Press Release Summary:
NylatronÂ® 4.6 high temperature nylon has heat deflection temperature (ASTM D648) over 300Â°F and is capable of retaining physical properties at elevated temperatures. It is suited for use in wear-resistant parts in industrial process machinery and as valve components in chemical processing applications. Reddish-brown in color, material is available in rods up to 60 mm in diameter in 3 m lengths, and in sheets up to 50 mm thick in 1 and 3 m lengths.
Original Press Release:
Quadrant Expands Product Line to Include Machinable High Temperature Nylon Shapes
Nylatron® 4.6 Rods and Sheets Now Available for Designers and Machinists in North America
Reading, PA-- Quadrant EPP has expanded their industry leading product line to include a range of Nylatron® 4.6 rod and sheet sizes. This high temperature grade of nylon is based on Stanyl® 4.6 raw material produced by Netherlands based DSM Engineering Plastics.
Nylatron® 4.6 from Quadrant offers heat resistance to over 300° F (260° C)
Made available first in Europe, Nyaltron 4.6 was created to give OEM design engineers an option in Nylon (PA) that wasn't previously available. Nylatron 4.6 has a heat deflection temperature (ASTM D648) over 300°F (150°C) which exceeds most PA, POM and PET based materials. Nylatron 4.6 retains its strength and stiffness at elevated temperature but still offers the toughness and durability that make nylon a sound design choice.
Nylatron 4.6 has been used for wear-resistant parts in industrial process machinery and as valve components in chemical processing applications. Its' retention of physical properties at elevated temperature has made it ideal for small series, machined automotive and transportation components where under-hood specifications require 300°F (150°C) capability.
Quadrant produces rods up to 60mm (2.36") diameter in 3m lengths and sheets up to 50mm (1.97") thick as 1m (39.37") and 3m (118.11") lengths. Nylatron 4.6 is reddish-brown in color.
About Quadrant EPP
Quadrant EPP's products range from UHMW polyethylene, nylon and acetal to ultra-high performance polymers that resist temperatures to over 800 °F (425 °C). The company's products are used for machined parts in food processing and packaging, semi-conductor manufacturing, aerospace, electronics, chemical processing, life sciences, power generation and diverse industrial equipment. Quadrant EPP's products are supported by a global team of application development and technical service engineers.
Full support in evaluating designs and machining of parts is available from Quadrant Engineering Plastic Products' Technical Support Group. Learn more about Quadrant at www.quadrantepp.com.