Nylene CX3395

Nylene CX3395 is a high RV nylon 6,69 copolymer suitable for both blown and cast film co-extrusion. CX3395 has a lower melt point and is less crystalline than standard nylon 6 resins. In addition to it’s excellent film application properties, CX3395 exhibits superior deep-drawing characteristics.

Nylene 615

Nylon-6 extrusion grade suitable for coating and film co-extrusion applications Meets the requirements of FDA regulation for direct food contact Nylene 615 does not absorb food odors

Nylene 607

Very high viscosity extrusion resin having an ASTM relative viscosity of 800. Particularly recommended for the extrusion of thick slab, large rod stock, and large complex profiles. Optimum processing conditions should permit for a melt temperature of 550 – 575°F (289 – 301°C) at the die. Properties promote dimensional control for extrusion of pipe, tubing, film, and sheet.

Nylene 609

Nylon 6, high viscosity, extrusion grade recommended for practically all types of extrusion including profile, film, and extrusion coating Can also be used for blow molding applications Optimum processing conditions should permit for a melt temperature of 550 – 575°F (289 – 301°C) at the die. Especially recommended for flexible packaging where as a film or coating it is used for the outside layer in multi-ply film constructions

Nylene 826

Nylon 6 based copolymer suitable for both blown and cast film coextrusion Lower melting point and is less crystalline than nylon 6 Excellent toughness, chemical resistance, transparency, and low oxygen permeability Films made using Nylene 826 exhibit superior deep draw characteristics Because Nylene 826 is polymerized using a continuous process, it has good lot-to-lot consistency.

Nylene 608

Especially recommended for flexible packaging where as a film or coating it is used for the outside layer in multi-ply film constructions Nylon 6, high viscosity, extrusion grade recommended for practically all types of extrusion including profile, film, and extrusion coating Optimum processing conditions should permit for a melt temperature of 550 – 575°F (289 – 301°C) at the die.

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