Plastic

Engineering plastics posses unique thermal and mechanical properties that sets them apart from commercial plastics. Some of the most popular engineering plastics are polystyrene, PVC, polyethylene and polypropylene. Engineering plastics are slowly replacing traditional engineering materials due to their superior properties. They are easy to manufacture, and being synthetic in nature it is easy to procure and fabricate the raw materials required to produce these plastics. They find uses in a wide variety of industries and applications from helmets and boots to car bumpers and dash boards. They are also used to manufacture mechanical equipments and support apparatus.