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High-Powered Nylon

10 January 2002

Nanjing Julong Chemical Industry Co. has received a certificate issued by Ministry of Science and Technology ranking their ""1800-Ton Intensified High-Powered Nylon"" into State Torch Plan.
Nanjing Julong Co. started the research and development of the item ""1800-Ton Intensified High-Powered Nylon"" in 1999. The company mixed common nylon with fiberglass equably and put up mixed refining to get high-powered nylon. The main capabilities of Nylon 66 (AHO) of Nanjing Julong Co. reach the standards of Nylon ST801 of Du Pont. But the price of Nylon 66 is only 50% of foreign products.
The item has passed the scientific and technical authentication organized by Jiangsu Science and Technology Commission in July 2000. The products of Nanjing Julong Chemical Co. match the demands of lots of industries, such as automotive industry, electronics, home appliance industry, shipping, railway and machinery. The products can substitute import high-powered nylon or correlative engineering plastic. At present the product has been marketed in China to bring economic and social benefit to China.





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