14th February 2003, 17:54
Nyrim ® Impact & Wear Resistant Material
DSM RIM Nylon is raw material supplier for Nyrim ®. We are part of DSM in The Netherlands.
I would like to inform you about the unique properties of Nyrim ®. Details on some potential applications in bulk materials handling can be sent separately.
Nyrim ® is a rubber toughened, recyclable, Nylon thermoplastic for industrial Reaction Injection Molding (RIM), Injection Molding and Rotomolding applications. Nyrim ® usually contains 10-40% built-in elastomer, depending on the specific performance needs.
The stiffness/toughness combination of Nylon-6 and elastomer gives excellent:
• Impact resistance
• Wear resistance
• Repetitive load (fatigue) endurance
RIM processing is the preferred method to manufacture large, complex (3-D) or thick parts and allows for a large design flexibility. Nyrim ® can be used to make more complex 3-D parts than is possible with conventional impact and wear resistant materials. The unique possibilities of Nyrim ® are illustrated at www.rimnylon.com.
Some important questions are:
• Which players would be interested in this type of materials
• Which ones are known to be innovative
• How can we reach them
• How can The Powder/Bulk Portal be supportive to that.
We thank you for your cooperation.
Product Manager RIM Nylon
Application Development RIM Nylon
DSM RIM Nylon
Poststraat 1, Sittard
P.O. Box 43,
NL-6310 AA Sittard,
Phone +31 (46) 4770035,
Telefax +31 (46) 4770033
4th October 2003, 2:43
We provide wear resistance solution against severe abrasion and impact by fixing laminated wear plate to ASTM specification A 532 type 2 with Chromium 14 to 18%and Molybdenum 2.5 to 3.5 %, metallurgical bonded having hardness 700 Brinell to a mild steel backing plate. The bond joint is strong metallurgical bond with > 33,000 psi . Further details can be discussed on receipt of your confirmation by E-mail.
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