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Elmet Technologies
Azoty Tarnow™ Tarnamid® T-27 GF50 Polyamide 6 - Glass Fiber Reinforced
Categories: Polymer; Thermoplastic; Nylon (Polyamide PA); Nylon 6 (PA6); Nylon 6, 50% Glass Fiber Filled

Material Notes: 50% Glass fiber reinforced, medium viscosity injection molding grade, also used for compounding, for production of monofilament, bristles and fibers.

Tarnamid® has the following main properties:

  • High mechanical strength, rigidity and hardness
  • High impact strength
  • High vibration damping capacity
  • Good fatigue strength
  • Very good sliding properties, abrasion resistance, low coefficient of friction
  • High thermal resistance, admissible temperature of continuous operation from -60°C to +150°C
  • High chemical resistance, particularly to organic solvents, oils, lubricants and fuels
  • Considerable moisture absorption influencing mechanical and electrical properties
  • Self-extinguishing properties (fire retardant properties)
  • Good electro-insulating properties
  • Good optical properties, relatively good transparency of molded pieces with thickness below 3.2 mm made from natural Tarnamid® (not dyed and not compounded)
  • Can be used for the production of goods coming into contact with food (grades fulfilling requirement of European Union Directive No 2002/72/EEC) with latest amendments

Information provided by Azoty Tarnow™.

Vendors:
Available Properties
  • Specific Gravity, ISO 1183
  • Water Absorption, ISO 62
  • Linear Mold Shrinkage, Flow, ISO 294-4
  • Linear Mold Shrinkage, Transverse, ISO 294-4
  • Melt Flow, ISO 1133
  • Ball Indentation Hardness, ISO 2039-1, dry
  • Tensile Strength, ISO 527, cond.
  • Tensile Strength, ISO 527, dry
  • Elongation at Break, ISO 527, dry
  • Elongation at Break, ISO 527, cond.
  • Tensile Modulus, ISO 527, cond.
  • Tensile Modulus, ISO 527, dry
  • Flexural Strength, ISO 178, cond., 3.5% flexure
  • Flexural Strength, ISO 178, dry, 3.5% flexure
  • Flexural Modulus, ISO 178, cond.
  • Flexural Modulus, ISO 178, dry
  • Charpy Impact Unnotched, ISO 179 1eU
  • Charpy Impact, Notched, ISO 179 1eA, dry
  • Charpy Impact, Notched, ISO 179 1eA, cond.
  • Volume Resistivity, IEC 93
  • Surface Resistance, IEC 93
  • Dielectric Strength, IEC 243-1
  • Comparative Tracking Index, IEC 112
  • Melting Point
  • Deflection Temperature at 1.8 MPa (264 psi), ISO 75
  • Vicat Softening Point, ISO 306
  • Minimum Service Temperature, Air
  • Flammability, UL94
  • Glow Wire Flammability Index, PN-EN-60695-2-12
  • Melt Temperature
  • Mold Temperature, 80 - 90°C is recommended
  • Drying Temperature
  • Moisture Content
  • Injection Pressure, 80 MPa is recommended
  
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Azoty Tarnow™ (Zaklady Azotowe)

Category Notes
Plastic
PA, Polyamide

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