PA6.6/6 – Polyamide 6.6/6 PA66 + PA6 GF35
AKROMID® C3 GF 35 1 black (4668)
AKROMID® C3 GF 35 1 black (4668) is a 35% glass fibre reinforced, heat stabilised polyamide 6.6/6 blend with high rigidity and strength.
Components in mechanical engineering and in the automotive industry.
The listed values are recommendations. Higher values should be used for higher glass loadings. We recommend only de-humidifying or vacuum dryers. Extensive drying can cause filling problems and surface defects.
|Drying time||0 - 4 h|
|Processing moisture||0,02 - 0,1%|
|Feed section||60 - 80°C|
|Temperature zone 1 - Zone 4||260 - 300°C|
|Nozzle temperature||270 - 300°C|
|Melting temperature||270 - 300°C|
|Mold temperature||80 - 100°C|
|Holding pressure, spec.||300 - 800 bar|
|Back pressure, spec.||50 - 150 bar|
|Injection speed||medium to high|
|Screw speed||8 - 15 m/min|
- Mechanical Properties
Tensile modulus (1 mm/min | ISO 527-2) d.a.m. 11500 MPa conditioned 8000 MPa Stress at break (5 mm/min | ISO 527-2) d.a.m. 200 MPa conditioned 135 MPa Charpy impact strength (23°C | ISO 179-1/1eU) d.a.m. 95 kJ/m² conditioned 105 kJ/m² Charpy impact strength (-30°C | ISO 179-1/1eU) d.a.m. 70 kJ/m² Charpy notched impact strength (23°C | ISO 179-1/1eA) d.a.m. 15 kJ/m² conditioned 20 kJ/m² Charpy notched impact strength (-30°C | ISO 179-1/1eA) d.a.m. 10 kJ/m²
- Thermal Properties
Temperature of deflection under load HDT/A (1,8 MPa | ISO 75) 235 °C Temperature of deflection under load HDT/B (0,45 MPa | ISO 75) 255 °C Melting temperature (DSC, 10K/min | DIN EN 11357-1) 255 °C
- General properties
Density (23°C | ISO 1183) 1,4 g/cm³ Humidity absorption (70°C, 62% r.F. | ISO 1110) 1,8-2,0 % Molding shrinkage (flow | ISO 294-4) 0,3 % Molding shrinkage (transverse | ISO 294-4) 0,85 %
- Electrical Properties
Surface resistivity (acc. to IEC 60093) d.a.m. 1E+13 Ohm
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® and ICX® are registered trademarks of the Feddersen Group.
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