Noryl is General Electric Company’s trade name for PPO. Due to is inherent chemical composition, Noryl exhibits unusually low moisture absorption. Therefore, good electrical insulating properties are realized over a wide range of humidity and temperature. Chemical attacks from water, most salt solutions, acids and bases is also minimal with Noryl. Read more about Noryl material applications and benefits below, and request a quote for our Noryl plastic machining services today.

View the Noryl Material Properties Chart

Material Highlights:

  • Good electrical insulating properties
  • Long-term dimensional stability due to low moisture absorption
  • Superior impact strength and lightweight
  • Hydrolytically stable
  • Some selected Noryl® grades are FDA compliant
  • One of the few non-metallic materials which can be readily electroplated

Applications:

  • Computers
  • Business machine housings
  • Automotive coil forms and instrument parts
  • Electrical insulation
  • Telecommunications
  • Appliances
  • Electronics
  • Water softener valves
  • Water pump components
  • Surgical instruments
  • Vaporizer and scrubber parts
  • Plated and vacuum metalized parts
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