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.
You can browse our products by selecting a category below:
Differences and similarities: Acetal C and Acetal H
Within the plastic family, Acetal is a common name given to a family of thermoplastics. Its chemical name is known to be: "PolyOxyMethylene", or POM. Acetal is usually available in two resins: Copolymer acetal (POM-C), and homopolymer acetal (POM-H); commonly called Delrin®. At Ai Plastics, we offer both grades, in different sizes, cut to size.
Nylatron: The Difference Between Nylon GS and Nylon GSM
Nylon can be used as a replacement for bronze, aluminum, steel and other metals, especially in bearing and wear applications. As a grade, nylon offers excellent wear resistance, high tensile strength as well as a high heat distortion temperature.
This blog will cover the various similarities and differences found between Nylon GS and Nylon GSM.