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Grupa Azoty
Alphalon™ 36 is a bright, high viscosity polyamide 6 (PA 6) grade. Used in the production of films and monofilaments. Complies with REACH, ADR, RID and IMDG regulations... view more
Features
  • Viscosity High
Grupa Azoty
Alphalon™ 36L is a bright, lubricated, high viscosity polyamide 6 (PA 6) grade. Used in the production of films and monofilaments. Complies with REACH, ADR, RID and IMDG regulations... view more
Features
  • Lubricated
  • Viscosity High
Grupa Azoty
Alphalon™ 36LN is a bright, lubricated & nucleated, high viscosity polyamide 6 (PA 6) grade. Used in the production of films and monofilaments. Complies with REACH, ADR, RID and IMDG regulations... view more
Features
  • Lubricated
  • Nucleated
  • Viscosity High
Grupa Azoty
Alphalon™ 40 is a bright, high viscosity polyamide 6 (PA 6) grade. Used in the production of films and monofilaments. Complies with REACH, ADR, RID and IMDG regulations... view more
Features
  • Viscosity High
Grupa Azoty
Alphalon™ 40L is a bright, lubricated, high viscosity polyamide 6 (PA 6) grade. Used in the production of films and monofilaments. Complies with REACH, ADR, RID and IMDG regulations... view more
Features
  • Lubricated
  • Viscosity High
Grupa Azoty
Alphalon™ 40LN is a bright, nucleated & lubricated, high viscosity polyamide 6 (PA 6) grade. Used in the production of films and monofilaments. Complies with REACH, ADR, RID and IMDG regulations... view more
Features
  • Lubricated
  • Nucleated
  • Viscosity High
Grupa Azoty
Alphalon™ E40T is a bright, heat stabilized, high viscosity polyamide 6 (PA 6) grade. Used in the production of films and monofilaments. Complies with REACH, ADR, RID and IMDG regulations... view more
Features
  • Heat stabilized
  • Viscosity High
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