Transparent, reinforced, heat resistant, high-impact
Mepol Meplen® PP mineral filled (CC, talc) or reinforced (GF, CF) compounds are typically used for the widest range of industrial components, household appliance, furniture sector, sports equipment, toys, consumer items where high structural strength and stiffness at affordable prices are required.
Lotte Starex® ABS, MABS, SAN and Infino® PC, PC alloys - transparent, general purpose and heat resistant virgin resins and compounds - are used for the injection moulding and extrusion in construction, E+E (adaptors, batteries, TV housing), home and office appliances (housings, washing machine covers, refrigerator lining), furniture and design, eyewear, sport equipment, toys.
Applications on sheet extrusion are available at the Section “EXTRUSION, FOAMING, THERMOFORMING, SHOES (NON-PACKAGING)”.
High impact Starex® ABS/GF is used for its excellent flexural modulus and dimensional stability in e.g. E+E (printers, frames for TV sets, monitors), home and office appliances (housing for air conditioning, wheels for chairs and trolleys, etc.), sanitaries (WC toilet tables, etc.), sport equipment (helmets, skies), etc. High impact Infino® PC/CF and PC/GF is used e.g. for mobile handsets, digital cameras, speakers, laptops, TV sets, printers.
Hyperfilled, impact modified and heat resistant polyolefin and styrenic compounds are also available at Mesgo with Altair® PE, Avior® PP or Izar® PS and ABS. Mesgo also developed a specific Avior® PP/GF compound range with narrow length distribution for esthetic applications also requiring good mechanical performance (e.g. home and office chairs).
Poliblend Politer® PBT and Polipom® Homo and Copo POM standard range includes GF, GB-reinforced and impact modified compounds.
PE, PP, EVA, EMA, EEA, EBA, ABS, PC, PA, TPE and various compounds, off-specs, slow moving from the major world producers are regularly available at Speedy Polymers with advantageous prices.
Special paragraphs are also dedicated to filled and reinforced Polyamides and Eco-recycled Compounds later in this Section