Engineering Plastic Compound


"Engineering plastic" means "engineering plastic" and is a high-performance synthetic resin with high durability and heat resistance. Among them, those with particularly high performance are called "super engineering plastics" and are used for industrial parts that require high functions
Properties of Engineering Plastics
  • Abrasion resistance.
  • Chemical resistance.
  • Dimensional stability.
  • Electrical properties.
  • Flammability.
  • Food compatibility.
  • Impact strength.
  • Min/Max operating temperature (Thermal Resistance)

Examples of engineering plastics include polyamides (PA, nylons), used for skis and ski boots; polycarbonates (PC), used in motorcycle helmets and optical discs; and poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA, major brand names acrylic glass and plexiglass), used e.g. for taillights and protective shields

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