Using Polyamide 66 as the basic resin, the tensile strength of ylon 66 is obtained by blending and modifying with the addition of a toughening agent. The flexural strength, abrasion resistance and creep resistance of Nylon 66 are very outstanding.
Tensile Strength of Nylon 66 is 12400 psi. Nylon has a wide range of applications, from clothing and ropes to the reinforcement of rubber materials (such as automobile tires) and the replacement of low-strength metals.
20% elastomer toughened ylon 66 is used for injection molding. With Nylon 66 tensile and yield strength, this type of Nylon 66 material can be used to prepare parts such as gears, bushings, sliders and pistons, with good wear resistance.
Physical Property of Nylon 66 Tensile Strength
(15.0% 1 ISO3451/1)
(1104Kg/m3 1 ISO1183)
Shrinkage Parallel Flow
(1.3-1.6 % 1 ISO294-4)
Shrinkage Vertical Flow
(1.3-1.6% I ISO294-4)
Mechanical Properties of Nylon 66 Tensile Strength
Tensile strength (60.0MPa 1 ISO527)
Tensile Strain at Break (39.0% I ISO527)
Notched Impact Strength (28.6 KJ/m2 IISO179)
Flexural Strength (80MPa 1ISO178)
Flexural Modulus (1960MPa I ISO178)
Thermal Property of Nylon 66 Tensile Strength
(220°C I ISO11357)
Hot Deformation Temperature
(160*C I ISO75)
Injection Molding Conditions of Nylon 66 Tensile Strength
* Molding conditions are just for reference, please make an adjustment based on the actual situation！