Rhodia Engineering Plastics, Cranbury, N.J., has launched its first high-flow, flame-retardant nylon 66 grades specifically for appliance connectors.

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Rhodia Engineering Plastics, Cranbury, N.J., has launched its first high-flow, flame-retardant nylon 66 grades specifically for appliance connectors. These products are said to have both VDE (IEC 60335-1) and UL approvals. Technyl A 32G1 meets UL 94V-2 and has “extremely robust” Glow Wire Ignitability Test (GWIT) performance at up to 900 C. It contains no antimony oxide. Technyl A 30G1 meets UL 94V-0 and displays good GWIT and excellent Glow Wire Flammability Index (GWFI) performance, Rhodia says. Technyl A 60G2 V30 is said to have excellent all-around flammability performance and contains no halogen, red phosphorus, or antimony oxide. (609) 860-4000 • www.rhodia-ep.com

Rhodia Engineering Plastics
37735 Enterprise Court, #500 Farmington Hills, MI 48331
Phone (248) 994-6120 Fax (248) 994-6130