Polyoxymethylene (POM), is a highly crystalline polymer that is known for its high flexural and tensile strength, stiffness, hardness, and excellent chemical resistance. It also has a low coefficient of friction, and good heat and fatigue resistance, but insufficient flame resistance.There are two grades of POM, known as Homopolymers and Copolymers. Homopolymers tend to have higher crystallinity levels. Hence they have better short term mechanical properties — stiffness, tensile strength, impact resistance and initial creep resistance. Copolymer grades have better oxidation resistance and exhibit better resistance to creep and creep rupture at longer time scales.  Surprisingly, glass fibre filled copolymer grades have better mechanical properties than the corresponding homopolymer. This is because the slightly different chemical structure gives better coupling to the glass fibre.


  •       Unreinforced

         Impact modified

      Glass fiber reinforced

     Carbon fiber reinforced

         Aramide fiber reinforced

         Glass bead reinforced

        Low warpage types


     Surface modified

          Heat stabilized

          UV/light stabilized

          Electrical conductive

          Laser markable


Key properties of Polyacetal resins offer;

   Excellent stiffness and hardness

Good mechanical strength

   Very good toughness

   Good creep and fatigue behaviour

 Excellent abrasion resistance and low friction

  Very good sliding properties

   Good dimensional stability

  Good thermal stability

   Low moisture absorption

    Good electrical properties

  Very good chemical resistance

    Very good surface finish

  • Furniture


          Home appliances

        Sports and leisure

     Garden and power tools

          Safety equipment

Polyacetal grades are supplied in pellet form and packed in moisture proof 25 kg multi-layer bags. Other forms of packing like octabins and big-bags with PE or Aluminum in-liners are also available.

All packaging is tightly sealed and should be opened just before processing. It is also advised to be kept in dry environment below 50°C while protected from UV-light. In order to prevent condensation, packaging stored in cold areas should be allowed to warm up to room temperature before being opened.

Under normal conditions Polyacetal is not a toxic and hazardous material. During processing, necessary preventive actions should be held in case of contact with polymer melt or inhalation of the gases. Processing temperatures above 240 °C should be avoided. Detailed safety information can be found in our material safety data sheets (MSDS).