Polyamide (PA)

Polyamide, also known as nylon, is a semi-crystalline polymer named after its amide units. It has a wide range of thermal, chemical, electrical and mechanical properties, including volumetric strength, thermal stability at high temperatures and oxygen barrier properties.

Features

Fatigue resistance
Good dielectric properties
High resistance to thermic deformation
High tenacity
Resistance to chemical substances

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Polyethylen (PE)

Polyethylene is a thermoplastic of the olefin family, consisting of repeating ethylene units. Chemically, it is considered to be the polymer with the simpleststructure and is characterised by its flexibility and strength.

Polypropylene (PP)

Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer obtained from the polymerisation ofpropylene, a by-product of petroleum refining. It is divided into three main groups: Polypropylene copolymer, Polypropylene homopolymer and Polypropylene copolymer random. PP is the basic plastic with the lowest density, between 0.895 and 0.92 g/cm3, and is characterised by its mechanical properties, its high resistance to various acids, chemical solvents, and its dual task as a plastic and as a fibre.

Polystyrene terephthalate (PET)

Polystyrene terephthalate, better known as PET, is a linear thermoplastic polymer, belonging to the polyester group, which is obtained from the polycondensation of ethylene glycol and terephthalic acid. It is characterised by its high resistance to wear and corrosion, as well as its high degree of transparency and crystallinity.