DSM Engineering Materials Plastic Distributor


As a global supplier of high-performance plastics, DSM has built global leadership position in a wide variety of industries by designing and developing better, smarter, stronger, safer, smaller, lighter, longer-lasting or more sustainable solutions. 

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Akulon® Nylon 6 & 66 has grades suited to all processing techniques, including extrusion, injection and blow molding. For molded parts, they offer an excellent balance of easy design and processing with outstanding mechanical properties over a wide temperature range and in diverse operating environments.  

Arnite® A Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) and Arnite* T Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT) are well suited for a broad range of automotive, electrical and electronic (E&E) and consumer goods applications. A wide portfolio of Arnite* are available, including unreinforced, reinforced and flame retardant (FR) grades.  

Arnitel® is a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) with high temperature resistance, good processability and excellent elastic behavior. Arnitel belongs to the TPE subcategory of thermoplastic copolyesters (TPC).

EcoPaXX® Bio-based Polyamides PA410 has high mechanical properties of typical short chain polyamides, but combines these with lower moisture update and higher chemical resistance more typical of long chain polyamides.  

ForTii® Polyamides (PPAs) are high-performance semi-aromatic PPAs based on the unique “C4” diamine technology, and offer excellent dimensional stability, compatibility with lead-free reflow soldering, and the highest stiffness and mechanical strength at extreme temperatures. 

Stanyl® Nylon 46 are the first high-temperature polyamides and the only aliphatic polyamides in its class. The symmetry of its structure ensures that the polymers fit in the crystal in multiple ways, giving rise to high crystallization speeds and high crystallinity.

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Xytron Polyphenylene Sulfides (PPSs) offer extreme chemical resistance, dimensional stability, intrinsically flame retardancy, high stiffness up to glass transition point (90 °C), continuous use temperature (CUT) of 240-260 °C, and a melting point of 280 °C.  

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