Toray announces new polyamide thermoplastic material

Toray Advanced Composites, a leader in developing and producing advanced thermoplastic and thermoset composite materials, has introduced the new product Toray Cetex TC915 PA+ into its portfolio.

Toray Cetex TC915 PA+ is excellent for sporting goods, high-performance industrial applications, automotive structure, energy (oil/gas & hydrogen), Urban Air Mobility (UAM), and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) applications.

The latest addition to the Toray Cetex product line introduces enhanced technical specifications, offering increased strength, higher stiffness, higher temperature stability, and lower moisture absorption. This new high-performance thermoplastic material complements Toray Cetex TC910.

"TC915 is a remarkable thermoplastic material with exceptional mechanical properties higher than typical polyamide-based composites and Nylon material. Toray TC915 PA+™ is a natural addition to our Cetex portfolio. These enhanced characteristics allow structural components to withstand and perform well in high-stress conditions at elevated temperatures, which is crucial for demanding markets prioritizing safety and performance for their end-users. We take pride in our commitment to engineering cutting-edge technology and advancing applications across multiple industries," said Mark Mielke, director of product and market strategy, USA.

Toray Cetex TC915 PA+ is a thermoplastic composite unidirectional (UD) tape that uses a high-performance polyamide resin that can be processed by ATL and AFP, wrapping, and thermoforming. Click here to visit the Toray Cetex TC915 PA+ product page.

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