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Engineered Plastic Products

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  • DUPONT™ KAPTON® HN (POLYIMIDE)

    Dupont™ Kapton® HN is an all purpose standard grade Dupont™ Kapton® which excels in low and high temperature environments. It can be laminated, metallized, punched, formed, or adhesive coated.

  • FEP (FLUORONATED ETHYLENE PROPYLENE)

    FEP offers the lowest refractive index of all thermoplastics. Its weatherability also makes it an excellent resistor to ozone and sunlight. FEP’s properties make it ideal for use in tubing with thin walls that can be mechanically expanded or heat shrunk. FEP can be heat sealed, thermoformed, welded, vacuum formed, heat bonded, metallized, laminated, and used as a hot-melt adhesive.

  • HDPE (HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE)

    HDPE offers excellent impact resistance, is lightweight, has low moisture absorption, and has high tensile strength. It is also non-toxic, non-staining, and meets FDA and USDA certification. This makes HDPE ideal for food processing.

  • LDPE (LOW DENSITY POLYETHYLENE)

    LDPE is a thermoplastic that belongs to the polyolefin group of materials. LDPE is an extruded material that is characterized by good flexibility and resilience, good corrosion resistance and low moisture permeability, low heat resistance, low-temperature impact resistance, and clarity when in film form. 

  • MYLAR® A (POLYESTER FILM)

    Mylar® A is a grade of DuPont’s trade name for polyester film. Mylar® is a tough, flexible, general-purpose film that has a rough surface to provide ease of handling, good adhesion, and processability. Mylar® A has balanced tensile properties and excellent resistance to moisture and most chemicals. 

  • PFA (PERFLUOROALKOXY)

    PFA is preferred over FEP when extended service is required in hostile environments that involve chemical, thermal, and mechanical stress. It offers high melt strength, stability at high temperatures, excellent crack and stress resistance, a low coefficient of friction, and more than 10x the flex life of FEP. 

  • POLYCARBONATE (UNFILLED)

    Unfilled polycarbonate is a high-molecular weight amorphous engineering thermoplastic. This tough and transparent material is unmatched in clarity and ability to withstand high impact over a wide range of temperatures. 

  • POLYPROPYLENE (CO-POLYMER) – PPC

    Polypropylene copolymer is a little bit softer and more pliable than the homopolymer but has better impact strength and is more durable. It is also more stress crack resistant and is tougher at lower temperatures. It can run in the temperature range -20º to 180º F. PPC is very versatile and inexpensive. Its lower rigidity is ideal for use in automotive tanks to prevent cracking from road vibration, and orthotic devices.

  • POLYPROPYLENE (HOMOPOLYMER) – PPH

    Polypropylene homopolymer is the most utilized polypropylene. PPH is more rigid and stronger than the copolymer. It can run in the temperature range 30º to 180º F. It has good weldibility, has high performance in thermoforming, has good chemical resistance, and is also USDA, FDA, NSF, and 3-A Dairy compliant in the natural color. 

  • TEFZEL® (ETFE – ETHYLENE TETRAFLUOROETHYLENE)

    Tefzel® is DuPont’s brand name for the material called ETFE (Ethylene TetraFluoroEthylene). ETFE belongs to the fluoropolymer family. Fluoropolymers in general are known to have high chemical resistance, a wide range of operating temperatures, resistance to weathering, low friction, and electrical and thermal insulation.

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