AKROMID®

A3 GK 30 6 natural (6774)

PA66 GK30

AKROMID® A3 GK 30 6 natural (6774) is a 30% glass beads filled and inorganic high temperature stabilised PA6.6. It is characterized by a high surface quality and low tendency to warp, which makes it suitable for use in technically demanding components in mechanical engineering and in the automotive industry.

Features

recycled content
heat stabilised 160
low warpage

Properties

Modulus

4.600MPa

Strength

90MPa

Impact

25kJ/m²

Sustainability


Recycled content

30 %

Mechanical Properties


Tensile modulus

ISO 527-2

1 mm/min | d.a.m.
1 mm/min | conditioned
4600 MPa
2000 MPa

Tensile stress at break

ISO 527-2

5 mm/min | d.a.m.
5 mm/min | conditioned
90 MPa
52 MPa

Tensile strain at break

ISO 527-2

5 mm/min | d.a.m.
5 mm/min | conditioned
≥ 4 %
25 %

Flexural modulus

ISO 178

2 mm/min | d.a.m.
2 mm/min | conditioned
4400 MPa
2000 MPa

Flexural strength

ISO 178

2 mm/min | d.a.m.
2 mm/min | conditioned
135 MPa
70 MPa

Flexural strain at break

ISO 178

2 mm/min | d.a.m.
2 mm/min | conditioned
8 %
14 %

Charpy impact strength

ISO 179-1/1eU

23°C | d.a.m.
23°C | conditioned
25 kJ/m²
170 kJ/m²

Charpy notched impact strength

ISO 179-1/1eA

23°C | d.a.m.
23°C | conditioned
4,5 kJ/m²
5 kJ/m²

Thermal Properties


Melting temperature

ISO 11357-3

DSC, 10K/min
262 °C

General properties


Density

ISO 1183

23°C
1,36 g/cm³

Humidity absorption

ISO 1110

70°C, 62% r.H.
1,9 - 2,1 %

Molding shrinkage

ISO 294-4

flow
transverse
1,1 %
1,3 %

Disclaimer

All specifications and information given on this website are based on our current knowledge and experience. A legally binding promise of certain characteristics or suitability for a concrete individual case cannot be derived from this information. The information supplied here is not intended to release processors and users from the responsibility of carrying out their own tests and inspections in each concrete individual case. AKRO®, AKROMID®, AKROLEN®, AKROLOY®, AKROTEK®, ICX® and PRECITE® are registered trademarks of the Feddersen Group.