Product Data Sheet

ReGenWall® High Density Polyethlene Product Data Sheet

Specific Gravity 0.99 c/cm³
Fire Behaviour  H.B. UL94
Water Absorption  <0.01 DIN 53495
Yield Strength 22.5 N/mm² DIN 53455
Elongation at Yield 0.0765 DIN 53455
Tensile Strength at Break 5.4 N/mm² DIN 53455
Elongation at Break 0.72 DIN 53455
Tensile Modulus 0.54 – 1.62 x 10^5 psi D 638
Flexural Modulus .90 – 1.8 x 10^5 psi D 790
Hardness, Rockwell R 64.385 D 785
Thermal Conductivity (10-4 cal-cm/sec-cm2-0C) 11.0 - 12.4 C 177
Coefficient of thermal expansion (10-5in/in-0F) 6.1 - 7.2 D 696
Deflection Temperature (0F) @ 264 psi 110 - 130 D 648
Deflection Temperature (0F) @ 66 psi 140 - 190
Dielectric strength (V/mil) Short Time, 1/8 –in thk 450 - 500 D 149
Dielectric constant A 1kHz 2.3 – 2.35 D 150
Dissipation factor @ 1kHz 0.0003 D 150

This information is intended as a guideline for designers and processors of thermoplastics. Because design and processing is complex, a set solution will not solve all problems. Observation on a “trial and error” basis may be required to achieve desired results.

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Any information regarding performance or use is only offered as suggestion for investigation for use.
ReGen Plastics offers no warranties, expressed or implied, concerning the suitability or fitness of any of its products for any particular purpose. It is the responsibility of the customer to determine that the product is safe, lawful and technically suitable for the intended use.


ReGen Plastics is not simply a recycled product manufacturer! We are also working to establish a processing facility to take local plastic to create a product that will be able to provide multiple industries with a quality designed profile that meets industry standards and is well-priced. We are specialists in the plastic industry, being able to work from planning it’s engineering potential through to providing education on this material as a resource. We understand at the deepest level it is those in the plastic industry that need to lead the way. We are in a situation globally where the use of plastic needs to be refined, with low grade and single-use items needing to be phased out.