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NYLON

Nylon resin or polyamide resin is a type of engineering thermoplastic synthesized from ethylenediamine for the purpose of producing a variety of products for industrial use. These resins are usually grouped together as a class of polamides that are known for their stability and adaptability when it comes to mechanical engineering applications. In the United States the majority of resin produced is nylon 66, which is typically used in the production of extruded and molded parts.

Typical Applications:
Automotive parts, electrical and electronic applications, and packaging.


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