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Aegis® H100ZP

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Polymer Name: Polyamide 6 (PA 6)
Processing Methods: Extrusion, Film Extrusion, Thermoforming, Cast Film Extrusion, Pipe, Profile & Tubing Extrusion, Blown Film Extrusion
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Aegis® H100ZP Technical Data Sheet
Aegis® H100ZP Technical Data Sheet
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Identification & Functionality

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Aegis® H100ZP Features & Benefits

Applications & Uses

Processing Guidelines

Material Handling

Aegis® H100ZP 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.

Properties

Physical Form
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
96% SAV3.37--
Carbon Dioxide Permeability (at 23°C (73°F)/0% RH)72.8 (4.697)cc/m2 /day (cc/100 in2 /day)-
Density1.13g/cm3ASTM D-1505
Equilibrium Moisture (at 50% RH)2.7%-
Extractable Contentmax. 0.8%-
Melt Flow Rate (at 235°C/1.0 kg (455°F/1.0 kg))2.6g/10 minASTM D-1238
Melting Point220 (428)°C (°F)ASTM D-3418
Moisture Contentmax. 0.08%-
Nitrogen Permeability (at 23°C (73°F)/0% RH)14.0 (0.903)cc/m2 /day (cc/100 in2 /day)-
Oxygen Permeability (at 23°C (73°F)/0% RH)40.3 (2.600)cc/m2 /day (cc/100 in2 /day)-
Saturation Moisture Content9.5%-
Viscosity (FAV)100-ASTM D-789
Water Absorption (in 24 hrs)1.6%-

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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"