RheLon (NYLON) PA 6 and PA 66 resins offer a wide range of performance from impact modified grades for excellent toughness to 50% glass-reinforced grades for high mechanical strength and thermal stability. RheLon* grades are available with up to 90% recycle content.
Rhelon Nylon 6 & 66 are preferred for their exceptional strength, durability, and resistance to chemicals and temperature extremes, making them versatile materials in industries such as automotive, industrial, and electrical. These nylons also offer excellent electrical insulation properties and low friction characteristics, beneficial for applications like electrical components and bearings. Their ease of processing further enhances their appeal to manufacturers looking to create robust and efficient parts and components.
Rhetech Rhelon Nylon 6 & 66 offer a comprehensive range of characteristics and properties, making them highly desirable for applications that demand durability, chemical resistance, low friction, and versatile processing capabilities. Whether you're in the automotive, construction, or outdoor product sector, Rhetech Rhelon Nylon 6 & 66 provides the reliability and performance needed for your projects. Characteristics and properties found across the product line include:
These nylons are well-suited for the consumer goods market, particularly in the production of items like durable outdoor furniture, sports equipment, and recreational gear. Their combination of strength, chemical resistance, and low friction properties ensures the longevity of consumer products subjected to demanding outdoor conditions. Common applications include:
Rhelon Nylon 6 & 66 are ideal for the mobility market due to their exceptional mechanical strength, temperature resistance, and durability. These properties make them well-suited for components like engine parts, interior trim, and under-the-hood applications, where reliability and longevity are paramount. Typical applications include:
Rhelon Nylon 6 & 66's ease of processing, chemical resistance, and low friction characteristics make them valuable materials in industrial settings. They are employed in various applications, including bearings, gears, conveyor belts, and other machinery components, where strength and friction control are vital for efficient operation. Typical applications include:
These nylons find extensive use in the electrical and electronics sector owing to their outstanding electrical insulation properties. They ensure the safety and reliability of electrical components, such as connectors, cable sheathing, and insulators, which require effective electrical insulation. Typical applications include: