Plastic sliding plates
Plastics can be divided into various categories. Our main field of expertise is technical plastics, which can be divided into different categories:
- Basic plastic
- Engineering plastic
- High performance plastic
Depending on the production methods, the physical and chemical characteristics of the plastic material can be influenced, to meet the needs of specific applications, including plastic sliding plates. Plastic sliding plates can be produced from high-performance plastic such as Peek. For parts not exposed to such high loads, such as guide strips or buffer strips, it is also possible to use Nylon or PE1000 material.
Plastic sheets can be used in almost all applications where movement, support or guidance are required. However, to guarantee the perfect performance of the product, it is important to consider the characteristics required.
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Technical plastics are available in a number of variants. Each variant has its own unique characteristics to meet the needs of a specific application. The following plastic types are commonly used in industrial applications:
- Nylon (PA6G) or polyamide
- PE1000 (UHMWPE) or polyethylene
- Teflon (PTFE) or polytetrafluoroethylene
- POM (polyoxymethylene) or polyacetal
- Peek or polyether ether ketone
We can produce tailor-made solutions for practically every specific application from sheet material and tube/rod material. We also supply unmachined material to clients with their own machining facilities.
Uses of Plastic sliding plates
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