hanit<sup>®</sup> FAQThe FAQ section contains answers to frequently asked questions about hanit®raw material and the recycled plastic products made from it.
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What is the thermal conductivity value of hanit<sup>®</sup>?Our hanit® material consists of secondary plastics, polyolefin mixes to be exact. The ingredients of these mixes are polyethylenes (LDPE/HDPE) and polypropylene. Since the polyolefin content of our hanit® products is over 95 %, we can give you the following thermal conductivity value as a reference value. It is approx. 0.23 [W/mK].
What information does the thermal conductivity value provide?The thermal conductivity value is measured in [W/mK] (watts per meter and kelvin) and indicates the amount of heat energy that is transported through a material of a certain thickness. Thermal conductivity is a temperature-dependent material constant.
What is the density of hanit<sup>®</sup>?The density of hanit® is 0.93 g/cm³. (Density is the weight-to-volume ratio.)
What is the meaning of the measurement unit MPa in the technical data?The measurement unit megapascal (1 MPa = 1 million Pa = 1 N/mm²) indicates e.g. tensile stress at yield.
One pascal is the pressure a force of one newton exerts on an area of one square meter.
1,000,000 Pa = 1 MPa = 10 bar