Plastic Raw Materials



A versatile polymer thermoplastic polymer that can be used both as a plastic and as a fiber in virtually all of the plastic end-use markets.


A clear, strong and lightweight plastic also the most common thermoplastic polymer used in fibers for clothing, containers for liquids and foods, and thermoforming for manufacturing.


Most common type of consumer plastic used in many everyday materials. A thermoplastic product that can be melted into a liquid and then cooled back into a solid.


Clear plastic material with great strength, stiffness, and optical clarity. Easy to manufacture, adheres well to adhesives, and is easy to thermoform along with better weather resistance.


Thermoplastic produced by the chlorination of polyvinyl chloride. Used for water pipes and industrial liquid handling.


A type of synthetic rubber that is incredibly durable and flexible. Used for windows and door seals, cooling system hoses, and cold rooms amongst many other uses.

Filler Masterbatches

Most commonly used plastic filler in the plastics industry used in the manufacture and processing of plastic products. Used to reduce costs, increase productivity and shape the end product.


Solid additive used for colouring or imparting other properties to plastics. Masterbatches allow processors to economically color raw polymers.


A solid chemical compound that allows for plastics to have a much wider range of properties. It has a well-defined chemical composition that occurs naturally in pure form.


A silk-like thermoplastic, commonly made from petroleum, that can be melt-processed into fibers, films, or shapes. Widely used in daily life applications as well as industries.


A substance that is added to a material to make it softer and more flexible, to increase its plasticity, to decrease its viscosity, and/or to decrease friction during its handling in manufacture.

Poly Vinyl Chloride

Economic and versatile, PVC is the world’s third most widely produced synthetic polymer of plastic used widely in the building and construction industry.


Incredibly useful plastic for applications that require transparency and high impact resistance. It is a lighter alternative to glass and a natural UV filter.


A widely malleable plastic, it can be tailored to be either rigid or flexible. Polyurethane is the material of choice for a wide range of applications such as the insulation of refrigerators.


Economical plastics also called styrenic polymers, with styrene as their key building block. They have a wide range of applications from packaging to medical and optical devices.

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