Polyamides (PA)

Polyamides (PA) are linear polymers with regularly repeating amide bonds along the main chain. The term polyamides are commonly used as a term for synthetic, technically usable thermoplastics. Almost all important polyamides are derived from primary amines. Polyamides are partially crystalline thermoplastic polymers. Polyamides are often used as construction materials because of their excellent strength and toughness.

Nylon 66 Compounds

Nylon 66 Compounds (PA 66) has a high melting point and a high abrasion resistance. Therefore, PA 66 is preferred in the manufacture of machine parts. Due to its extreme heat resistance and strength, polyamide 66 is the most commonly used thermoplastic material. PA 66 has good elasticity and high mechanical strength. It is used for the production of carpet fibers, electrical insulation elements, bearings, gears and conveyor belts.


Product Description:

  • Nylon66 Natural and Black Compounds
  • Nylon 66 Glass Filled Compounds
  • Nylon 66 Pre Colour Compounds
  • Nylon 66 Flame Retardant Compounds


  • High strength
  • High toughness
  • Resistant to organic solvents
  • Good processability

Applications of Nylon 66 Granules:

Automotive Parts:

  • Car Radiator
  • Mirror Housing,
  • Fuel Filter,
  • Assembly etc.

Electrical Appliance:

  • Connector,
  • Bobbing,
  • Clip,
  • Fix Ring,
  • Fastener,
  • Tool Housing,
  • Cable Glands,
  • Combination switch etc.

Industrial Applications:

  • Chair Case,
  • Finishing Reel,
  • Cable Tie,
  • Window Frame Roller,
  • Textile Machine Parts,
  • Chair Wheels etc