Acetal Copolymer / Dupont Delrin® 150SA Homopolymer
Which Acetal material should you use? (POM)
- Both Acetal Copolymer and Delrin® 150SA Homopolymer are FDA Compliant
- Both are very stiff and have excellent dimensional stability
- Are Self Lubricating, Abrasion Resistance, and Excellent Wear properties
- Available in Natural, Black and Blue. Custom colors also available.
- Cuts extremely well with standard cutting tools
- Delrin® AF (PTFE Filled), Glass Filled, and Specialty Grades Available
- Delrin® 150SA Homopolymer have similar properties and frequently replace: Noryl®, Nylon®, and PET or PBT materials
- Acetal and Delrin® are High Tech Performance Plastics
Some reasons to choose Homopolymer vs. Copolymer
Both Acetal (POM) grades have very similar properties. Our clients seem to prefer the Dupont brand name Homopolymer materials because of the superior physical properties. The issues that lead clients to the Copolymer is a slightly lower cost, and the minor inherent center-line porosity in the Delrin® 150SA Homopolymer grade.
Dupont™ Delrin ® is a popular acetal homopolymer brand name and the most commonly used acetal homopolymer.
The Delrin® 150SA is a brand name of Dupont, and it is often referred to as POM-H or Acetal Homopolymer. Common brand or trade names for extruded Acetal sheet and rod materials include: Tecaform® AH, SUSTARIN® C, ZL® 900-C, Pomalux®, Unital®, Mechatec Acetal®, Acetron® and many more. This excellent mechanical plastic material is also referred to as: Acetal Copolymer rod, Copolymer Acetal rod, Copolymer Plastic Rod, Acetal Copolymer vs Acetal Homopolymer, Homopolymer Acetal rod, Acetal Homopolymer rod, and many others.
Specializing in Wholesale Acetal and Delrin Engineering Plastics, Mechanical Plastics and High Performance Plastics
**Note: Delrin® is a registered Trademark of Dupont
Properties are for evaluation purposes only. This information is not to be construed as a warranty, guarantee or assurance that you may achieve the same results. Materials made from different resin types, manufacturing techniques and manufacturers will react differently. The information should be used to compare against other materials only, and each user should make his own tests to determine suitability. No warranty as to this materials suitability are either expressed nor implied.