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Stanyl® TW200F6 Datasheet

Polyamide 46

30% Glass Fiber

Supplied by DSM Engineering Plastics

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Product Description
30% Glass Reinforced, Heat Stabilized

Special Features:
  • Heat stabilized or stable to heat
  • Platable

Used In:
  • Self propelled lawnmower transmission gears
  • Lawnmower Muffler Components
  • Lawnmower Trimmer Muffler
  • MTF/DMF Components
  • Torque Convertor Components
  • Automotive Bearing Cages
  • Hot Charged Air Ducts
  • Charge Air Cooler Caps
  • Endlaminates (electro motors)
  • Brushholders (electro motors)
  • Coil insulation
  • Automotive e-motor Bobbins
  • Fuse Holders
  • E-Boxes
  • Temperature Sensor
  • Speed Sensor
  • Positition Sensor
  • Start/Stop: Alternator and Starter parts
  • Suspension System Top Mounts
  • Brushholders (electrical components)
  • Bobbins
  • Automotive Connectors

Stanyl® is our high-performance polyamide 46 used for applications in automotive, E&E, gears and outdoor power equipments.
Stanyl is a high performance polyamide that provides unmatched performance and value for demanding applications in which superior heat resistance, design stiffness, wear & friction and process flow qualities are required.
Because Stanyl retains its mechanical properties at high temperatures up to 220°C, this makes it ideal for extremely high-performance applications, where it outperforms PPA, PA6T, PA9T, and often PPS and LCP.
General  
Material Status 
  • Commercial: Active
Availability 
  • Africa & Middle East
  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • North America
Filler / Reinforcement 
  • Glass Fiber, 30% Filler by Weight
Additive 
  • Heat Stabilizer
Features 
  • Heat Stabilized
  • Platable
 
Uses 
  • Automotive Applications
  • Bearings
  • Bobbins
  • Connectors
  • Electrical/Electronic Applications
  • Gears
  • Insulation
  • Laminates
Automotive Specifications 
Processing Method 
  • Injection Molding
Multi-Point Data 
  • Isochronous Stress vs. Strain (ISO 11403-1)
  • Isothermal Stress vs. Strain (ISO 11403-1)
  • Secant Modulus vs. Strain (ISO 11403-1)
  • Shear Modulus vs. Temperature (ISO 11403-1)
  • Viscosity vs. Shear Rate (ISO 11403-2)
Resin ID (ISO 1043)
  • PA46-GF30
Physical
Dry
Conditioned
Unit
Test Method
Density
--
g/cm³
ISO 1183
Molding Shrinkage
      ISO 294-4
Across Flow
--
%
 
Flow
--
%
 
Water Absorption
      ISO 62
Saturation, 73°F
--
%
 
Equilibrium, 73°F, 50% RH
--
%
 
Viscosity Number
--
cm³/g
ISO 307
Mechanical
Dry
Conditioned
Unit
Test Method
Tensile Modulus
      ISO 527-2
--
psi
 
248°F
--
psi
 
320°F
--
psi
 
356°F
--
psi
 
392°F
--
psi
 
Tensile Stress
      ISO 527-2
Break
psi
 
Break, 248°F
--
psi
 
Break, 320°F
--
psi
 
Break, 356°F
--
psi
 
Break, 392°F
--
psi
 
Tensile Strain
      ISO 527-2
Break
%
 
Break, 248°F
--
%
 
Break, 320°F
--
%
 
Break, 356°F
--
%
 
Break, 392°F
--
%
 
Flexural Modulus
      ISO 178
--
psi
 
248°F
--
psi
 
320°F
--
psi
 
Impact
Dry
Conditioned
Unit
Test Method
Charpy Notched Impact Strength
      ISO 179/1eA
-22°F
ft·lb/in²
 
73°F
ft·lb/in²
 
Charpy Unnotched Impact Strength
      ISO 179/1eU
-22°F
ft·lb/in²
 
73°F
ft·lb/in²
 
Notched Izod Impact Strength
      ISO 180/1A
-40°F
ft·lb/in²
 
73°F
ft·lb/in²
 
Thermal
Dry
Conditioned
Unit
Test Method
Heat Deflection Temperature
       
66 psi, Unannealed
--
°F
ISO 75-2/B
264 psi, Unannealed
--
°F
ISO 75-2/A
Glass Transition Temperature 2
--
°F
ISO 11357-2
Vicat Softening Temperature
--
°F
ISO 306/B50
Melting Temperature 2
--
°F
ISO 11357-3
CLTE
      ISO 11359-2
Flow
--
in/in/°F
 
Transverse
--
in/in/°F
 
RTI Elec (0,04 in)
--
°F
UL 746
Effective Thermal Diffusivity
--
m²/s
 
Thermal Index - 5000 hr
--
°F
IEC 60216
Electrical
Dry
Conditioned
Unit
Test Method
Volume Resistivity
ohms·cm
IEC 60093
Electric Strength
V/mil
IEC 60243-1
Relative Permittivity
      IEC 60250
100 Hz
 
 
1 MHz
 
 
Dissipation Factor
      IEC 60250
100 Hz
 
 
1 MHz
 
 
Comparative Tracking Index
--
V
IEC 60112
Flammability
Dry
Conditioned
Unit
Test Method
Flammability Classification
      IEC 60695-11-10, -20
0,030 in
--
 
 
0,06 in
--
 
 
Oxygen Index
--
%
ISO 4589-2
Fill Analysis
Dry
Conditioned
Unit
Test Method
Melt Density
--
g/cm³
 
Melt Thermal Conductivity
--
Btu·in/hr/ft²/°F
 
Specific Heat Capacity of Melt
--
Btu/lb/°F
 
Related Terminology
Dry
This supplier and product may also be known by these terms: PA46
Conditioned
This supplier and product may also be known by these terms: PA46
Generic Name
Dry
Generic Name may also be described by the following terms: PA46.
Conditioned
Generic Name may also be described by the following terms: PA46.
Features
Dry
Features may also be described by the following terms: Heat Stabilized, Heat-ageing Stabilized, Heat Ageing Stabilized, Heat-aging Stabilized, Heat Aging Stabilized.
Uses
Dry
Uses may also be described by the following terms: Automotive Applications, Automotive Sector, Electrical Applications, Electronic Applications, Electrical/Electronic Applications, Electrical Sector.
Automotive Specifications
Dry
This plastic material has approval for 3 automotive specifications from the following agencies (the number in parentheses shows the number of specifications for that agency): CHRYSLER (1), FORD (1), PSA Peugeot-Citroën (1).
Available Documents
Dry
Processing (English)
Technical Datasheet (English)
Injection
Dry
Unit
 
Drying Temperature
°F
 
Drying Time
hr
 
Rear Temperature
°F
 
Middle Temperature
°F
 
Front Temperature
°F
 
Nozzle Temperature
°F
 
Processing (Melt) Temp
°F
 
Mold Temperature
°F
 
Injection Rate
 
 
Back Pressure
psi
 
Screw Compression Ratio
 
 
Notes
1Typical properties: these are not to be construed as specifications.
210°C/min
 
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