Key properties of Stanyl
Stanyl® is a high performance polyamide with a wide versatility that comes from its unique set of properties.
The core of these unique set of properties are:
- Highest mechanical property retension
- Excellent resistance to wear and friction
- Outstanding flow for easy processing and exceptional design freedom
Stanyl grades are based on polyamide 46, a highly crystalline material with a high melting temperature. Although there are similarities between the molecular structure of Stanyl and that of PA66, Stanyl delivers a higher melting temperature of 295°C, a higher crystallinity, and faster crystallization.
Key material properties
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The excellent properties of Stanyl lead to cost reductions, extended lifetime, and high reliability. Stanyl provides the performance of high heat resins such as LCP, PPS, and even PEEK with the ease of processability and design usually found with standard engineering plastics. Stanyl is offered in a wide variety of grades including unfilled (non-reinforced) as well as grades containing glass fiber, mineral, lubricants, and/or flame retardants.