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What is nylon polymer? Where does it come from?
Nylon polymer commonly takes the form of pellets or flakes, which can be melted and shaped for use in plastic applications or extruded as fiber for use in yarn applications, such as apparel, carpet, airbags and outdoor gear. Manufactured from key nylon intermediates, hexamethylene diamine (HMD) and adipic acid, nylon polymer is a high performance material used in plastic and fiber applications that demand exceptional durability, heat-resistance and toughness.
INVISTA offers a wide range of nylon 6,6 polymer for use in industrial, textile, and automotive applications. Nylon 6,6 is desirable in many applications due to its outstanding tenacity, elasticity, dye-fastness and high melting point. INVISTA offers a broad line of polymer to fiber manufacturers, including bright, semi-dull, dull and co-polymer types.
INVISTA's nylon 6 polymer is converted to fiber for line mat suppliers that give their product to the leading global automotive manufacturers. INVISTA's automotive solution-dyed nylon 6 fiber is tested using internationally-recognized quality test methods.