Technical plastics

Polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE)

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Polytetrafluorethylene is a unique plastic, obtained through the polymerization of tetrafluorethylene. It demonstrates exclusive properties, that are not found in any other plastics.

Polyamide (PA6)

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Polyamide (PA6) is a hard polymer. It can function for a long time at high loads.

Polyoxymethylene (POM-C)

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Polyoxymethylene (POM-C) has a high surface hardness and good sliding and wear behaviour. There is no tendency to stress cracking.  Also, POM-C has high thermostability and chemical resistance. This material is often used in the food industry because cleaning processes require resistance to hot water and various chemicals. All bars, as well as natural and black sheets, comply with food requirements under 10/2011 / EC.

Polyethylene (PE)

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Polyethylene is one of the cheapest plastics. It shows a high chemical resistance, good dielectric properties and easy to weld.

Polypropylene (PP)

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Polypropylene PP shows a high mechanical and tensile strength, but a low notch impact strength. PP resists stress cracking and it is easy to weld. At minus temperatures it can become brittle. The chemical and electrical properties are very good. The continous operating temperatures ranges between +5 ° C and  +100 ° C. PP round rods and sheets in natural and grey colour comply with the food contact regulations according to 10/2011/EC.

Polyethyleneterephthalate (PET)

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Polyethylene terephthalates shows high tensil and mechanical strength, hardness and touthness, low friction and a high dimensional stability. Operating temperatures ranging from -20 ° C to approximately +100 ° C. Like all polyesters, PET is also not resistant to hot water (from approx. +60 °C) in the long term. All PET round rods and sheets in natural colour comply with the food contact regulations according to 10/2011/EC.

Polymethymethacrylate (PMMA)

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Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) is a polymer produced on the base of polymethyl-methacrylate. It demonstrates good temperature resistance and UV-stability.

Polyvinylchloride (PVC-U)

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Polyvinyl chloride is a flame retardant material with an exceptional chemical resistance and also with lower stress cracking. PVC-U possesses high mechanical strength, tensile strength and a continuous operating temperature from -15 °C to +60 °C. lt can also be easily glued and welded.

Cotton cloth laminate

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Cotton cloth laminate (PT) is the laminar material, obtained by the method of hot pressing of cotton fabrics, which are soaked by thermosetting phenol-formaldehyde resins. Cotton cloth laminate (PT) is a good dielectric, resistant to weak acids and alkalis. It is well processed by all types of machining. It is used as a constructive material for the manufacture of parts operating under moderate mechanical and electrical loads. Operating temperature is from -40 ° С to + 105 ° С. Permissible air humidity for the use of the cotton cloth laminate products is up to 80%.

Glass cloth laminate

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Glass cloth based laminate СТЭФ-У is a layered material obtained by hot pressing of glass fabrics impregnated with a thermosetting adhesive based on epoxy and phenol-formaldehyde resin. СТЭФ-У is used for mechanical, electrical and electronic applications. It is characterized by extremely high mechanical strength at moderate temperature and very good stability of electrical properties in high humidity.

Phenoplasts

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Phenoplast is easy to process plastic powder produced on the base of  phenol-ormaldehyde  resins.

 

Polyurethane (PU)

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Polyurethane is a high-performance elastomer designed to provide properties not available in traditional rubbers, metals and plastics. It has high oil and solvent resistance, along with great abrasion and tear resistance,  resistance to hydrolyze. Impact strength, low compression set are also important engineering characteristics.

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