Polyamide (Nylon), known for its remarkable versatility and strength, stands as a cornerstone material in the world of engineering plastics. At Padmavati Plastics, we offer a range of high-quality nylon grades, each delivering exceptional performance and reliability, second only to virgin materials.


  • Strength and Durability: Nylon is celebrated for its outstanding tensile strength, making it ideal for applications where durability is paramount. It can withstand heavy loads and high impact without compromising structural integrity.
  • Heat Resistance: Our nylon grades exhibit excellent heat resistance, maintaining their mechanical properties even in elevated temperatures. This property ensures long-lasting performance in various environments.
  • Chemical Resistance: Nylon demonstrates resistance to a wide range of chemicals, including oils, solvents, and alkaline substances. This feature enhances its suitability for diverse industrial applications.
  • Low Friction Coefficient: Nylon’s low friction coefficient makes it an excellent choice for applications requiring reduced wear and friction. It promotes smoother operation and extended component life.
  • Dimensional Stability: Nylon materials offer exceptional dimensional stability, ensuring consistent performance and ease of machining for precise applications.
  • Electrical Insulation: Nylon is an excellent electrical insulator, making it suitable for components in electrical and electronic systems.

Application of Polyamide

The versatility of Polyamide (Nylon) makes it indispensable across a wide spectrum of industries and applications, including:


Nylon's electrical insulation properties make it a preferred choice for electrical connectors, insulators, and switchgear components.

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Nylon's low friction coefficient and high durability make it an excellent choice for bearings, gears, bushings, and conveyor components.


Nylon components used in engine parts, gears, and under-the-hood applications due to their wear resistance and mechanical strength


Nylon's lightweight properties and ability to withstand extreme conditions have led to its use in aircraft components and interior materials.


Nylon fibers are renowned for their strength and resilience, making them suitable for various textile applications, including ropes, nets, and fabrics.

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The biocompatible nature of certain nylon grades makes them suitable for medical device applications, surgical instruments and implantable components.

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Nylon is utilized in the manufacturing of industrial components like rollers, pulleys, and seals, thanks to its wear resistance and chemical stability.

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Nylon is used in the production of consumer goods zippers, buttons, and sporting equipment due to its lightweight yet robust nature.

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