Industrial Plastics

Industrial plastics fill a wide variety of needs such as chemical resistance and wear capabilities. These plastics handle the jobs that wood, metal, and glass cannot.

Industrial Plastics

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Abrasion Resistant Sheet, Rod, and Tube

HDPE, UHMW-PE, Nylon and Teflon

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Chemical Resistant Sheet, Rod, and Tube

The plastics in our industrial line provide amazing chemical resistance.

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CPVC (Chlorinated-Polyvinyl Chloride)

Commonly found in swimming pool/spa applications, CPVC offers a high level of chemical resistance. Particularly against chlorine.

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High-density Polyethylene (HDPE)

One of the most commonly encountered plastics, it is extremely versatile and used in everything from gas cans to milk jugs to slippery slides. Provides good abrasion and chemical resistance. This plastic cannot be effectively glued.

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Low-density Polyethylene (LDPE)

This is a softer, more pliable version of polyethylene. Commonly found in “film” form.

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Polypropylene (natural)

Chemical and corrosion resistance, no moisture absorption, high strength to weight ratio, and easy to fabricate, weld, machine, thermoform, and vacuum form.

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PVC-Type 1 Grade (General Purpose)

Excellent corrosion resistance, very good dielectric properties, low moisture absorption, high rigidity, good abrasion resistance and excellent weathering properties.

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Ultrahigh-molecular-weight Polyethylene (UHMW)

This material is an extremely tough plastic with high abrasion and wear resistance.

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