Firstly, we can offer our customers an exceptionally wide range of engineering polymers from all the major global producers.
Our customers mould for many different sectors including: Automotive, Medical, Business machines, Electrical products, Oil & Gas and Household appliances.
What sets us aside from our competition?
Our ability to offer all the major brand names for each polymer type. We can quote exactly the grade you need. However, if your specification allows, we can also give you other grade options. An alternative grade may offer you an improved lead time and help you to avoid a MOQ. Furthermore, most of all, we could improve your price.
Finally, give us a call or complete our polymer search and see how we can help you.
Acrylonitrile Butadine Styrene
One of the original engineering thermoplastics. A classic all-rounder with a good blend of performance and aesthetic properties.
PBT is a strong, hard and stable engineering polymer widely used for electrical applications as an insulator. Part of the Polyester thermoplastics family
Polycarbonate is an excellent engineering polymer. It has a good balance of properties, with good temperature resistance, excellent impact resistance and superb optical properties.
PC/ABS is one of the most widely used engineering polymers, produced from a blend of PC and ABS. It provides a great combination of the very good processing characteristics of ABS along with the excellent mechanical properties, impact and heat resistance of PC.
PMMA is a clear engineering plastic often used as a replacement for glass and has outstanding surface hardness.
POM / Acetal
Polyacetal or Acetal - A fabulously tough engineering polymer with great anti-friction properties.
TPE is the general name for Thermoplastic Elastomer, also referred to as thermoplastic rubber. TPEs really are a unique class of engineering polymer which combine the look and feel of a conventional (thermoset) rubber but with the ease of processing a plastic.