Engineering plastics are a class of plastics with superior mechanical and/or thermal characteristics than more commonly used commodity plastics (such as polystyrene, PVC, polypropylene and polyethylene). Because these plastics are more costly, they are manufactured in smaller numbers and are utilised for smaller items or low-volume applications (such as mechanical components) rather than bulk and high-volume applications (like containers and packaging).
In many applications, these plastics have increasingly supplanted conventional engineering materials such as wood or metal. Besides equalling or surpassing them in weight/strength and other properties, they are much easier to manufacture, especially in complicated shapes.
When it comes to pipelines and valves, these polymers are highly handy. They provides extremely robust and long-lasting PVC Engineering Plastic Components.
Because of their superior performance in the aforementioned areas. Get more information about engineering polymers.
The best advantages of engineering plastic outperform other materials in terms of heat resistance, impact resistance, heat resistance, mechanical strength, stiffness, chemical stability, self-lubrication (particularly useful in gear and skid manufacture), and fire safety.
1. Superior design flexibility
2. Easy compliance of various regulatory compliances
3. Low packaging and shipping costs
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By combining this high standard of engineering components machining technology with equal expertise in engineering plastics and fluoropolymer materials, we have become the unparalleled market leader in India.