Materials

Tornillos no-metálicos de precisión como los producidos en Plásticos Industriales Volt pueden reducir significativamente el peso, el costo, y las complejidades para montar para sus proyectos. Porque estos polímeros versátiles son ligeros, no-magnéticos, no corrosivos, no tóxicos, no inflamables, no abrasivos, no conductivos, y resistentes al calor, son invaluables para usos en que la resistencia a la alta tensión no sea el requisito principal. 

Y cuando usted considera que estas características pueden estar mejoradas por adiciones de químicos y fibras para aumentar la fuerza, la flexibilidad, o la resistencia a la temperatura y a rayos UV, es fácil entender porque los plásticos son tan atractivos.

En VIP, nuestros artesanos especializados pueden producir eficientemente formas de tornillos personalizadas en una amplia variedad de materiales para lograr una ductilidad o dureza especifica. Además, materiales únicos han agregado una completamente nueva dimensión a la creación y el diseño de componentes. Ahora los plásticos brillan, exhiben colores vivos, tienen texturas suaves y tienen aromas agradables. 

Plásticos Industriales Volt tiene la habilidad de moldear más de 120 materiales diferentes y puede corresponder los colores con aplicaciones específicas. A continuación, hay materiales de uso común para los cuales hay muestras gratis disponibles. Por favor, no dude en llamar para más información sobre estos u otros materiales. ¡Nos encantan los retos!

ABS

This polymer consists of Acrylonitrile, Butadiene and Styrene, which can be combined in different ratios to produce a blend tailored to the customer's specific needs. Acrylonitrile contributes heat stability, chemical and aging resistance. Butadiene contributes low temperature retention, toughness and impact strength. Styrene contributes a glossy finish, rigidity and processing ease. Together, they provide flame retardance, electroplatability and variable gloss finish capability.

Acetal

Acetal resins are odorless, tasteless and nontoxic. Key properties include high strength and rigidity, excellent dimensional stability, fatigue endurance, relatively low moisture absorption and low dynamic and static coefficient of friction. Perhaps the most outstanding feature is acetal's ability to retain these properties across a wide range of adverse conditions including extreme humidity, exposure to solvents and other chemicals and high loading and prolonged cyclic stressing. Acetal is widely used in the automotive, electrical, machinery, equipment and watch making industries.

Aromatic Thermoplastics

Make your product more attractive, pleasant or even more fun with this compound—one that helps you highlight desirable product characteristics and build brand recognition by appealing to a customer's sense of smell. Scented compounds, which incorporate one of hundreds of standard or custom fragrances, emit a pleasant scent. While these fragrances are compatible with most reinforcements and colors, they work best in olefinic resins such as polypropylenes, polyethylenes and olefinic thermoplastic elastomers. They can be injection molded, extruded or blow molded. Fragrances may be retained for up to a year. Generally, the thicker the part, the longer the fragrance will last. Applications for scented compounds include toys, household products, personal care products, medical supplies, cosmetics, automotive interior items, consumer goods, non-FDA parts and air freshening. Scented compounds can also be helpful in offsetting undesirable odors in some applications.

 

Customized Phosphorescent Thermoplastics (Glow-in-the-Dark)

This family of compounds with intriguing, glow-in-the-dark effects, provide product options such as glow duration, intensity and color. Phosphorescent pigments absorb ultraviolet light and slowly emit this energy over time. The effect is best achieved with clear or translucent resin system like elastomers, acrylics, polycarbonates, styrenics and polyolefins. New classes of pigments allow for longer glow life: some compounds can last up to ten times the industry standard. The most effective way to recharge these compounds is to expose them to direct ultraviolet rays. These compounds are perfect for a variety of applications, including electronics, consumer goods, athletic and sporting goods, and safety equipment and signage and are an effective alternate light source to eliminate expensive wiring and lighting systems in applications such as signs, railings, armrests, or automotive instrument panels.

 

TPE Thermoplastic Elastomer Compounds (Rubber like material)

Thermoplastic Elastomer Compounds (TPE) are easily processed in a wide range of parameters for injection molding applications. Features of this material are soft touch, rubbery feel, excellent color ability and good ozone/UV stability. Thermoplastic Elastomer Compounds (TPE) has excellent grip characteristics and is extremely weatherproof. Examples of applications are medical and package tubing, closures and seals, household products, infant and personal care products and PVC replacement.

Kostrate

This new thermoplastic material, which serves as a cost effective alternative to polycarbonate, exhibits exceptional toughness, rigidity and clarity. Kostrate is a significant cost-saving alternative for clear applications where rubber modified polystyrene, polycarbonate and copolymer polyester may have been used. Compared to other clear and engineered materials, Kostrate offers high impact, high flexural and tensile strength.

Nylon

Nylon resins are typically used in applications requiring heat and chemical resistance as well as toughness. Some examples include under-the-hood automotive components, electrical connectors for the telecommunications and computer industries and components of medical devices. Nylon products can be found in virtually every industry, and parts in a broad range of colors can be produced with most nylon resins.

Polybutylene

This thermoplastic polymer, such as butyl rubber, of a butylene liquefied petroleum gas, isobutene, butene-1, butene-2 is manufactured in various degrees of elasticity, strength and stability and used for films, coatings, pipes, tubing, fittings and many other services.

Polycarbonate

Polycarbonate resin is one of the toughest, most versatile engineering thermoplastics, combining outstanding electrical insulation properties, performance history and economic advantages over other thermoplastics, metals, glass and other materials. Polycarbonate resin is widely used in the appliance, automotive, packaging, electrical and electronic industries and is available with a variety of additive options which enhance UV stabilization, flame and heat resistance, impact strength, dimensional stability and optical quality.

Polyethylene

Polyethylene is a partially crystalline, lightweight thermoplastic, polymerized from ethylene gas at controlled temperatures and pressures. It is tough, heat stable, flexible and has a wax-like feel. Polyethylene is used in many applications because of its moisture barrier properties, superior optics, salability, toughness and outstanding electrical properties.

Polypropylene

Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer with low specific gravity and good resistance to chemicals and fatigue. It can be readily colored, has adequate tensile strength and proven resistance to acids, alkalis and solvents. It also has low permeability to water, is unaffected by bacteria or fungus and has good electrical resistance. Chemical and fiber additions produce improved impact and UV resistance, increased flexibility and anti-static control, strength, excellent end product durability and performance.

Polystyrene

Polystyrene (or Styrene) advanced performance resins are crystal-clear, resist moisture, stable when exposed to radiation, can be uniformly colored, have attractive light transmission capabilities, dimensional stability, high tensile and flexible.

Color Availability

Over 75 stocked in house colors Unlimited color match capability

 

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