ZieLON

INVENTA’s Specialty Engineered Nylon

Nylon 6 and Nylon 66 are two versatile polyamide polymers that find extensive use in various industries due to their exceptional mechanical properties and versatility.
Nylon 6, also known as polycaprolactam, is a thermoplastic material with good strength, toughness, and resistance to abrasion. It is commonly used in the manufacturing of textiles, automotive components, and consumer goods such as packaging films and toothbrush bristles.
Nylon 66, on the other hand, is known for its higher melting point and enhanced chemical resistance, making it suitable for more demanding applications like engineering plastics, electrical connectors, and firearm components.
Both nylon 6 and nylon 66 can be specialty engineered to meet specific performance requirements. By adjusting the polymer composition and processing parameters, engineers at INVENTA can enhance their properties further. For example, specialty grades of nylon 6 and nylon 66 can be reinforced with additives like glass fibers or flame retardants to improve strength, flame resistance, or thermal stability. Moreover, they can be modified to achieve specific levels of flexibility, impact resistance, or resistance to chemicals, making them invaluable in industries ranging from aerospace and automotive to healthcare and electronics, where tailored materials with superior characteristics are essential.

*Custom Designed compounds are made as per specific clients’ applications need

**TDS and other technical information can be provided upon your email request**

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Applications

There are various applications of specialty engineered Nylon 6 and Nylon 66.
Automotive Components: Specialty engineered nylons are widely used in the automotive sector for parts like air intake manifolds, engine covers, and gear components. Their high strength, heat resistance, and chemical resistance are advantageous in this demanding environment.
Electrical and Electronics: These nylons are essential in electrical connectors, cable management products (such as cable ties and cable glands), and electrical enclosures due to their excellent electrical insulating properties, heat resistance, and durability. Also used in kitchen appliances, conveyor belts, industrial machinery components, and power tools.

These versatile materials continue to play a crucial role in numerous industries outside of the medical field, thanks to their customizable properties and ability to meet specific performance requirements.