Our specialty plastics line have unique properties or characteristics that make them suitable for specific applications. These plastics can be used in a wide range of industries, including packaging, construction, automotive, aerospace, and many others. Some examples of specialty plastics include:
Aluminum is a lightweight, corrosion-resistant metal that is often used in specialty plastic applications due to its strength and durability. It is commonly used in packaging and construction materials, as well as in automotive and aerospace applications.
Rigid vinyl is a type of plastic that is strong and rigid, making it suitable for use in a variety of applications including construction materials, pipes, and siding. It is also resistant to weathering and UV radiation, making it a good choice for outdoor use.
Paperboards are a type of specialty plastic made from paper pulp that has been treated and pressed to create a sturdy, rigid material. They are often used in packaging and printing applications, as well as in the manufacturing of products such as boxes and containers.