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Aegis® H135MP

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Polymer Name: Polyamide 6 (PA 6)
Processing Methods: Extrusion, Thermoforming, Film Extrusion, Blow Molding, Blown Film Extrusion
Additives Included: Lubricant (Unspecified), Nucleating Agent
Flexural Modulus: 2690.0 MPa
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Aegis® Nylon 6 Packaging Grade Resins Brochure
Aegis® Nylon 6 Packaging Grade Resins Brochure
AdvanSix Nylon Resins & Films for Packaging
AdvanSix Nylon Resins & Films for Packaging
Technical Data Sheet
Aegis® H135MP Technical Data Sheet
Aegis® H135MP Technical Data Sheet
Technical Data Sheet
AdvanSix Resins & Films for Packaging
AdvanSix Resins & Films for Packaging

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Identification & Functionality

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Aegis® H135MP Features & Benefits

Product Highlights

Widely used to manufacture vacuum bags, casings and pouches for packaging, Aegis® resins deliver outstanding performance that is valued by film producers and their customers. The strength and barrier qualities of Aegis® resins help maintain everything from the aroma of fine ground coffees to the freshness of high-value steaks, and the integrity of life-saving medical devices. These resins offer outstanding performance that provides improved protection and extended shelf life for food and other products in consumer and industrial markets. They also help maintain the aroma and taste of foods. Good flexibility and performance over a wide range of temperatures makes them a material of choice for many applications.


Aegis® resins are specifically engineered for packaging applications, and are available in low, medium and high viscosity grades with a variety of additive options. Excellent processability during extrusion and consistent quality ensures optimal process performance and end product quality. They are suitable for fabricating film through nonoriented and biaxially-oriented (BOPA) cast film extrusion, as well as multilayer blown film extrusion. These films can be coextruded or laminated with other materials or films, such as polyethylene or ethylene vinyl alcohol (EVOH), to achieve the required optimal packaging properties.

Key Nylon Film Benefits

Tear and puncture resistance Superior aroma and gas barrier
Flex crack and retort resistance Superior thermoformability
Oil, fat and grease resistance Superior flexibility and toughness
Excellent transparency Heat resistance for hot filling

Applications & Uses

Processing Guidelines

Material Handling

Aegis® H135MP homopolymer is supplied in sealed containers and drying prior to processing is not required. However, high moisture is the primary cause of processing problems. If drying becomes necessary, a dehumidifying or desiccant dryer operating at 80°C (176°F) is recommended. Drying time is dependent on moisture level.


From flexible packaging for food and consumer products to vacuum bagging for industrial goods, Aegis® packaging grade resins are widely used in a variety of applications, including:

  • Processed meats and cheeses
  • Coffee, nuts and spices
  • Snacks and frozen foods
  • Pet foods
  • Detergent bags
  • Composite fabrications
  • Medical devices
  • Novelty balloons


Physical Form
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Density1.13g/cm3ASTM D-792
Extractable Contentmax. 0.8%SOP-702-307
Melt Flow Rate (at 235°C/1.0 kg (455°F/1.0 kg))1.2g/10minASTM D-1238
Melting Point220 (428)°C (°F)ASTM D-3418
Moisture (24 Hour)1.6%ASTM D-570
Moisture (50% RH)2.7%ASTM D-570
Moisture (Saturation)9.5%ASTM D-570
Moisture Contentmax. 0.08%ASTM D-6869
RV (at 96% Sulfuric Acid)3.75--
Viscosity (FAV)135-ASTM D-789
Film Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Carbon Dioxide Permeability72.8cc/m²/day-
Elmendorf Tear Strength - MD (at 23°C (73°F))840NASTM D-1922
Elmendorf Tear Strength - TD (at 23°C (73°F))1140NASTM D-1922
Elongation - MD (at 23°C (73°F))350%ASTM D-882
Elongation - TD (at 23°C (73°F))360%ASTM D-882
Graves Tear - MD (at 23°C (73°F))2540NASTM D-1004
Graves Tear - TD (at 23°C (73°F))2230NASTM D-1004
Nitrogen Permeability14cc/m²/day-
Oxygen Permeability (at 23°C (73°F)/0% RH)40.3cc/m²/dayD-3958
Puncture Index - MD (at 23°C (73°F))480gm/milASTM D-5478
Puncture Strength - MD (at 23°C (73°F))940gramsASTM D-5478
Tensile Modulus - MD (at 23°C (73°F))640MPaASTM D-882
Tensile Modulus - TD (at 23°C (73°F))610MPaASTM D-882
Tensile Strength - MD (at 23°C (73°F))100MPaASTM D-882
Tensile Strength - TD (at 23°C (73°F))100MPaASTM D-882
Tensile Yield - MD (at 23°C (73°F))30MPaASTM D-882
Tensile Yield - TD (at 23°C (73°F))30MPaASTM D-882
Water Vapor Permeability (at 38°C (100°F)/100% RH)992gm-mil/m²/dayF-1249
Molded Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Flexural Modulus - MD (at 23°C (73°F))2690MPaASTM D-790
Flexural Strength - MD (at 23°C (73°F))100MPaASTM D-790
Heat Deflection Temperature - MD (at 23°C (73°F))57 (135)°C (°F)ASTM D-648
Notched Izod - MD (at 23°C (73°F))60J/mASTM D-256
Tensile Modulus - MD (at 23°C (73°F))3130MPaASTM D-882
Tensile Strength - MD (at 23°C (73°F))80MPaASTM D-882
Yield Elongation - MD (at 23°C (73°F))3.7%ASTM D-882

Regulatory & Compliance

Regulatory Compliance

AdvanSix has more than 50 years of experience in the development and production of packaging resin that is safe and reliable for consumers and businesses. Aegis® packaging resins are manufactured to meet the stringent standards required of materials involved in the processing, handling and packaging of food. They meet all applicable U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and European Union (EU) food grade regulations, as outlined in FDA 21 CFR 177.1500 and Regulation (EU) No. 10/2011.

Technical Details & Test Data

Extrusion Guidelines

Melt Viscosity vs. Temperature

Melt Temperature: 220°C (428°F)
Melt Temperature Range: 232°C (450°F) to 271°C (520°F).
Two key factors affect the melt viscosity (stiffness or fluidity of the melt):

  • The molecular weight (Mw) of the resin: Higher Mw resins will have a higher melt viscosity than lower Mw resins.
  • Temperature of the melt for any given Mw resin: Higher process temperatures will provide a more fluid melt viscosity than lower process temperatures.

Typical Barrel Profile for Cast Films

Barrel: 230-260°C (446-500°F)
Adapter: 260-266°C (500-510°F)
Die: 260°C (500°F)
Process Melt Temperature: 260-270°C (500-518°F)

Typical Barrel Profile for Tubular (Blown) Films

Barrel: 246-254°C (474-490°F)
Adapter: 260°C (500°F)
Die: 254°C (490°F)
Process Melt Temperature: 254-260°C (490-500°F)

Screw Parameters

Metering Section: 40%
Transition Section: 3 to 4 flights
Feed Section: Balance of screw length
Compression Ratio: 3.5:1 to 4.0:1
L/D Ratio: 24:1

Metering Section Flight Depth

Screw Diameter Recommended Depth
1" 0.055"
1.5" 0.060"
2" 0.070"
2.5" 0.080"
3.5" 0.100"
4.5" 0.115"
6" 0.135"
Aegis® H135MP