polyamide (nylon)6 with excellent molding characteristics .
Super tough, high flexibility, enhanced impact strength
even in the dry and -40°C low temperature conditioned state .
|TEST ITEMS||TEST METHOD AND CONDITIONS||TYPICAL|
|Melt Volume Rate||ISO1133|| cc/10min||(235℃)5kg||22|
|Tensile strain at break||ISO527||%|| ||127|
|Flexural Modulus||ISO178||MPa|| ||1,500|
|Flexural Strength ||ISO178||MPa||3mm/min||60|
|Notched Charpy Impact||ISO179||KJ/m2||3.5m/s-2.75J||46|
|Ash content|| ||%|| ||None|
|Flammability Rating||UL-94|| || ||HB|
PA (nylon) materials must be properly dried in order to provide
parts with optimum strength and toughness. Nylon materials are
hygroscopic and will become degraded by excessive moisture during
the injection molding process. Products is supplied in
moisture-protected containers and drying prior to molding is not
required. If drying becomes necessary, a dehumidifying or desiccant
dryer operating at 80 °C (176 °F) is recommended. Drying time is
dependent on moisture level, but 4-6 hours is generally sufficient,
but final moisture content must be less than 0.2%.