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Solvay Performance Polyamides Launches Technyl® Red S to Raise Performance of Turbocharger Systems
Updated: 2017-10-20 12:33 Source: Solvay share:

PUWORLD--Solvay Performance Polyamides has launched Technyl® Red S, a highly heat stabilized polyamide designed especially for automotive applications operating at a continuous temperature of 200°C. It is an ideal solution for turbo engine air ducts and coolers as well as cylinder head covers.

“This brand new ‘S’ material further strengthens the proven technology developed for Technyl® HP which has equipped over 40 million vehicles made during the last seven years,” says Didier Chomier, Automotive Global Marketing Manager for Solvay’s Performance Polyamides Global Business Unit. “Technyl® Red S provides automotive industry applications with enhanced thermal ageing stability without compromising performance or competitiveness.”

Technyl® Red S can withstand a continuous operating temperature of up to 210°C (at 1,000h) or 200°C (at 2,000 hours). With its new and innovative formulation, Technyl® Red S further improves strong impact and resistance to acid condensates, offers high flowability, superior surface aspect and excellent weldability.

This innovative material is currently being authorized at major automotive Tiers. “Technyl® Red S is directly resulting from long-lasting intimacy with leading players in thermal management systems,” Chomier adds. “We have also extended our Application Performance Testing (APT®) centers to conduct testing in turbocharged environments, providing our customers with full part performance validation under their own operating conditions.”

Solvay Performance Polyamides supports customers with a complete array of technical services designed to speed the time to market of new applications, from advanced material characterization to application validation. This offering includes predictive simulation with MMI® Technyl® Design1, 3D printing of PA6-based functional prototypes in Sinterline® PA6 powders as well as part testing at fully equipped APT® Technyl® Validation centers.

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