We extrude a range of Polyethylene (PE) sheet suited for fabrication and thermoforming, and ideal for automotive, utilities and building applications.
Although PP sheet is stronger and more rigid than HDPE (High Density Polyethylene), HDPE sheet is the most widely used thermoplastic polymer for fabricated parts due to its excellent chemical and impact resistance, and electrical properties.
High Density Polyethylene is semi-transparent (translucent), which assists in limiting light entry when storing items that are sensitive to light. HDPE can be a better option to make thermoformed roof parts because it transmits scattered light rather than direct light.
HDPE creates a lower static charge than PP, so it attracts less dust and dirt than PP.
HDPE provides good chemical resistance and UV resistance without adding stabilisation additives making it the ideal plastic sheet for applications where UV resistance is important.
HDPE is also known for its resistance to mildew and corrosion, that is why it is commonly used for a variety of sanitation applications as well as construction applications.