Green Nylon 6 LFX Sheets Oil Filled - Cast

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Nylon 6 Sheet - Cast Green Oil Filled


Nylon 6 Oil-Filled offers self-lubricating properties for higher loads and slow moving parts. This grade also offers a lower coefficient of friction compared to all other Nylon 6 grades available.
 

Key Characteristics

Better Lubrication than MoS2
Self Lubricating
High loaded and slow moving parts
Reduced coefficient of friction up to 50%
Better wear resistance
 

Applications

Chain Guides
Bearings
Wear Pads
Cams
Conveyer Parts
Gears
Can Mandrel


 

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Our Most Frequently Asked Questions

Does nylon have good wear resistance?
Nylon 6 and 66 are classed as high wear resistant plastics, as are:
•    Acetal
•    Delrin
•    Oilon
•    HDPE
•    Polypropylene
•    Polyurethane
•    PEEK
•    RG1000
•    Whale Tufnol
•    UHMWPE
•    PET
 
Does nylon offer high chemical resistance?
Nylon is not considered good for chemical resistance.  The following plastics are:
•    Acetal
•    HDPE
•    Polypropylene
•    PTFE
•    PEEK
•    PVC
•    RG1000
•    UHMWPE
 
Is nylon considered easy to machine?
Nylon is generally considered as easy to machine  as are:
•    Acetal
•    Delrin
•    Oilon
•    HDPE
•    PEEK
•    PVC
•    RG1000
•    Tufnol
•    UHMWPE
 
Is nylon easy or difficult to bond?
Nylon is considered easy bond. The following plastics are also considered easy to bond: 
•    Nylon 6
•    Nylon 6.6
•    PEEK
•    PVC
•    Polyurethane
•    Tufnol
•    Acrylic
•    Polycarbonate
•    ABS  

These plastics are considered difficult to bond:  
•    Acetal
•    Delrin
•    Oilon
•    HDPE
•    Polypropylene
•    PTFE
•    RG1000
•    UHMWPE
•    PVDF
 
What are the differences between Nylon 6 and Nylon 6.6?
Nylon 6.6 has a 6% higher operating temperature, is 13% harder, 10% more rigid and has a tensile strength that is 8% greater. Nylon 6 on the other hand has a greater size range but the main difference is it can be around 30% cheaper
 
What is the operating temperatures of nylon 6?
100 degrees centigrade long term; 160 degrees centigrade short term. Long term typically means between 5,000 and 20,000 hours operating at this temperature without losing more than 50% of its performance. Short term typically means upto 2 hours at any one time.
 
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