Jamplast offers an extreme range of engineering grade plastic. To find the right material for your application check out the types below:
Polyester TPUs have better physical characteristics and oil resistance, while polyether TPUs have better hydrolytic stability
TPEs are a family of polymers that can be repeatedly stretched without permanently deforming the shape of the part.
SAN is a material that has excellent chemical resistance, high flexural strength, good appearance and colorability, low impact, and it is processed very easily.
PPO is a resin with high glass-transition temperature and high melt point that gives it heat resistance.
Acrylic is a useful, clear weatherable plastic that resembles glass.
PC/PET is a thermoplastic alloy that combines the excellent impact/toughness of polycarbonate with PET to create a unique set of properties for highly demanding applications.
PC is characterized by excellent impact strength, glass-like transparency, and high dimensional stability.
PC/ABS is available in a range of engineering-grade blends that provide better mechanical performance than ABS and greater processing ease than PC.
PBT is a semicrystalline engineering-grade thermoplastic that resists moisture and a range of chemicals, and can achieve relatively high levels of izod impact strength through the use of impact modifiers.
Nylon is one of the earliest-developed thermoplastic engineering resins in use worldwide, with outstanding properties, including high tensile strength and good resistance to creep.
ASA is a two-phase thermoplastic material combining styrene-acrylonitrile copolymer and acrylic rubber, giving it excellent weather resistance.
Acetal is a highly crystalline thermoplastic engineering resin that offers high mechanical properties and resists many chemicals.
ABS is the most widely used thermoplastic today, having has excellent surface appearance, strength and stiffness, toughness and chemical resistance—as well as its processing ease and versatility.
The corresponding data sheets for these products are on the RESOURCE PAGE.