Polycarbonate high transparent plastic eliminates "fish eyes"
according to Nazareth, Pennsylvania, USA, speck plastic company has integrated its production process and has successfully molded transparent plastic parts for customers. In some cases where glass cannot be used due to fracture risk or other safety considerations, The company can color through quarterman said: "We use polycarbonate as a substitute for the industrial waste that is supposed to enter the landfill. Polycarbonate is famous for its trade names Lexan and Makrolon. For example, loose polycarbonate can be used in many different fields, but in each application field, the main characteristics of polycarbonate are used: high impact resistance, high temperature resistance and optical properties. The challenge of its application is to find a material that can be picky based on this Manufacturers of industrial components. Due to its easy scratching, blistering and "fish eye" defects, many other manufacturers deliberately avoid the production of polycarbonate
speck plastics takes additional production steps to produce high-quality polycarbonate parts for customers in its qual assure (quality assurance). Polycarbonate plates are heated to ensure that there are no defects, and speck's new white glove (some kind of freight service from FedEx) transportation department will carefully overlap the parts to ensure that the products are not scratched when they arrive. "We just adjusted our machinery and production process to meet customers' requirements for transparent plastic parts while ensuring high-quality products." Said Walt speck, President of speck plastics. Speck plastics uses not only polycarbonate to produce plastic parts, but also acrylic acid and PETG (polyethylene terephthalate-1,4-cyclohexanedimethylester). Speck plastics' transparent plastic parts are used in many fields, from helicopter windshields to coffee vending machine storage rooms to mechanical covers
polycarbonate, commonly abbreviated as PC, is a colorless and transparent amorphous thermoplastic material, whose name comes from its internal CO3 group. Polycarbonate is resistant to acid and oil, ultraviolet light and strong alkali. Polycarbonate is colorless, transparent, heat-resistant and impact resistant. Its latent change and height exceed American Society for testing and materials (ASTM) standards d2221 and d6653 respectively, and it is flame retardant. It has good mechanical properties at ordinary service temperature. Compared with polymethylmethacrylate, polycarbonate has good impact resistance, high refractive index and good processability. It has UL94 V-0 flame retardancy without additives. However, the price of polymethylmethacrylate is lower than that of polycarbonate, and large-scale devices can be produced by bulk polymerization. With the increasing expansion of the production scale of polycarbonate, the price difference between polycarbonate and polymethyl methacrylate is becoming smaller and smaller, which is different from the electronic UTM experimental machine used in static testing. Polycarbonate has poor wear resistance. Some polycarbonate devices used for wear-resistant applications need special surface treatment. Polycarbonate is a common material in daily life. Due to its colorless transparency and excellent impact resistance, common daily applications include optical discs, eye pieces, water bottles, bulletproof glass, goggles, bank bullet proof glass, headlights, etc., animal cages, pet cages
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