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D. Sykutera, P. Szewczykowski, M. Roch, Ł. Wajer, M. Grabowski, M. Bieliński

Effect of nitrogen content on physical properties of glass fiber reinforced polyamide 6
prepared by microcellular injection molding

Polimery 2018, No 11-12, 743


DOI: dx.doi.org/10.14314/polimery.2018.11.1

Summary

The aim of thestudy was to determine the effect of the amount of nitrogen dosed insupercritical state to polymer melt on structure and physical properties oflarge-scale molded pieces from polyamide PA6 GF30, obtained in the process of microcellular injection molding with gas dosage using MuCell® method. Apart from the reduction of the density at a level of about 15 % for samples with the highest nitrogen content, the increase of the impact resistance of samples PA6 GF30 was observed. The other investigated mechanical properties were maintainedat a good level.


Keywords: microcellular injection molding, MuCell® technology, polyamide PA6 GF30, porous mate­rials, mechanical properties
e-mail: Dariusz.Sykutera@utp.edu.pl
D. Sykutera, P. Szewczykowski, M. Roch, Ł. Wajer, M. Grabowski, M. Bieliński (561.4 KB)
Effect of nitrogen content on physical properties of glass fiberreinforced polyamide 6 prepared by microcellular injection molding