Heat performance polyamides for turbos

  • 13-Jul-2012 04:34 EDT
Blow Molded Turbo Air Duct in Technyl B2.JPG


To meet an increasing demand for turbo technology solutions, Rhodia Engineering Plastics’ Technyl heat performance range of polyamide 6.6 grades for the automotive industry is specifically engineered for both injection- and blow-molded parts for turbocharged engines. Technyl B2 is the new generation for 2-D and 3-D blow molding that allows complex tubular parts capable of resisting temperatures of up to 210°C (410°F). This complements Rhodia’s Technyl offering for turbo systems, which includes the Technyl heat performance range of products for injection-molded applications providing continuous temperature resistance of 200°C (392°F). Along with its high temperature resistance, the new generation of Technyl grades for turbo applications offers processability and cost competitiveness.


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