Climbing Hydura ™ Long-Series Polyamides – Introduces Tech

HOUSTON, November 17, 2020 / PRNewswire / – Ascend Display Materials has launched several new grades of its HiDura ™ long chain polyamides for engineered plastics, monofilaments and cable ties. The HiDura Polyamide 610 and 612 are designed to provide long life with exceptional dimensional stability and enhanced resistance to chemicals, impact and abrasion.

Ascend, the largest fully integrated manufacturer of PA 66 resin, developed several new grades of HiDura PA610 and 612 for use in automotive fuel systems and brake line applications, cable ties for solar power systems, battery seals and monofilaments for brushed bristles Huh.

“Customers choose to climb because they can rely on the performance of our materials in some of our most challenging applications,” said Ear gun, HiDura Business Manager. “We developed Hydura to withstand extreme conditions and uses. Whether used in a connector for solar panels or as a brush bristle, our customers can rely on HiDura LCPAs to perform well over the life of the application. ”

“Our customers are responding to widespread market changes and the reliability of their products is a key differentiator,” he said Isaac Khalil, Ascend’s senior vice president of polyamide business. “We support our customers with high-performance content and application development, processing and technical expertise to make the most of those materials.”

Information about HiDura, including application profiles and technical data sheets, can be found at https://www.ascendmaterials.com/hidura.

About climbing performance materials
Climbing performance materials make high performance materials for everyday essentials and new technologies. Our focus is on improving the quality of life and motivating a better tomorrow through innovation. based in Houston, TexasIn and with regional offices Shanghai, Brussels And Detroit, We are a fully integrated content solutions provider with eight global manufacturing facilities United States, Europe And China. Our 2,600-person global workforce uses plastics, clothing, fiber and chemicals to make safer vehicles, cleaner energy, better medical devices, smart appliances, and longer-lasting apparel and consumer goods. We are committed to the safety, stability and success of our customers and our communities.

Find out more about climbing www.ascendmaterials.com.

Contact: Allison Jan +1 at 713-210-9809, [email protected]

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