Plastics are a group of synthetic materials made from a polymer that is derived from a combination of resins. They are commonly used in the manufacturing of a wide range of products due to their unique properties, including flexibility, toughness, durability, and resistance to moisture, chemicals, and temperature changes. Plastics can be processed using various methods such as injection moulding, casting, and foaming to produce materials with different textures, shapes, and densities. In the automotive industry, plastics are used in the manufacturing of car interiors, dashboards, and seat cushions. In construction, they are used as insulation and soundproofing materials, while in the medical industry, they are utilized in the production of prosthetics and orthotics.
Overall, PU plastics offer a high level of versatility and performance, making them ideal for a wide range of applications. However, it is important to note that PU plastics can release toxic fumes when burned, so proper handling and disposal methods are necessary. Engineering plastics have a wide range that mainly covers Nylon, PP, HDPE, PVC, Polyacetal, etc. Any customized industrial component can be developed in a combination of plastic and colour as per specifications.