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Leona™ 1700S

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Asahi Kasei
Leona™ 1700S by Asahi Kasei is a high viscosity polyamide 66 (PA 66) grade. It exhibits excellent toughness, durability and electrical characteristics. It offers excellent oil and heat resistance. It is suitable for processing by injection molding. Leona™ 1700S is used in rods, sheet, structural parts and film applications.
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Leona™ 1700S
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Asahi Kasei
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Product Type
PA (Polyamide, Nylon) > PA 66 (Nylon 66)
Physical Form
Pellets
Product Status
COMMERCIAL
Geographical Availability
Central and Eastern Europe, North America, Western Europe, Asia / Pacific, Africa, Middle East and Central Asia
Applications/ Recommended for
Injection molding - thermoplastics
Key Features
  • Durable
  • Electrical Properties, Good
  • Heat Resistance, High
  • Oil Resistant
  • Toughness, Good
  • Viscosity, High

Leona™ 1700S Properties

Thermal Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Thermal Conductivity
0.2 W/m-K
Heat Deflection Temperature (HDT), Unannealed
215 °C
(At 0.45 MPa) 
ISO 75-2-B
Heat Deflection Temperature (HDT), Unannealed
70 °C
(At 1.8 MPa) 
ISO 75-2A

Leona™ 1700S Processing Guidelines

Injection Molding Properties

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Mold Temperature
75 - 85 °C
Pre-Drying Temperature
80 - 90 °C

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