Nylene’s Certified Excellence in Quality Management & Environmental Responsibility
Nylene approaches quality in every aspect of its supply chain by focusing on our customer’s process technology, application design, testing, and (in some cases) waste recycling needs.
Nylene maintains a highly qualified staff with deep knowledge of nylon manufacturing and plastics industry expertise.
Quality Systems & Certifications
We take great pride in our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction, and our ISO 9001 certification is a testament to that commitment. This certification is a globally recognized standard for quality management systems, and demonstrates our ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.
Nylene has a variety of certifications from leading organizations that demonstrate our commitment to quality and the environment. We are ready to meet the requirements of the automotive, power distribution, food packaging, sustainable carpeting, and other industries with high standards.
Here is an overview of the certifications held by our facilities:
- Nylene has obtained quality certifications such as ISO 9001:2015 and ISO TS 16949.
- We manufacture products meeting UL, CSA, NSF, FDA, and automotive manufacturer specifications.
- We have A2LA accredited labs.
- SCS Certified Recycling programs for products with recycled content
- Automotive Approvals
- Automotive Colors
- Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
- FDA & Food Packaging
- National Sanitation Foundation
- Kosher (OU)
|ASTM D256||Determination of Pendulum Impact Resistance of Notched Specimens of Plastics (Notched Izod)|
|ASTM D638; ISO 527||Tensile Properties of Plastics|
|ASTM D789||Determination of Relative Viscosity of Polyamides (PA)|
|ASTM D790; ISO 178||Flexural Properties of Plastics|
|ASTM D792 (Method A)||Density and Specific Gravity of Plastics|
|ASTM D3418||Transitional Temperatures of Plastics by Differential Scanning Calorimetry|
|ASTM D6869||Determination of Moisture in Plastics Using the Karl Fischer Reaction|
|ISO 1183-1 (Method A)||Method for Determining Density of Non-cellular Plastics|
|ISO 11357-1, -3||Transitional Temperatures of Plastics by Differential Scanning Calorimetry|
|ISO 15512 (Method B)||Determination of Water Content|
|ISO 75||Temperature of Deflection Under Load|