Chemicals easily eat through many materials, but they’ve met their match with plastics. The right plastics can ensure a safe, durable, long-lasting perforance even under the harshest conditions.

Environmental and Safety:

Considering the total carbon footprint, including costs of raw materials, manufacture, transport, fabricate, install, maintain, plastics compare favorably with more traditional materials. Also, plastics are safer to handle and install. When you consider that most plastics are readily recyclable, they can become the most environmentally responsible and safest choice for many demanding chemical applications.



·         Laboratory equipment

·         Municipal water and wastewater industry piping

·         Drain-waste-vent systems

·         Fume hoods and ducting

·         Pump and valve components

·         Renal care facilities

·         Pharmaceutical, biopharm and medical research

·         High purity semiconductor industry

·         HPLC tubing and valve components

·         Lab countertops or other processing areas

·         Chemical containers, storage or retention

·         Plating tanks, barrels, parts

·         Safety barriers, such as eye shields, face shields

·         Pulp and paper bleaching

·         Metals preparation and mining

·         Fuel (underground transport and

·         holding systems)

·         Gaskets, seals and spacers

·         Food, dairy and beverage

·         Piping

·         Tank and tanker linings

·         Wall linings

  • PTFE - Teflon

    PTFE - Teflon

    PTFE material (chemically known as Polytetrafluoroethylene, colloquially referred to as Teflon®) is a semi crystalline fluoropolymer with many unique characteristics. This fluoropolymer has unusually high...
    $35.85 - $801.25
  • FRP


    Fiberglass reinforced panels (FRP) are thin, flexible plastic panels made of strong polyester resin reinforced with fiberglass. They are used on walls and ceilings and can be installed directly over drywall, wood, concrete block, and many other solid...
  • CPVC


    Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride (CPVC) is a high temperature thermoplastic. CPVC differs from PVC in that CPVC is a PVC homopolymer that has been subjected to a chlorination reaction. The additional chlorine molecules increase CPVC heat resistance...
  • UHMW Polyethylene UHMW Polyethylene

    UHMW Polyethylene

    UHMW, also known as UHMW-PE (Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene). It is categorized as an engineering material, and offers a unique combination of wear and corrosion resistance, a low-friction surface, and high impact strength. It will outlast...
    $219.36 - $1,715.78