Project Description

Generality

The glass-filled polyamide is part of a class of polymers commonly called Nylon. Parts produced in this material are characterized by their excellent mechanical properties, excellent surface quality and a high level of precision, accuracy and dimensional details.


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Poliammide
Poliammide
Poliammide

Finish

Parts made of Glass-filled polyamide can be finished with different superficial finishes that improve the aesthetics and the mechanical resistance.

Propriety

High stiffness, high mechanical and wear resistance, good thermal loading capacity, excellent surface quality, high dimensional accuracy and detail resolution, good machinability and an excellent long-term constant behaviour are the characteristics that make this material efficient and functional for a multitude of uses.

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Application

The typical applications of the glass-filled polyamide are, in the car industry, the parts inside the engine compartment. This material is also suitable for the production of deep-drawing stamps or any other applications that requires a low abrasive wear and a high heat distortion temperature.

poliammide caricato vetro


poliammide caricato vetro


poliammide caricato vetro


poliammide caricato vetro

Mechanical parameters

Elastic traction module
DIN EN IS527
3200 ± 200 N/mm²
Tensile strength
DIN EN IS527
48 ± 3 N/mm²
Breaking elongation
DIN EN IS527
6 ± 3 %
Elastic flexural module
DIN EN ISO 178
2100 ± 150 N/mm²
Resistance according to Charpy
DIN EN ISO 179
35 ± 6 N/mm²
Resilience according to Charpy (carved specimen)
DIN EN ISO 179
5,4 ± 0,6 kJ/m²
Resilience according to Izod
DIN EN ISO 180
21,3 ± 1,7 kJ/m²
Resilience according to Izod (carved specimen)
DIN EN ISO 180
4,2 ± 0,3 kJ/m²
Brinell hardness
DIN EN ISO 2039
98
Shore hardness
DIN 53505
80 ± 2

Thermal characteristics

Fusion point
DIN 53736
172 – 180 °C
Vicat B / 50 softening temperature
DIN EN IS306
166 °C
Vicat A / 50 softening temperature
DIN EN IS306
179 °C