Category B
Main characteristics: 

high strength properties: 70–80 MPa (yieldstress, tensile strength)
high toughness (notched Charpy): 8 kJ/m2 – does not break,
good sliding properties : m = 0,25–0,45 (dry sliding on smoothed and ground steel),
wide temperature range for application: from: –50°C to +120°C,
high hardness (Rockwell): M 86 – M 90,
good fatigue strength and damping capability,
does not expand in the presence of moisture, the POM C version can even be used under water up to 80°C,
can be readily cut using automatic machines, as well
density: 1,4 kg/dm3

Basic grade: 
POM C (Polioximetilén ko-polimer) POM H (Polioximetilén homo-polimer)
Special grade: 
In the case of the copolymer versions, a PTFE composite version is available with TF notation to ensure better sliding and wear behavior, 25% glass fiber reinforcement is also available with GF 25 notation to improve dimensional stability, as well as an electrically conducting version with ELS notation.
Main areas of use: 
Dimensionally stable, precision tools, gears with small modules; valve seatings; springs; sliding elements; control cams; insulating elements in electrical industry; machine parts in constant contact with water up to 80°C in the case of POM C; rollers; bonding elements, etc.
Machining technology: 

Cutting (turning, milling, drilling, reaming, sawing): these plastics have the best cutting properties. Traditional metalworking – or in certain cases, woodworking tools – carbon steel, rapid steel, hard metal, diamond can be used in sharp design. Cooling is recommended, which allows high cutting rates e. g. v = 200–500 m/min for turning, v = 200–400 m/min for milling, v = 50–100 m/min for drilling.
Adhesive bonding and welding: feasible but not suggested.

Products

Extruded rods, Plates, tubes
Color: white, black, blue, red, yellow, green

The extruded, unfilled copolymer version among polyoxymethylenes. This type of POM has a better resistance to heat ageing than POM-H, and it is resistant to hydrolysis and strong bases, as well. Available colors in limited dimension: blue, yellow, green, red.

Extruded rods, Plates
Color: black

Due to the conducting filler material in the basic POM C matrix structure, this product can conduct electrical charges. In comparison with “natural” POM C, the volume and surface resistance of the product is smaller by four – five degrees of magnitude.

Extruded rods, Plates
Color: natural (beige)

Due to the conducting filler material in the basic POM C matrix structure, this product can conduct electrical charges. In comparison with "natural" POM C, the surface and volume resistance of the product is smaller by three – four degrees of magnitude.

Extruded rods, Plates
Color: natural, black

Due to the glass fiber filling, the mechanical characteristics of POM C are different. The product is more rigid and has better dimensional stability than the “natural” version.

Extruded rods, Plates
Color: grey, blue

Inductively detectable. POM C base matrix with detectable filler. Good toughness and strength. Good resistance to cleaning agents.

Extruded rods, Plates
Color: black, blue, green, yellow, red

Special POM C used for medical technology. Very good sliding and abrasion behaviour. Resistant to organic solvents. Resistant to common sterilization methods and cleaning agents.

Extruded rods, Plates
Color: blue

PE additives ensure excellent sliding properties and improved abrasion resistance.

Extruded rods, Plates
Color: white, black

This homopolymer version has greater mecha¬ni¬cal strength, rigidity, smaller thermal expansion and better wear resistance than POM-C, but is not as readily usable in watery, warm medium.

Extruded rods, Plates
Color: natural

PTFE-filled POM-H. Due to the filling material, its characteristics are different from those of the POM-C and POM-H base materials. Due to the PTFE content, it is softer and not as rigid. Conversely, its sliding and wear properties are excellent.