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Piedmont Sign Grade SteelPOLY

DESCRIPTION A proven structural composite material that consists of two external steel skins thermally bonded to a low-density polyethylene LDPE core. Combined these materials form a structure that is extremely strong and energy absorbent providing durability impact resistance and aesthetics for the most demanding applications. PSG SteelPOLY is a magnetic receptive sheet with a nonghosting dry erase finish on one side and an optimized print surface on the other. PRODUCT AVAILABILITY FEATURES BENEFITS Strong durable galvanized steel Receptive to magnetic materials Printable finish on one side Dry erase finish on one side Stiffer self supporting CONTACT US 800.277.7898 Toll Free 704.597.8200 5010 W. W.T. Harris Blvd Charlotte NC 28269 Notes see datasheet on page 1 1. The figures given for these properties are for the most part derived from raw material supplier data and other publications. 2. Values for this property are only given here for amorphous materials and for materials that do not show a melting temperature PBI PI. 3. Temperature resistance over a period of min. 20000 hours. After this period of time there is a decrease in tensile strength measured at 23 C of about 50 as compared with the original value. The temperature value given here is thus based on the thermal-oxidative degradation which takes place and causes a reduction in properties. Note however that the maximum allowable service temperature depends in many cases essentially on the duration and the magnitude of the mechanical stresses to which the material is subjected. 4. Impact strength decreasing with decreasing temperature the minimum allowable service temperature is practically mainly determined by the extent to which the material is subjected to impact. The value given here is based on unfavourable impact conditions and may consequently not be considered as being the absolute practical limit. 5. These estimated ratings derived from raw material supplier d

ata and other publications are not intended to reflect hazards presented by the material under actual fire conditions. There is no UL File Number available for these stock shapes. 6. Most of the figures given for the mechanical properties are average values of tests run on dry test specimens machined out of rods 40-60 mm when available else out of plate 10-20mm. All tests are done at room temperature 23 73F 7. Test speed either 5 mmmin or 50 mmmin chosen acc. to ISO 10350-1 as a function of the ductile behaviour of the material tough or brittle using type 1B tensile bars 8. Test speed either 0.2min or 2min or chosen as a function of the ductile behaviour of the material brittle or tough using Type 1 tensile bars 9. Test speed 1 mmmin using type 1B tensile bars 10. Test specimens cylinders 8 mm x 16 mm test speed 1 mmmin 11. Test specimens cylinders 0.5 x 1 or square 0.5 x 1 test speed 0.05min 12. Test specimens bars 4 mm thickness x 10 mm x 80 mm test speed 2 mmmin span 64 mm. 13. Test specimens bars 0.25 thickness x 0.5 x 5 test speed 0.11min span 4 14. Measured on 10 mm 0.4 thick test specimens. 15. Electrode configuration 25 75 mm coaxial cylinders in transformer oil according to IEC 60296 1 mm thick test specimens. 16. Measured on discs 50 mm x 3 mm. 17. Measured on 18 thick x 2 diameter or square 18. Test procedure similar to Test Method A Pin-on-disk as described in ISO 7148-2 Load 3MPa sliding velocity 033 ms mating plate steel Ra 0.7-0.9 m tested at 23C 50RH. 19. Test using journal bearing system 200 hrs 118 ftmin 42 PSI steel shaft roughness 162 RMS micro inches with Hardness Brinell of 180-200 20. Test using Plastic Thrust Washer rotating against steel 20 ftmin and 250 PSI Stationary steel washer roughness 162 RMS micro inches with Rockwell C 20-24 21. Test using Plastic Thrust Washer rotating against steel Step by step increase pressure test ends when plastic begins to deform or if temperature increases depending on the material to a maximum

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