Polyetherketone (PEK) is a semi-crystalline polyether that was first developed by K. Dahl of Raychem in the 1970s for captive use. Polyetherketone is a high performance engineering thermoplastic having unique combination of thermal stability, chemical resistance and excellent mechanical properties over a wide temperature range. Polyetherketone has a good resistance to combustion and good electrical performance. Polyetherketone is renowned for their excellent chemical resistance to a number of organic and inorganic chemicals and exceptionally good resistance to hydrolysis in hot water.
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Polyetherketone Market: Segmentation
The global Polyetherketone market is segmented on the basis of product, application and region.
Based on the product, the global Polyetherketone market is segmented as:
Based on the application, the global Polyetherketone market is segmented as:
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What insights does the Polyetherketone Market report provide to the readers?
Polyetherketone Market fragmentation on the basis of Type, Application, and region.
Comprehensive assessment of upstream starting materials, downstream demand, and present market landscape.
Collaborations, R&D projects, acquisitions, and product launches of each Polyetherketone Market player.
Various regulations imposed by the governments on the consumption of Polyetherketone in detail.
Impact of modern technologies, such as big data & analytics, artificial intelligence, and social media platforms on the global Polyetherketone Market.
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