PA6 30GF (polyamide 6) is a polyamide with 30% glass fibre content. The material is characterised by its higher strength, stiffness, creep resistance and dimensional stability compared to non-reinforced polyamide. This material is mainly used in mechanical engineering, agricultural machinery and automotive engineering.
PEEK (polyetheretherketone) is a high-temperature resistant thermoplastic. Its melting temperature is approx. 335°C. Among the high-performance plastics, PEEK is one of the most heat-resistant materials and is mainly used in general industry, materials handling, food, electronics or medical technology.
POM (polyoxymethylene) is a high molecular weight thermoplastic. Due to its high stiffness, low coefficients of friction and good dimensional stability, the material is used for precision components. The material is suitable for sliding applications (bearing bushes, sliding rails), food, medical, pharmaceutical and drinking water technology.
PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) is an opaque, semi-crystalline thermoplastic. The material has a high density, high strength and high chemical resistance with very low moisture absorption. At the same time, it has good resistance to UV radiation. The material is used in chemical, medical and food technology, as well as in the energy industry and mechanical engineering.