Plastics are good electrical insulators (such as phenolic, Ultem®, PEEK). There are dozens of polymers to choose from that offer high dielectric strength and excellent fire resistance.
Plastic materials that have been tested and certified to meet electrical standards will carry certifications from organizations such as NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) and UL® (Underwriters Laboratories).
High strength, stiff, low friction engineering plastic with good wear properties.
Extremely high temperature creep resistant plastic with excellent friction and wear characteristics.
Fluoropolymer with outstanding mechanical properties and dimensional stability.
Plastic material with excellent mechanical strength, stiffness, and abrasion resistance.
Flexible fluoropolymer with outstanding chemical resistance and electrical properties.
Glass/epoxy composite material with outstanding electrical properties.
A glass reinforced thermoset polyester material with excellent mechanical and electrical properties.
A composite sheet material that consists of electrical grade phenolic resin impregnated into layers of linen fabric.
Engineering plastic with outstanding strength, stiffness, and electrical insulating properties.
Strong, stiff engineering plastic often used to replace metal bearings and bushings.
Extremely stong, stiff, dimensionally stable plastic material often used in elevated temperature environments.
Strong, stiff plastic, excellent machining characteristics, bearing and wear, and chemical resistance.
Fluoropolymer with outstanding dimensional stability, mechanical properties, and temperature range.
Strong, stiff plastic with outstanding chemical resistance; performs over a wide range of temperatures.
Flexible fluoropolymer that performs well in extreme temperature and harsh chemical environments.
Transparent, strong and stiff thermoplastic with outstanding impact resistance.
Transparent, general purpose plastic film with excellent ink adhesion.
Plastic material with excellent chemical and corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures.
High temperature, semi-transparent plastic material with good mechanical properties.
Low friction engineering plastic with outstanding chemical, high temperature, and weathering resistance.
High purity engineering plastic with excellent chemical, abrasion, and flame resistance.
High strength plastic with outstanding electrical and high service temperature properties.
High strength, low cost composite made from phenolic resin impregnated into layers of paper.