20% Long Glass Fiber Reinforced PA 66

Xiamen LFT Composite Plastic Co.,Ltd is a unique long fiber reinforced thermoplastics plastic manufacture.
Our material have following properties.
1.Improved impact
2.Safer impact mode
3.Reduced warpage
4.Improved creep resistance

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20% long glass fiber reinforced PA 66


1. Product Introduction of the 20% long glass fiber reinforced PA 66

20% long glass fiber reinforced PA 66 is a product formed by adding long glass fiber on the basis of PA66.PA 66(aka nylon 6-6, nylon 6/6 or nylon 6,6) is a type of polyamide or nylon. PA 66 is a polycondensation of hexylamine and adipic acid. Combine the same amount of hexamic acid with the water in the reactor. This is crystallized production of nylon salt, an ammonium/carboxylic acid mixture. 

   PA 66(Nylon 66)

2. Product Specification of the 20% long glass fiber reinforced PA 66

1.Model Number: 20% long glass fiber reinforced PA 66

2.Filler: long glass fiber

3.Color: custom colors

4.Process method: Injection molding

5.Packing:25kg/bag(also customizable)


3. Product Feature of the 20% long glass fiber reinforced PA 66

1. It can resist acid, alkali, most inorganic salt water solution, halogenated, hydrocarbon, ester, ketone and other corrosion, but easy to dissolve in the polar solvent such as phenol and formic acid

2. High strength and high hardness at high temperature even have excellent impact strength at low temperature, and have excellent fluidity

3. High impact strength, high GWIT, high CT

4. Production flow


5. Range of application

20% long glass fiber reinforced PA 66 has high toughness, excellent resistance to creep and low warping, so it can be applied to automobile, electronics, sports equipment, electric tools, high iron fittings and so on.

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6. Company information

Xiamen LFT composite plastic Co.,Ltd was set up in a beautiful city—Xiamen, fujian province, China. It is 120,000 square feet, including our office, technology development center, composite granule manufacturing and proprietary processing