1. APPLICATIONS AND KEY FEATURES OF CARBON FIBRE EFFECT ABS PLASTIC SHEETS

    Black ABS Carbon Fibre Effect Plastic Sheet

    Applications and Key Features of ABS Carbon Fibre Effect Plastic Sheets


    Carbon Fibre Effect ABS plastic sheets are one of the most versatile thermoplastic sheets available, particularly amongst the tough and thick gauge plastic sheets for thermoforming. With its UV stability, durability and high-tech look, it is ideal for automotive and machine components.

    The front face is foiled with a printed carbon fibre effect, showcasing a high-end, embossed finish.

    Key features of Carbon Fibre Effect ABS:

    • High impact strength and rigidity
    • Strong resistance to chemical corrosion
    • Excellent abrasion / scratch resistance
    • Excellent electrical properties
    • UV stable
    • Easily machined to close tolerances by drilling, die-cutting, sawing, turning, milling or shearing.
    • Ideal plastic for vacuum forming and fabrication
    • Available
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  2. RECYCLED PLASTIC SHEETS - EARTH DAY 2022

    Earth Day 2022

    Recycled Plastic Sheets - Earth Day 2022


    Earth Day is celebrated annually on 22nd April and is designed to raise awareness and demonstrate support for environmental protection.  This year's theme is "invest in our planet" and as we all need to play our part, we have taken steps to ensure we can provide our customers with eco-friendly plastic sheet alternatives. With recycled plastic sheets now available in HIPS, ABS, PETG and ViPrint there is every reason to choose a more environmentally sound product.

    Recycled High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS) Plastic Sheets

    Our Recycled High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS) is manufactured from post-industrial waste and is 100% recycled. It is lightweight with high impact strength and not only is it 100% recycled but it is also fully recyclable.  Strong and consistent, recycled

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  3. APPLICATIONS AND KEY FEATURES OF POLYCARBONATE PLASTIC SHEETS

    Polycarbonate plastic sheets
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