very high temperatures:

Hot liquid containers

Hot water plumbing components

Devices containing heating elements

Shipped in vehicles sitting in direct sunlight

Stored in buildings without air conditioning

Below room temperature

Plastics parts stored or operated in these conditions will need to accommodate very low temperatures:.

Refrigeration components

Shipped in the hold of an airplane

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