What is the differences between Nylon 6 and Nylon 66?

Nylon is a very popular material and is specified in many projects and applications, however do you know which one is the right fit for your project? Our post tells you everything you need to know for Extruded Nylon 6 SA, Cast Nylon 6 PLA and Nylon 66 SA.

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Electrical and Maintenance Applications

There are many types of materials that are effective in electrical and maintenance applications. At Ai Engineering Plastics and laminates, we are able to offer the widest range of engineering plastics and laminates in the UK.

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At Ai Engineering Plastics and Laminates we have a wide range of extensive services that we can offer our customers so they receive their material in the exact shape and condition required.

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Throughout the plastic industry, PEEK is known as a high-performance polymer. It is used in a variety of applications including automotive, aerospace, food & technology, oil & gas and medical equipment.

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At Ai Engineering Plastics and Laminates, we have a variety of engineering plastics that can suit your projects. From different grades, sheet forms, and rods along with our processing services we can ensure that your material is exactly as your customer requires. Additionally, if you place an order with us online before 1:30pm then you qualify for next day delivery.

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Ertacetal: The Differences and similarities between Acetal C and Acetal H

Within the plastic family, Ertacetal (Acetal) is a common name given to a family of thermoplastics. Its chemical name is known to be: "PolyOxyMethylene", or POM. Ertacetal is usually available in two resins: Copolymer acetal (POM-C), and homopolymer acetal (POM-H); commonly called Delrin® and Acetal. At Ai Plastics, we offer both grades, in different sizes, cut to size.

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Nylatron: The Difference Between Nylon GS and Nylon GSM

Nylon can be used as a replacement for bronze, aluminum, steel and other metals, especially in bearing and wear applications. As a grade, nylon offers excellent wear resistance, high tensile strength as well as a high heat distortion temperature.

This blog will cover the various similarities and differences found between Nylon GS and Nylon GSM.

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