Engineering Plastic

Engineering plastics can be used permanently at temperatures between 100°C and 150°C. In general, this product group is also referred to as technical thermoplastics. Engineering plastics demonstrate good mechanical characteristics, high dimensional stability, good chemical resistance and resistance to wear.

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Nylon Tecamid (PA6)

PA 6 has higher moisture absorption, is less wear resistant and is slightly less dimensionally stable.

  • good mechanical strength
  • high impact strength.
  • Abrasive resistance
  • good damping characteristics
  • good sliding properties

Tecamid 6 MO Black

Tecamid 6 Natural

Nylon Tecamid 66 (PA66)

PA 66 has good rigidity, hardness, abrasion resistance and thermal dimensional stability. With respect to these particular aspects, PA66 offers certain advantages compared to PA 6. good mechanical strength

  • high impact strength
  • good damping characteristics
  • good resistance to wear

Tecamid 66 Natural

Nylon Tecast (PA6G)

  • Almost free of internal stress
  • High degree of crystallinity
  • Toughness at high levels of hardness
  • Good abrasion resistance
  • Good damping properties
  • Easily processed

Can be manufactured in wide-ranging casting weights and dimensions.

Nylon Tecast (PAS6G)

Nylon Tecast Black

Nylon Natural

Polyacetal, also called polyoxymethylene (POM) – TECAFORM

is a semi-crystalline thermoplastic with high mechanical strength and rigidity. The polymer has good sliding characteristics and resistance to wear, as well as low moisture absorption. The good dimensional stability and particularly good fatigue strength as well as excellent machining ability make POM a highly versatile engineering material, even for complex components. high strength, rigidity and hardness

  • good impact strength, even at low temperatures
  • low moisture absorption (at saturation 0.8%
  • good creep resistance
  • high dimensional stability
  • resistant to hydrolysis (up to ~60 °C)
  • good dimensional accuracy
  • wear resistant
  • very good resilience/recovery elasticity

Tecaform Black

Tecaform Natural

Tecapet (PET)

Due to its good creep strength, low moisture absorption and outstanding dimensional stability, PET is extremely well-suited for applications where complex parts and the highest requirements regarding dimensional accuracy and surface quality are needed. high strength

  • high rigidity and hardness
  • very low moisture absorption
  • very low creep resistance
  • very high dimensional stability
  • low sliding friction and sliding wear
  • resistant to hydrolysis (up to +70 °C)
  • not suitable for contact with media containing >50% alcohol
  • good adhesion and welding ability

Tecapet LF Grey

Tecapeek (PEEK)

  • high permanent operating temperature (260°C)
  • high mechanical strength
  • high rigidity
  • high creep stability, even at high temperatures
  • good sliding properties
  • high abrasion resistance
  • high dimensional stability
  • excellent chemical resistance
  • resistant to hydrolysis
  • good electrical insulation
  • resistant to radiation

Tecapeek Natural

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