Our range of Nylon (Polyamide) components are perfect for general fastening applications. Low cost and light weight, these have a wide range of applications in many industries.
Within our Nylon range, we have different grades available, including PA6, PA66, PA46 and PA12, these are identified within the product description.
All our Nylon components are compatible with standard metric sizes and available in a variety of dimensions to suit your application.
High performance nylon (polyamide) components are a widely used material due to their excellent mechanical properties, durability, and cost-effectiveness. Nylon is a thermoplastic material that can be easily molded into various shapes and sizes, making it suitable for a wide range of applications.
Nylon's high tensile strength and ability to withstand high stress and strain without breaking or deforming make it ideal for components that require high load-bearing capacity, such as gears, bearings, and pulleys. Nylon components also have high resistance to wear and abrasion, which makes them suitable for components that are subjected to friction and impact, such as bushings, rollers, and conveyor belts.
Chemical resistance is another benefit of high-performance nylon components. They can withstand exposure to a range of chemicals, including acids, bases, and solvents, which makes them suitable for use in harsh environments such as chemical processing plants and wastewater treatment facilities. Nylon components are also versatile and can be molded into complex geometries and thin-walled structures, making it possible to design and manufacture components that meet specific performance requirements while minimizing material waste and production costs.
In summary, high-performance nylon components offer a range of benefits, including high strength-to-weight ratio, wear resistance, chemical resistance, and versatility. Nylon is an ideal material for a wide range of applications in industries such as automotive, aerospace, industrial, and consumer goods, where durability and reliability are critical.