Technical Data Sheet
1421 Hwy 136 West
Henderson, Kentucky 42420
NYLENE CANADA ULC.
200 McNab Street
Arnprior, Ontario K7S 3P2
ISO/IEC 17025 & ISO 9001:2015 Accredited Facilities
Product is manufactured in Henderson, KY
Web: www.nylene.com | Email: email@example.com
TDS Ref ID: 1495
This information was updated on October 3, 2023
|Relative Viscosity||D789 Formic Acid||n/a||140|
|Tensile @ Yield||D638||psi (MPa)||6700||46|
|Flexural Modulus||D790||psi (MPa)||240000||1655|
|Elongation @ Break||D638||%||270|
|Notched Izod @ 23°C||D256||ft-lb/in (J/m)||1.6||86|
|Melt Point||D3418||°F (°C)||374||190|
|Notes:||Testing conducted on dry-as-molded specimens at 73°F (22.8°C}|
|Melt Temp.||480-500 (249-260)|
Residence Time: Screw should not be left idle for more than 3-4 minutes with melt in the barrel. Excess residence will be visible as black carbon specs in the melt.
Regrind Level: Typically, up to 25% is recommended but higher levels are possible with little or no effect on flow and finish.
Drying Temperature: Although Nylene resins are packaged and delivered in a low moisture state, it is good material handling practice to use a hopper dryer to maintain dryness. Should pre-drying be necessary, use settings of 65 °C (150°F) air at dew point of -40 at a rate of 1 cu. ft. / hour per pound of resin and a residence time of 2-4 hours.
Cooling and Sizing: While both air and water can be used as the cooling medium, air is preferred. The use of air allows additional time for sizing and reduces residual stress. This aids in reducing warpage, especially in profiles with varying wall sections. If water is used, heat the first section to above 38 °C 100°F) to reduce quenching and residual stress.
Die Design: Draw down of 30% is typical for all dimensions except wall thickness.
Approvals & Recognition:
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