Aardvark Polymers Announces New Roto Resins: FR Nylon
Aardvark Polymers, headquartered in Lambertville, N.J., has announced a few new additions to the company’s growing line of NextGen Roto Resins. The new products include a highly sophisticated FR nylon (UL94-V0 ratings) and the company’s first alloy thermoplastic products to be produced on a commercial scale. The following video gives a good idea of the history of polymers and Nylon:
Aarlon 4055FR: a top-of-the-line flame retardant (6/6 polyamide) that has a rating of UL94-V0 for flammability. The product holds no red phosphorous or heavy metals and is free of halogen. It has a very high deformation temperature and can be utilized in applications up to 446F (230C),
Aarlon 4055FR is a semi-crystalline, heat-stabilized, nucleated, nylon of type 6/6 that comes with a unique set of mechanical and thermal properties. The material may be applied in fuel and aggressive chemical environments and at high temperatures. The product is spin, ultrasonic, and vibration weldable and comes in a natural color and can be dry-colored or printed to suit. The material is developed for applications in automotive, aerospace, electronics, fuel systems, public transportation, and industrial markets.