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Technical Plastics

High Performance, Strength and Durability

Technical plastics are polymeric materials designed to offer superior properties in terms of mechanical strength, thermal stability, chemical resistance or electrical properties, making them ideal for applications requiring high performance in various industrial sectors.

These plastics are characterised by their ability to meet specific requirements and offer advanced technical solutions in fields such as the automotive, electronics, engineering and medical industries.

Engineering Plastics

A semi-crystalline thermoplastic with high mechanical strength and stiffness.

It is nowadays the choice for those elements that require very high performance in terms of strength, lightness and durability in adverse conditions.

A polymer, which is mainly used for packaging due to its suitability for deep-drawing, extrusion, blow moulding and rotational moulding.

It is the most scratch and impact resistant material and offers superior elasticity compared to other plastic materials.

It is used in a wide variety of applications including food packaging, textiles, laboratory equipment, automotive components and transparent films.

It is used in machining, thermoforming, fibres for clothing, liquid and food containers and in combination with glass fibre for engineering resins.

The various Nylon® polymers are among the most important technical plastics due to their good cost/performance ratio, with commercial applications in fabrics and fibres, in moulded parts for automobiles and electrical equipment, and in films for food packaging.

This polymer is characterised by its low friction coefficient, its stability at high temperatures, its inertness and its impermeability.

It is the third most produced synthetic plastic polymer in the world.

A synthetic resin of phenol and formaldehyde. Heat resistant and dielectric.

It is characterised by its high mechanical strength and excellent thermal insulation. It is a laminated material made of fine cotton fabric and phenolic resin.

Epoxy resins have a wide range of applications as a type of coating for metal surfaces to prevent corrosion, insulators in high voltage installations, structural adhesives.

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