Raw Material
Properties

The chemical properties and the chemical resistance of raw materials being used in the construction of our products are presented in the following tables.

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The informative tables above are based on manufacturer’s tests and are provided as reference. It is advised to make tests on samples of the product according to the actual service conditions.


Below are presented the main characteristics of the raw material that out products we use for our production:

ABS is a thermoplastic copolymer of several chemical substances, the blending proportion of which leads to its properties. It combines impact strength and toughness, good operating temperature range, dimensional stability, chemical resistance, electrical insulation properties and can be injection molded or extruded.

HDPE (High Density Polyethylene ) is a thermoplastic made by catalytic polymerization of ethylene. It is prefered for its hardness, low water absorption, excellent chemical resistance and excellent insulating properties.

PC (polycarbonate) is among the most durable thermoplastics. It is highly transparent and resistant to a variety of chemicals. Being a good electric insulator and having flame retardant properties, it is used in various products associated with electrical and telecommunications hardware.

PP (polypropylene) is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide variety of applications. It provides an attractive combination of toughness, impact resistance and high heat resistance. It is unusually resistant to many chemical solvents, bases and acids, and also has very high melting point.

PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is a thermoplastic polymer widely used in construction because it is biologically and chemically resistant and easily customizable. By adding modifiers, plasticizers and stabilizers, PVC can obtain the desirable properties for all type of applications.