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Nylon - an extremely versatile synthetic thermoplastic used widely to manufacture nylon fibres, such as rope.
Nylon - an extremely versatile synthetic thermoplastic used widely to manufacture nylon fibres, such as rope.

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In a new web-based seminar from Malvern Instruments, scheduled for Tuesday, July 31, Dr. Wei-Sen Wong will explore the "Nylon characterization technology package". The webinar outlines how the utilization and combination of several analytical technologies employed within Malvern's Viscotek family of instruments are assisting manufacturers of nylon to precisely control physical properties, processability and performance characteristics.

Malvern analytical tools precisely control Nylon characteristics and production

Malvern, UK | Posted on July 12th, 2012

Nylon (the generic name for a family of polyamides) is an extremely versatile synthetic thermoplastic that is made of repeating units linked by amide bonds. It is widely known that nylon fibres are manufactured for products such as fabrics, carpets, strings and ropes, and as solid nylon in mechanical parts for construction, automotive assemblies and many houseware items.

Manufacturers rely on important and complementary information about molecular weight distribution, structural characteristics and viscosity to better control the physical properties, processability and performance characteristics for these diverse applications. The webinar highlights how the techniques of gel permeation chromatography (GPC), flow injection polymer analysis (FIPA) and dilute solution viscosity (DSV) combine to efficiently meet this important analytical need, from development through to manufacturing and QC.

GPC analysis provides extensive molecular information to support the development of new specifications for defined applications and the optimization of manufacturing processes. It is a cornerstone technique for polymer scientists, enhanced through the use of multiple detectors that maximize information from each experiment. The Viscotek DSV system is a highly automated option for fast, safe and efficient intrinsic viscosity measurement, a primary parameter for determining processing performance. FIPA is a tool for rapid molecular weight, molecular size, and intrinsic viscosity measurement, well-suited to QC and screening within process development. Unlike GPC it does not provide distributions of molecular properties, but the upside is productivity - as many as 6 - 10 samples can be measured per hour.

The presentation is free to view, register here: http://www.malvern.com/nylon-webinar

Malvern, Malvern Instruments, Viscotek are registered trademarks of Malvern Instruments Ltd

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About Malvern Instruments
Malvern Instruments is a market leader in measuring performance controlling material properties. These include particle size, particle shape, zeta potential, molecular weight, size and conformation, rheological properties and chemical identification. Malvern delivers the systems, support and expertise that ensure the analytical integrity and productivity needed to drive research, development and manufacturing.

Malvern’s measurement solutions for scientists, technologists and engineers advance continually through customer collaboration. Complementary materials characterization systems deliver inter-related measurements that reflect the complexities of particulates and disperse systems, nanomaterials and macromolecules. Combining intelligently implemented technologies with in-depth industry applications knowledge and support, Malvern provides customers with the competitive advantage they demand.

Headquartered in Malvern, UK, Malvern Instruments has subsidiary organizations in all major European markets, North America, China, Japan and Korea, a joint venture in India, a global distributor network and applications laboratories around the world. www.malvern.com

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