Polyamide (PA) Compounds


In 2004 ZIG SHENG set up a compounding office at our R&D Center before establishing a compounding plant that went on line in 2007. By 2009, a strong customer response and the continued growth of our compounding department led us to expand and move our compound production line from Guanyin Plant 1 to its current location in Guanyin Plant 2. We also created an R&D department within the compounding plant itself to enhance our product development capabilities and better serve our customers.

Technology and Innovation

ZIG SHENG compound products are manufactured using a continuous production line adapted from our leading vertically integrated nylon production process. This modified production process increases capacity and conserves energy; while also enhancing overall quality and stability of the product. Flexible capacity of upstream nylon fiber production and nylon polymerization allows us to produce a wide variety of specialty compound products. The R&D Department at our compounding plant enjoys the full support of our nationally recognized R&D center, which provides the resources necessary to conduct everything from physical analysis, product comparisons, and product testing to complex chemical analysis, and facilitates product development anywhere from raw materials to modified polymerization; as well as the development of various additives and fillers. Robust technology and innovation ensures our R&D teams can create all kinds of products that meet the needs of various customers.

Quality Control

ZIG SHENG compounding products are made with the same exceptional quality as leading international manufacturers. Besides initial raw material and final product inspections, we focus on the track record and traceability of our products. Each batch of our products can be traced back to a specific manufacturing date and production team that includes a detailed record of all raw materials and additives used to manufacture the product.

Certification: ISO90001, ISO14001, ISO45001, RoHS, UL

Packaging Details

25 kg/small bag
800kg/ bulk bag

The packaging is a polyethylene (PE) bag that includes an aluminum foil insulation layer that prevents moisture and provides one-way ventilation (gases get out but cannot get in).

PA6 grades

ZIG SHENG uses our own Nylon 6 raw material to produce glass fiber, mineral fiber, impact modified grade nylon compounds that are a viable replacement for metal components in product design.

PA66 grades

Nylon 66 has excellent mechanical properties and thermal resistance. Adding glass fiber , flame retardants, or other additives can create compounds appropriate for automotive spare parts or consumer electronics.

PA6/PA66 alloy grades

We use our own Nylon 6 and Nylon 66 from leading international manufacturers to enhance product stability. Our customers are very satisfied with the quality and price point.

Polypropylene (PP) grades

Polypropylene (PP) has superior chemical resistance, and a low moisture absorption; as well as good electricity and air insulating properties. PP is easily molded. By adding glass fiber can further enhance physical properties of the products

Antibacterial grades

Our anti-microbial products are made from all natural recycled oyster shells. The oyster shells are calcinated at a high temperature, quenched, and ground into an anti-microbial power before being added into all types of plastics to create compound materials. Our anti-microbial products are 99% effective against Enterobacter and Staphylococcus bacteria and prevent the growth of bacteria in their environment. The raw materials contain natural anti-microbial ingredients that are environmentally friendly and safe to use.

Additional Specifications

ZIG SHENG can customize additional specifications for our customers. No matter if you're looking for lightweight carbon fibers, nylon with low moisture retention and stable dimensions, or high temperature nylon with excellent thermal resistance, we are sure to find the perfect solution for you.

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Compounding Materials Sales Department

Mr. Alan Ho