Nylon

Advanced Seals & Gaskets manufacture a wide and comprehensive range of Nylon products and components.

Nylon is available in various grades including Nylon 6, Nylon 66, Nylon 66.6 and Nylatron. These materials are generally available in black or natural white and are manufactured in sheets with a wide range of thicknesses.

Nylon is one of the oldest and most commonly used engineering plastics; known as a Polyamide and wallace hume carothersdeveloped by Wallace Hume Carothers in the USA in 1935, it has become one of the most widely used plastics due to its extraordinary properties.

Today it is used in Engineering as packers and spacers through to gears, cams, pulleys and bearings.

Besides the engineering industry it is now used in such sectors as Aerospace, Automotive, Defence and Marine.

The characteristics of these materials are unprecedented and include:

  •          High compression strength
  •          High tensile strength
  •          Anti-fatigue
  •          Shock resistant
  •          Wear resistant
  •          Friction coefficient
  •          Excellent ageing & weather resistance
  •          Good electrical properties
  •          Good chemical resistance

 

Advanced Seals & Gaskets Ltd have the in house capabilities to produce components from our range of Nylon materials in almost any format, such as:

Help with Nylon

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Plastics / Nylon Specification Sheets

Advanced Seals and Gaskets Ltd

Tel: 01384 252555

Email: sales@advancedseals.co.uk

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