Our models in PolyamideSynthetic Materials
A synthetic fiber
There are a large number of polyamides that differ from each other in certain physical properties.
We mainly use polyamide 6 and polyamide 6.6 which differ mainly in their behavior at high temperature (PA 6.6 holds up better to high temperatures than PA 6). Polyamide is the first synthetic material developed in the USA. Marketed by the company DuPont de Nemours, it takes the name of Nylon which has become a generic term. This material comes in the form of flat filament yarns, textured yarns or staple fibers. Trademarks: Nylon, Brilon, Bri-Nylon, Oranyl, Cordura, Tactel…
Due to its high resistance to traction and abrasion, its great ease of maintenance and its ability to be textured, this fiber is found in clothing (lingerie, shirts, swimsuits, anoraks, etc.) , furnishings (seat covers, carpets, bedspreads, etc.), technical textiles (ropes, harnesses, parachute sails, tire reinforcements, nets, etc.)
We are alsomanufacturers!
On request or from the catalogue, we are able to associate all our textile articles with an infinite choice of terminations: plastic buckles, metal parts, hooks, tilting ends, thimbles, carabiners... Our technical team is at your disposal for all your developments. .
Technical characteristics of our polyamides
250°C for PA 6.6 and 220°C for PA 6
Very good elastic recovery
(elongation 15 to 35%) and tensile strength 40 to 75 cN/tex depending on the type of yarn)
Poor resistance to chemical agents
Sensitive to UV, light tends to yellow the fiber
Very easy to wash and quick drying