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Polypropylene (PP)

is a polymer,
a thermoplastic that is used for the packaging of products
in fabrics, in raincoats, in footwear, in parachute fabric, in shoe cleaning rugs, in the mats that are placed on tables and bedside tables, in shoe cleaning brushes, in sweeping brooms. Other examples, in the manufacture of sound speakers, in car parts such as windshield wipers, in plastic parts that fit together for bearing or gear, in wiring pipes and protection cables, in handles to open and close doors and windows, in radiator grids, all kinds of containers, precision laboratory equipment, in football helmets, in the seats of sports stadiums, in ski bindings, in cellophane, in light switches, in connectors and even for inks.

Usually, the level of crystallinity of the polypropylene that is commercialized ranges between LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) and HDPE (High Density Polyethylene). In competition with Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), PP is commonly used as an industrial engineering plastic material due to its strength and flexibility.

In addition, polypropylene has a reasonable price and looks translucent when it is not coloured. Still, we should take into account that it is not a transparent plastic in the same way other common types are, such as polystyrene or acrylic. And it is also appreciated for its fatigue resistance property.


(PS) is a thermoplastic polymer that is achieved through the polymerization
of styrene.Its main characteristics are that it is a hard plastic and, in addition, transparent. It is currently one of the most popular and used thermoplastic types in the industrial sector. Polystyrene has four different types: glass (being rigid, transparent and very breakable); high impact (opaque and resistant); expanded (very light compared to the other types); and extrusion (similar to expanded polystyrene but waterproof and quite dense).

The most frequent uses are as a component of yoghurt tubs, in containers for dairy products such as milk or cheese, in meat trays served in supermarkets, in cartons containing eggs, as plastic cutlery whether disposable or not, as part of the protective packaging of toys and electronic material, as an effective insulator, as a container lid, in cups and bottles, in tape cassettes (compact cassette), in compact discs (CD), in toys and in showers.


Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene

(ABS) is an amorphous thermoplastic that is very resistant
to shock and is widely used in the automotive sector. It is a clear example of plastic material design through chemical engineering, aiming to get plastic compounds from materials that already exist, instead of developing totally new materials.

The acrylonitrile blocks are those that provide the properties of rigidity, resistance to possible chemical aggressions, stability against high temperatures and their characteristic hardness. These attributions are highly valued in the industrial sector, especially to be part of heavy equipment or electronic systems.

Los bloques del elastómero butadieno son los que otorgan su característica más destacada de tenacidad frente a cualquier temperatura, ya sea alta o baja, manteniéndose tenaz incluso a 40 grados centígrados (celsius) bajo cero. Esta propiedad resulta muy apreciada, sobretodo, en ambientes fríos, donde la mayoría de los materiales plásticos pierden su dureza y se vuelven quebradizos. Los bloques de estireno son los que aportan sus características de resistencia mecánica y particular rigidez.

The blocks of butadiene elastomer are those that give their outstanding characteristic of tenacity against any temperature, either high or low, remaining tenacious even at 40 degrees Celsius (Celsius) below zero. This property is very appreciated, especially in cold environments, where most plastic materials lose their hardness and become fragile. The styrene blocks are those that provide their characteristics of mechanical strength and particular rigidity.

The union of all these features is called synergy, because the resulting final product contains even better properties than the sum of the characteristics separately. It is hard and rigid, its chemical resistance is more than acceptable, it has good dimensional stability due to its low water absorption, it has a high resistance to abrasion, and in addition, it can be easily coated with a metal layer. It is also used in alloys with other plastics, with their union to transmit part of their properties. For example, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) is combined with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) to achieve a plastic with greater resistance to flame, highly valued in the construction of televisions. And you can also add Polytetrafluorostylene (PTFE) to lower your final coefficient of friction.

Among its most common uses, we find ABS plastic in the covers of lawn mowers in the garden, in the boxes that wrap medicines, in compressors, in nebulizers, in home vacuum cleaners, in razors, in the refrigerator coatings at home, in the panels that control some devices, on the rear light boxes of the cars, in the wheel rims, in the vehicle’s ailerons, as part of the safety belts for driving, in seats of means of transport, in the coverings of the doors and the handles, in the television sets, in the sanitary piping industry, in the casings of all types of household appliances, mobile and fixed telephones, and computers, in the suitcases and even in the protective sports helmets.

Linear Low Intensity Polyethylenel

is a linear polymer with multiple short chains,
unlike regular low density polymers, which have multiple long chains. Its acronym in English stands for ‘Linear Low Density PolyEthylene’ (LLDPE), or in Spanish ‘Politetileno de baja intensidad lineal’ (PEBDL). Typically, linear low density polyethylene is generated at much lower temperatures and pressures by copolymerization of ethylene together with butene, hexene or octene. The result of this process results in LLDPE polymer, which represents a lower molecular weight distribution than that of LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene).
Among the main features of LLDPE, especially compared to LDPE thermoplastic (Low Density Polyethylene), it stands out that it shows a greater tensile strength, a greater impact resistance, especially at low temperature, and also a greater resistance to the possible drilling, especially very low cost compared to other plastic materials, excellent chemical resistance, is very simple to generate, very low water absorption. It has great electrical insulating properties. It is approved by the demanding American standards from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It has great flexibility, also has good mechanical properties. It is very flexible, lengthens under stress and also offers good resistance to ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
It usually appears in plastic bags and sheets, in plastic wrappers, in the lining of electrical cables, in pipes and in water hoses, in multiple household products, in the films that accompany the packaging of food, in garbage bags, in bottles containing pharmaceutical products, in the most flexible pipes, as the main element of geomembranes (geosynthetic sheets to ensure tightness), in buckets and even in toys.

