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What types of Modified Nylon are there?

Nov. 21. 2019

Modified nylon is based on nylon raw materials. After filling and blending, it can improve the performance of one or several kinds of properties and improve the physical properties of nylon. It is an important part of modified engineering plastics. Glass Fiber Reinforced PA6 Manufacturers introduces you. What types of modified nylon are there? What performance improvements can be achieved?

GF Reinforced Nylon PA66

GF Reinforced Nylon PA66

First, the modified type of modified nylon:

The more common types of modification are: reinforced nylon, corrosion resistant nylon, aging resistant nylon, wear-resistant nylon, flame retardant nylon, high-temperature resistant nylon, and the like.

Second, the performance of modified nylon can be achieved:

1.GF Reinforced Nylon PA66:

Reinforced nylon has high strength and modulus. With the increase of glass fiber or carbon fiber content, the tensile strength and bending strength of nylon are greatly improved, the impact strength is more complicated, the toughening agent is added, and the toughness of nylon is greatly increased. The improvement of the addition of 30% to 35% of glass fiber, 8% to 12% of a toughening agent, nylon has the best comprehensive mechanical properties.

2. Toughened nylon:

Many engineering plastics can not meet the special use environment. For example, there are many materials with insufficient toughness and to brittleness. It can increase the toughness and low-temperature performance of nylon by adding tougher materials or ultra-fine inorganic materials.

Toughener: An additive added to a resin to reduce the brittleness of the plastic after hardening and to increase its impact strength and elongation.

3. Flame retardant nylon:

In many industries such as electronic appliances and automobiles, materials are required to have flame retardancy, but many plastic raw materials have low flame retardancy. Increasing the flame retardancy can be achieved by adding a flame retardant.

Flame retardant: also known as flame retardant, fire retardant or fire retardant, a functional additive that imparts flame retardancy to flammable polymers; most of them are VA (phosphorus), VIIA (bromine, chlorine) and A compound of the IIIA (锑, aluminum) group element.

Molybdenum compounds, tin compounds and iron compounds which have a smoke suppressing action are also in the category of flame retardants, and are mainly suitable for plastics having flame retardant requirements, delaying or preventing the burning of plastics, especially polymer plastics. It makes its ignition time increase ignites itself and is difficult to ignite.

4. Weather-resistant nylon:

Generally speaking, the cold resistance of plastics at low temperatures, due to the inherent low-temperature brittleness of plastics, makes plastics brittle at low temperatures, so for many plastic products used in low temperature environments, it is generally required to have cold resistance.

Weather resistance: refers to a series of aging phenomena such as fading, discoloration, cracking, chalking and strength degradation of plastic products due to exposure to external conditions such as sunlight, temperature changes, wind, and rain. Ultraviolet radiation is a key factor in aging plastics.

5. Nylon alloy:

Plastic alloys are prepared by using physical blending or chemical grafting or copolymerization to prepare two or more materials into a new material with high performance, functionalization and specialization to improve the performance of one material or both. The purpose of the material properties. It improves or improves the performance of existing plastics and reduces costs.

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