Given its impact, heat and chemical resistance, excellent mold-ability, slipping properties with high transparency and low oxygen permeability and toughness, Nylon 6 is used in a wide range of applications including textiles, packaging film, deep-sea fishing nets, automotive parts and tire cords.
Nylon uses in the automobile industry have been increasing very rapidly as components are being used to produce engine parts. With the massive heat generated during the operation of vehicle engines, metal parts are subject to a great deal of wear, and the constant heating and cooling often causes distortion and damage over time. Nylon is both heat resistant, and a form of plastic that is more adaptable to these changes. It is also widely used to produce a variety of automotive parts, such as oil containers, wire harness connectors, fuse boxes, cylinder head covers, crankcases, timing belts and wheels as well as motorcycle body frames. Nylon is also used to produce nylon tire cord fabric to increase the strength of automobile tires.
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