Engineering plastics, which are widely used in many industries, are supplied.

PC: Polycarbonate

Transparent engineering plastic characterised by high impact strength and excellent optical properties. It is widely used in the automotive industry, construction, manufacture of home appliances, coffee makers, sound recording media, sunglasses, and medical goods.

ABS: Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene

A raw material of natural and ivory colour that can be pigmented. Owing to its strength and impact resistance, it is recommended for use in the manufacture of electrical equipment (enclosures, keyboards, and household items).

PMMA: Polymethyl methacrylate

Transparent thermoplastic that is very similar to polycarbonate. Owing to its natural transparency and impact resistance, it is used in the manufacture of LCD screens, windows, exhibit enclosures, and some medical devices.

SAN: Styrene acrylonitrile

Hard, rigid and transparent material with good resistance to high temperatures. This makes it ideal for use in the manufacture of transparent cosmetic containers, kitchen bowls, and refrigerator fasteners.

ASA: Acrylonitrile styrene acrylate

A possible alternative to ABS, which features increased weather resistance and is widely used in the automotive industry and for 3D printing.

TPE: Thermoplastic elastomers

A flexible material suitable for moulding, manufacture of sports goods, yoga mats, pen and screwdriver handles, erasers, various cell phone accessories, beach accessories, and so on.

TPU: Thermoplastic polyurethane

An intermediate material between rubber and plastic, an ageing-resistant natural substitute for PVC. It is widely used in footwear, safety shoes, handles, wires, and ropes.

TPO: Thermoplastic olefin

A blend of PP, PE, BCPP, and rubber. It is usually reinforced and is considered an ideal material for the needs of the automotive industry (bumpers, handles, etc.).

TPV: Thermoplastic vulcanizates

An environmentally friendly and recyclable material that is very easy to process. It has all the advantages of natural rubber and is used in the automotive industry and in the manufacture of electric wires.

SBR: Styrene butadiene rubber

A synthetic rubber highly resistant to abrasion, which means it provides the same opportunities for use as natural rubber but at a lower cost. It is a suitable material for the manufacture of gaskets, mats, and shock absorbers, and for the removal of abrasion between metal surfaces.

PA: Polyamide

Commonly known as nylon and may be marked with the type reference: 6, 66, 12, and 4. The type refers to the different properties of nylon. In general, however, PA is valued for its strength, high impact resistance, and easy processing. It can be painted and reinforced with talc, fibreglass, and other materials, and is used in the automotive and engineering industries.

SEBS: Styrene ethylene butylene styrene

One of the most extensively used thermoplastic rubbers for moulding and extrusion. It is transparent and can be painted as ordered by the customer. It is used in the automotive industry to make wire insulation, interior fittings, and handles.

POM: Polyoxymethylene

Mainly used for injection moulding, where stiffness and precision are required. The natural raw material is white and opaque but it can be painted. POM is used for the manufacture of furniture handles, zippers for clothes, parts for toys, and parts for electronic devices and installations.

PVC: Polyvinyl chloride

A cheap plastic used for the manufacture of pipes and profiles like doors and windows. It is also used for bottles, non-food packaging, and so on. According to need, it can be either rigid or flexible.