Why PEEK Material is at the Top of Its Class

PEEK Material is one of the most popular high performance plastic materials currently on the market.  But what makes PEEK such a dynamic material? It is a member of the Polyaryletherketone or PAEK polymer group. There are exclusive PEEK Material properties which make this material find numerous applications in various industries. Some properties of PEEK Material: Chemical resistance:PEEK Material […]

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Plastic Machining: Polysulfone Plastic

Engineered Plastic Products offers a full range of plastic materials. One of the many plastic materials  is Polysulfone Plastic Polysulfone shapes remain stable resisting creep and deformation under continuous load and elevated temperatures. They have high tensile strength and as temperatures increase, flexural modulus remain high. These products will handle exposure to soap, detergent solutions […]

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Why you should use PTFE (Fluoropolymers)?

PTFE Sheet and Rod TFE, FEP, PCTFE, PolyTetraFluoroEthylene PTFE is used frequently as a bearing or non-stick surface. Excellent choice for caustic fluid handling valves and fittings. Massive size range in molded rod, tubular bar, and plate. Which is also known as: Fluon, Diakin, Fluoroplastic, Fluoropolymer, Neoflon, Polyfon, Chemfluor, and more. PTFE sheet, sheets, rod, rods, […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Polycarbonate Plastics

Polycarbonate Plastics

What is PC, and What is it Used For? Polycarbonate (PC) plastics are a naturally transparent amorphous thermoplastic. Although they are made commercially available in a variety of colors (perhaps translucent and perhaps not), the raw material allows for the internal transmission of light nearly in the same capacity as glass. Polycarbonate polymers are used to produce a variety […]

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13 High Performance Plastics Used in the Automotive Industry

High Performance Plastics

High performance plastics are playing an important role in the automotive industry these days.  The light weight of plastics makes for more fuel efficient vehicles.  It is estimated that every 10% reduction in vehicle weight results in a 5% to 7% reduction in fuel usage.  Current economic and environmental concerns make the creation of more fuel efficient cars […]

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