Polyphthalamide is a polymer derived from renewable sources. The base monomer exhibits an aromatic ring that gives rigidity to the structure, giving this product unique characteristics, greater resistance and rigidity at high temperatures, better stability and consistency regarding its mechanics in humid environments, and good resistance to a vast array of chemicals. Its excellent resistance to thermo-oxidative aging (which is accelerated from heat sources) renders it ideal for contact with hot fluids.
Polymer derived either from the reaction of an organic aromatic bifunctional acid with a bifunctional ammine, or from the self-condensation of a ω-amino acid or a lactam.
Optimal chemical resistance
Resistance to atmospheric conditions
Resistance to hydrolysis
Resistance to UV rays
Adjustable mechanical properties according to the application
Resistance to high temperatures
Single, flexible, non-thermoformed tube, wrapped in coils of various lengths.
- small footprint;
- long distances seamless.
- elastic memory of the winding;
- tolerance on the cut of +/- 2% of the length.