Thermoplastics

Thermoplastics, of course, can be plastically deformed in a defined temperature range. Depending on the need, a variety of different processing methods are used to achieve this, e.g. extrusion, injection moulding, rotational moulding, deep-drawing and fibre spinning. The materials used in the process are just as varied: Polyamide (PA), polyolefins (PP,PE), polycarbonate (PC), polyester (PET) as well as many others.

ACMOS has developed a product line for these applications which is no less comprehensive. With these ACMOS products, processors have classic spray solutions, internal release agents, semi-permanent or permanent mould coatings at their command.

In contrast to thermoplastics, duroplastics are non-fusible after the manufacturing process and are, therefore, no longer malleable. ACMOS even has customised product solutions for this specialised market.

Product Development and our local Account Manager look forward to receiving your requirements.

Thermoplastics

Thermoplastics, of course, can be plastically deformed in a defined temperature range. Depending on the need, a variety of different processing methods are used to achieve this, e.g. extrusion, injection moulding, rotational moulding, deep-drawing and fibre spinning. The materials used in the process are just as varied: Polyamide (PA), polyolefins (PP,PE), polycarbonate (PC), polyester (PET) as well as many others.

ACMOS has developed a product line for these applications which is no less comprehensive. With these ACMOS products, processors have classic spray solutions, internal release agents, semi-permanent or permanent mould coatings at their command.

In contrast to thermoplastics, duroplastics are non-fusible after the manufacturing process and are, therefore, no longer malleable. ACMOS even has customised product solutions for this specialised market.

Product Development and our local Account Manager look forward to receiving your requirements.