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What does HMP stand for?

HMP stands for High Melting Point (solder)

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90 MI It's big advantage is its unusually high melting point (119 C), which greatly reduces required sterilization time, according to company.
EcoPaXX is a high-performance polyamide that is said to combine the benefits of a high melting point (approximately 250[degrees]C), low moisture absorption and excellent resistance to various chemical substances.
10 broadens the application field for polyamides to numerous additional cutting-edge applications, thanks to excellent mechanical and thermal performance, displaying a high melting point of 215[degrees]C, similar to that of a PA 6; chemical resistance comparable to that of polyamide 11 and 12; very high gas-barrier properties; and low water absorption halfway between that of polyamide 6 and polyamide 12.
It pairs typical long-chain polyamide properties, such as low moisture absorption, with high melting point (highest of all bio-plastics) and high crystallisation rate (typical for engineering plastics such as polyamide 66 and Stanyl polyamide 46).