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NILIT Plastics’ FRIANYL XT4 GF30 V0I PPA Attains UL94 V0 Certification

Published on 2015-06-25. Author : SpecialChem

Following the successful introduction of the new polyphthalamide (PPA) based FRIANYL XT series in 2014 the most prominent candidate FRIANYL XT4 GF30 V0I of NILIT Plastics now achieved the desired UL94 V0 listing for all colors and for thicknesses down to 0.4mm.

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The listing of NILIT Plastics’ FRIANYL XT4 GF30 V0I polyphthalamide (PPA) is in line with the most important trends in E&E industry like miniaturization, asking for lower wall thickness, as well as safety and temperature increase in processing and final use. NILIT Plastics’ FRIANYL XT4 GF30 V0I polyphthalamide (PPA) is equipped with halogen-free flame retardants and meets European environmental standards and most recent WEEE recycling regulations.

Furthermore: with the now achieved listing customers in E&E industry gain full freedom to color-code and color-brand their applications made of NILIT Plastics’ FRIANYL XT4 GF30 V0I polyphthalamide (PPA).

“This listing will now allow our customers to apply the FRIANYL XT4 GF30 V0I polyphthalamide (PPA) compounds in an even broader spectrum of applications in the electronics industry, where the mechanical and electrical performance of miniaturized parts has to withstand elevated temperatures” comments Dr. Arno Wolf, Vice President Sales, NILIT Plastics Europe.

About NILIT Plastics


NILIT Plastics belongs to the family owned NILIT Group. The NILIT Group is a backward integrated PA6.6 supplier, dedicated to polyamide compounds and textile fibers. NILIT Plastics has five production sites, located in Europe, Israel and China. The company is dedicated to serve customers in E&E and automotive industry. NILIT Plastics also serves a variety of applications in industrial and sports and leisure segments, always focusing on providing customers with tailor-made solutions.

Source: NILIT Plastics


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