Is there a polymer that melts in air without burning with a melting point of about 200-250°C?
My problem is the following.
I have a small cylinder (height=20 mm, diameter=6 mm) and I need to melt it with an iron plate starting from one of its bases. I would like the plastic poured along the side of the cylinder in order to fill a small box the cylinder is initially in. At least the polymer should be as hard as a plastic pen (for instance). The cost is irrilevant.
Searching on different sites I am focusing my interest on Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and Syndiotactic Polystyrene.
The first one has a too high melting point, but this is a secondary problem. The second one seems to difficult to find.
I hope I made myself clear.
Have you got any suggestion?
Thanks. For help.
Regards. Ruggiero Guida