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Our range of Engineering Plastics and Laminates can be used in many applications in consideration of their specific characteristics and performance in certain conditions such as temperature, wear, stress loading, electrical requirements and other variables.

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Our range of products include a host of highly-developed materials such as Acetal, Nylon, PE1000, PEEK and PTFE. 

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Our range of products includes a host of highly-developed materials such as PTFE, SRBP, Nylon 6, and Acetal.

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Take a 'peek': An insight into PEEK

PEEK, the commonly used abbreviation for PolyEtherEtherKetone, is a semi-crystalline engineering thermoplastic. It is considered to be fairly advanced compared to other engineering plastics due to its very high maximum allowable service temperature in air. Its unique combination of high mechanical properties, temperature resistance and excellent chemical resistance make it the most popular advanced plastic material on the market.

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The Use of Plastic in Semiconductor and Electrical Applications

Semiconductors are what have made most of today’s technological advances possible, from the internet to smartphones, they have enabled engineering breakthrough products.

Typically, silicon has been used as the ‘go-to’ material in all things electronic due to its excellent semi-conductivity.

However, as a result of an increasingly competitive market, the need for a better, faster, stronger material has arisen. As plastics are typically insulators, they seem an unlikely candidate for use in semiconductor / electrical applications. However, in recent years, the composition of some plastic materials has been adapted to make these plastic materials behave as conductors or semi-conductors as opposed to insulators.

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