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Echo trimmer muffler covers rely on Stanyl to withstand the heat

DSM Coating Resins : 02 May, 2006  (New Product)
ECHO Inc., successfully serving the professional market lawn and garden equipment for years, has introduced the new SRM 261 T trimmer that utilizes Stanyl TW200F6 in the muffler cover.
ECHO Inc., successfully serving the professional market lawn and garden equipment for years, has introduced the new SRM 261 T trimmer that utilizes Stanyl TW200F6 in the muffler cover.

ECHO has managed to stay ahead of the curve by offering their customers the very latest technology. “Our core skill set is around engines,” says Steve Bly of ECHO. “We rely on suppliers to help us design and engineer using the best materials.” One of those materials is Stanyl, a high performance, high temperature polyamide.

Lawn and garden tools are exposed to increased temperatures due to government regulations for exhaust emissions. Muffler covers used on the trimmer must be able to withstand this heat and possess enough impact strength for daily use and abuse. “Stanyl high heat polyamide is a perfect fit for the muffler cover,” says Dave Weede of DSM, “because Stanyl can not only handle elevated temperatures but unlike many other high temperature polyamides, it retains almost all of its impact strength at these elevated temperatures better.” Impact strength is severely tested when the covers are dropped and transported, resulting in breakage.
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