High density polyethylene

is a polymer that belongs to the family of
of olefinic polymers,a thermoplastic polymer formed by repeated units of ethylene. Its acronym in English HDPE stands for ‘High Density PolyEthylene’ or PEAD ‘Polietileno de alta densidad’ in Spanish. Its structure is linear, without ramifications. It stands out for resisting water at one hundred degrees Celsius and most of the common solvents, for not being attacked by acid, for its excellent properties in electrical insulation, with its very low water absorption, for having a cost and a very low production difficulty, present an excellent chemical resistance, also a good resistance to low temperatures, excellent resistance to fuels, high tensile strength, for its very good impact resistance, to comply with the Government Agency of the United States responsible for food and drug regulation (FDA), for being flexible even at low temperatures, for being more rigid than low density polyethylene and for being solid, colourless, almost opaque, very light and tenacious.

Among its most common uses is in household items such as cutlery, plates and glasses, bottles of fruit or milk juices, bleach bottles, cleaners and almost all shampoos, detergent and chlorine containers, lids for food containers, bulk industrial containers, waste containers, ice boxes, fuel tanks, toys, in fabric manufacturing, networks that pack fruits and vegetables, gas pipes, water, sewage, drainage, sea drains, industrial applications, protection of cables and steel tubes coating, film for greenhouses and other typically agricultural uses, sacks and bags of plastic and also power wire sheets and for telecommunications.


(PVC) eis a thermoplastic polymer, the third most manufactured plastic in the world
only behind Polyethylene (PE) and Polypropylene (PP). Its most appreciated property is to be compatible with many types of additives, which gives it great versatility. For example, it can be rigid or flexible, if we add plasticizers. It also stands out for its high biological and chemical resistance, as well as being waterproof. It has very good properties as an electrical insulator, and offers good impact resistance.

It is widely used in the building construction sector because it is cheap, long-lasting and very easy to assemble. In windows and doors, as thermal insulation, in pipes, in the cable sheathing and in insulation. It is also widely used in the transport sector, in packaging, in tubes for medical use, flanges, cuvettes, cable glands, pumps, valves, seals, caps or synthetic leather products.

Methylene Polyoxide,

, also called Polyacetal or Poliformaldehyde, is
a crystalline thermoplastic that is used in precision parts that need to take advantage of its high rigidity, low friction and very good dimensional stability properties. They are usually highly rigid and crystalline and, although their natural colour is white, they are often used in colour. Among its advantages are its high mechanical resistance, low coefficient of friction, easy machining, high resistance to possible stress, dimensional stability, high resistance to abrasion and heat, low water absorption, good electrical and dielectric properties and its high resistance to compression and shock, even at low temperatures.

It is usually used in the mechanics and automotive sector. In geared-wheels as transmission components, in carburetor components, as part of the contact pump with hot water or fuel, in the mixer taps, the valves or also the shower heads. In general, they replace precision metal parts such as precision gear wheels, ski bindings, safety systems, knife handles or ball bearings.

Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)

its a
linear and aromatic thermoplastic polymer.
Other names are polyethylene terephthalate, polyethylene terephthalate or polyethylene terephthalate, although it is commonly identified by its acronym in English PET (polyethylene terephthalate).
It is the most popular polyester, covering almost the entire market of carbonated beverage bottles, and also widely used in containers of purified water, oil, preserves, cosmetics, detergents and pharmaceuticals. It is also a synthetic material widely used in the textile industry, as fiber is resistant to wrinkle.

Some of its most valued features are its high resistance to both corrosion and wear. It is an effective barrier against gases, such as carbon dioxide (CO2), dampness or oxygen (O2). It has very good slip coefficient. It is transparent and crystalline, but at the same time admits some colorants. It is compatible with other materials that can also act as a protective barrier, increasing the overall quality and strength of the container. It is very light. It is also inert to the content. It has a high rigidity and also hardness. High chemical resistance. Considerable thermal properties, showing deformation endurance under great heat conditions.

Polycarbonate (PC)

is a thermoplastic polyme
highly valued for being easy to work,
mold and thermoform.
Among its most appreciated features is its high impact resistance, being used for the manufacture of bulletproof glass, police shields, parts in vehicles and anti-scratch windows. Great resistance to temperature, which makes it ideal for operations that require sterilization. It offers great transparency, being very common in drums or jugs of mineral water. It shows good strength and rigidity. Endures thermal deformation. It is a good electrical insulator. It resists very well outdoors, particularly against ultraviolet rays. And it has a low combustibility.

In architecture, it is used in the roofs and vertical enclosures of industrial buildings and pavilions. In agriculture, it is used as a cover for greenhouses. It is also present in photography, cinema and lighting. It is part of computers, typewriters, pens and even rulers. It is the raw material for manufacturing CDs and DVDs. It is found in traffic signs, and is even used as a pastry mold for the production of chocolates and chocolate figures.

Polyamide (PA)

is a thermoplastic synthetic
highly appreciated for its high
mechanical and wear resistance and, at the same time, high rigidity and toughness. Resistant to both shock and deformation with heat and fatigue. It has high resilience, high damping and good sliding properties. It is easy for machining. Its dielectric properties make it an electrical insulator and, in addition, it resists very well against chemical substances such as organic solvents or fuels.

Among its best-known industrial applications, there are those as parts of bushings, skids, pumps, pinions, rollers and sprockets.

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