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PA6 application information
Widely used in the manufacture of machinery, automotive, chemical and electrical components such as gears, rollers, pulleys, rollers, pump impellers, fan blades, high pressure seals, valve seats, gaskets, bushings, various han
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Place of Origin:Dongguan, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:SIKO
Model Number:PA6 GF30
Material:Nylon PA6
Filler:Glass Fiber
Filler Content:30%
Flammability:HB
Color:Natural
Grade:Injection Grade
Form:Granule/Pellet
Certificates:SGS,ROHS, REACH, UL
Application:Auto Parts, Electrical Parts
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:100 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
25kg/bag or 500kg/bag.
Port:Shenzhen


PA6 Description

 

PA6 (polyamide 6) is translucent or opaque crystalline polymer with a specific gravity of 1.12-1.14. It has the characteristics of thermoplastic, light weight, good toughness, good chemical resistance and durability. Widely used in automotive parts, mechanical parts, electrical and electronic products, engineering accessories and other products.

 

PA6 Features

 

1. High mechanical strength, good toughness, high tensile and compressive strength.

2. Corrosion resistant, very resistant to alkali and most salt liquids, also resistant to weak acids, engine oil, gasoline, aromatic hydrocarbon-resistant compounds and general solvents.

3. Self-extinguishing, non-toxic, odorless, weather resistant, inert to bio-erosion, good antibacterial and anti-mildew ability.

4. Excellent electrical properties, the electrical insulation is good, the volume resistance very high, and the breakdown voltage is high. In the dry environment, it can be used as a power frequency insulation material, and has good electrical insulation even in a high humidity environment.

5. The parts are light in weight, easy to matching color and molding. It can flow quickly due to its low melt viscosity.

 

Compared to PA66

 

The chemical and physical properties of PA6 are similar to PA66. However, it has a lower melting point and a wide process temperature range. It has better impact resistance and solubility resistance than PA66, but it is also more hygroscopic. Because many of the quality characteristics of plastic parts are affected by hygroscopicity, this should be noticed when designing products with PA6.

 

PA6 Main Application Field

 

Field

Application cases

Auto parts

Radiator box and blade, tank cover, door handle, intake grille

Electrical & Electronic parts

Coil bobbin, electronic connector, electrical original, low voltage electrical housing, terminal

Industrial parts

Bearings, round gears, various rollers, oil resistant gaskets, oil resistant containers, bearing cages

Railway fasten parts,  Power tools

Rail insulator, angle guide, pad, power tools parts

 


 

 

ENGINEERING PLASTICS 

 

Material SIKO Grade No. Filler(%) FR (UL-94) Description Main Application
PA6 Series  PA6+10%-50% GF reinforced SP80G10-50 10%-50% HB PA6+10%, 20%, 25%, 30%,50%GF, Glassfiber reinforced grade Auto parts, Electrical parts, Power tools, Gears, Mechanical parts, Industiral parts, Medical instruments parts,Connectors ect
PA6+10%-50% GF and MF  reinforced SP80GM10-50 10%-50% HB PA6+10%, 20%, 25%, 30%,50%GF, Glassfiber and mineral filler reinforced grade  
PA6+25%-35%GF, heat resistance SP80G25/35-HS 25%-35% HB PA6+25%-35%GF, heat resistance Pumps, Auto Radiators.
PA6 Series PA6, Super Toughness(ST), high impact, low temperature resistance SP80-ST None HB PA6 unfilled, PA6+15%, 20%, 30%GF,Super Toughness grade, High impact, Dimension stability, low temperature resistance. Sports Apparatus parts like Mountain bikes, Skating Shoes, Scooters, Skibobs etc
  SP80G20/30-ST 20%-30% HB    
PA6,Flame Retardant Grade (FR) V0, Unfilled SP80F None V0 Flame retardant PA6 Various Switch components, Connectors,  Coil Bobbin, Transformers bobbins etc
PA6+15-30%GF & FR V0  SP80G15-30F 15%-30% V0 PA6+15%, 20%, 25%, 30%GF, and FR V0  





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