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DTULDeflection Temperature Under Load
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Next month, I will look more closely at these curves and hopefully put to rest the notion that deflection temperature under load, or some percentage of that property, however precisely it is calculated, has anything to do with the temperature at which a part can be demolded.
It offers the added benefits of increased impact strength, good heat deflection temperature under load and a high-gloss (Class A) surface finish.
In previous columns in this series, we have demonstrated the capability of dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) to determine the modulus of a polymer at virtually any temperature, and the advantage that this has over the traditional deflection temperature under load (DTUL) measurement.
The temperature of the fluid at the point where this deflection is attained is the deflection temperature under load.
The deflection temperature under load (DTUL) and Vicat softening values also contain some inconsistencies that make comparisons challenging.