Nylon

Sustamid 6G Nylon (Polyamide)

The casting process used to manufacture Sustamid 6G Nylon produces in a high-molecular and highly crystalline polyamide type 6 material with outstanding physical properties. Sustamid PA6 G has similar mechanical properties and chemical resistance to a standard Nylon 66. Stock shapes are available in sheet, rod or tube form in a wide selection of sizes.

  • Good sliding properties
  • Extremely high abrasion resistance
  • High mechanical strength coupled with high impact strength
  • Excellent machinability
  • High mechanical damping ability
  • Working temperature range of -40°C to 110°C continuous.
  • Good adhesive properties
  • Good weld ability
  • EU & FDA approved for direct food contact applications
  • High absorption of moisture (of up to 3 % in standard atmosphere) results in increased impact resistance.

Please note: In thin-walled parts, reduced mechanical strength and dimensional stability

Sustamid is frequently used as a substitute for aluminium, brass or bronze. Used for a wide range of industrial components both for Original Equipment Manufacture and maintenance.

Mechanical engineering: e.g. sliding parts, rollers, bushes, slide bearings, wear pads, support and guide wheels, sprockets tension rollers.

Offshore: e.g. bogies, cable winches, sheaves

Vehicle construction: e.g. sliding parts, hoisting gear, rope pulleys

Foodstuffs industry: e.g. sliding parts, conveyor stars wheels, spiral conveyors, feed screws,

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Product Description

The casting process used to manufacture Sustamid 6G Nylon produces in a high-molecular and highly crystalline polyamide type 6 material with outstanding physical properties. Sustamid PA6 G has similar mechanical properties and chemical resistance to a standard Nylon 66. Stock shapes are available in sheet, rod or tube form in a wide selection of sizes.

  • Good sliding properties
  • Extremely high abrasion resistance
  • High mechanical strength coupled with high impact strength
  • Excellent machinability
  • High mechanical damping ability
  • Working temperature range of -40°C to 110°C continuous.
  • Good adhesive properties
  • Good weld ability
  • EU & FDA approved for direct food contact applications
  • High absorption of moisture (of up to 3 % in standard atmosphere) results in increased impact resistance.

Please note: In thin-walled parts, reduced mechanical strength and dimensional stability

Sustamid is frequently used as a substitute for aluminium, brass or bronze. Used for a wide range of industrial components both for Original Equipment Manufacture and maintenance.

Mechanical engineering: e.g. sliding parts, rollers, bushes, slide bearings, wear pads, support and guide wheels, sprockets tension rollers.

Offshore: e.g. bogies, cable winches, sheaves

Vehicle construction: e.g. sliding parts, hoisting gear, rope pulleys

Foodstuffs industry: e.g. sliding parts, conveyor stars wheels, spiral conveyors, feed screws,