We have access to an array of rigid, rubber and corrugated plastics that we utilize for creating custom packaging and component applications for the defense industry:
A thermoplastic known for lightness, rigidity and moldability. It comes in conductive and anti static grades, and is often used for material handling applications and housings for computer systems.
Amorphous polyester material, rigid and clear, typically used for high volume, thin gauge packaging.
Polyethylene Terephthalate is clear, tough, and has excellent gas and moisture barrier properties. It's commonly used in soft drink bottles, injection molded consumer product containers, and both food and non-food containers.
A clear, tough, thermoplastic material that is easy to thermoform. It is ideal for medical applications because it stands up to radiation and chemical sterilization techniques without changing color.
A typically clear thermoplastic used for high temperature applications such as shatterproof windows, lightweight eyeglass lenses, and strong food service containers.
A strong material with excellent chemical resistance and a high melting point, excellent for hot-fill liquids, flexible rigid packaging, and large molded parts for automotive and consumer products.
Neoprene and silicone are examples of sponge rubber, known for its excellent flotation, shock resistance, sound absorption, insulating and weight-to-strength properties. It is used extensively in the automotive manufacturing industry with gasket, seals and NVH applications.
Made of polyethylene or polypropylene, this is an extruded material that resembles corrugated cardboard. Corrugated plastic is often thin, but offers strong structural integrity. It is used often to manufacturing material handling packaging solutions.