Extreme Plastics surpass new Standards
New Generation Thermoplastics are used extensively throughout the electronics and semiconductor industries, especially where high-temperature insulation is required. These new Thermoplastic Compounds are exceptionally pure, dimensionally stable at high and low temperatures, and provide specific electrical properties for every application.
These innovative materials continue to replace metal, ceramic and thermoset plastic parts because of their wider versatility.
New Generation Thermoplastic Materials:
- Survive repeated and severe electrical surges
- Wear longer, thus reducing blackouts and repair downtime
- Satisfy tougher application requirements
- Outwear standard materials by a factor of 10 or more, keeping equipment in service longer
- Hold precise tolerances on dimensions over wide temperature variances under load
- Survive a broad range of chemicals and temperatures
New Thermoplastic Materials include:
- Virgin PTFE and PTFE Compounds
- Polyurethane based on Polyester and Polyether
- PVC Compounds incorporating UPVC, FPVC and CPVC
- TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomers)
- High Temperature Silicone Rubber