Dimensionally stable material with great insulating properties
Why Choose Noryl?
- Excellent dimensional stability
- Low moisture absorption
- Good strength and stiffness
- High dielectric strength
What are some common applications?
- Life science and research instruments
- Electrical components
- Medical/surgical instruments
Noryl components have excellent mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties. Low moisture absorption and low thermal expansion make Noryl one of the most dimensionally stable plastics available. Noryl is widely used for electrical housings and structural components since it has great insulating properties, flame resistance, and dimensional stability over a wide range of service temperatures. Noryl is often selected for fluid handling applications since it has low moisture absorption and excellent strength and stiffness. Noryl is easy to fabricate, paint and glue. Standard color for Noryl is black.
At Controlled Fluidics we use several varieties of Noryl, including:
- Unfilled Noryl EN265 plate up to 2” thick
- 30% glass fiber reinforced Noryl GFN3 plate up to 2” thick
|Grade||Product Characteristics||Common Applications|
|Noryl EN265||Easy to machine, high dielectric strength, good impact resistance||Electrical housing and structural components, fluid handling applications|
|Noryl GFN3||Low moisture absorption, hydrolytic stability, low warpage||Fluid handling, medical/healthcare components, food handling components|
Does this sound like the right material for the job? Talk to our engineers and get your project started today.