Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) is a semi-crystalline, high-performance engineering thermoplastic. This rigid opaque (grey) material offers a unique combination of mechanical properties, resistance to chemicals, wear, fatigue and creep as well as exceptionally high temperature resistance, up to 260°C (480°F).Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) is a high-performance, engineering thermoplastic characterized by an unusual combination of properties. These properties range from high temperature performance to mechanical strength and excellent chemical resistance.
Nylon is a strong, stiff engineering plastic with outstanding bearing and wears properties. Nylon is frequently used to replace metal bearings and bushings often eliminating the need for external lubrication.
Teflon is a brand name of a chemical coating, polytetrafluoroethylene . It was first made in the 1930s to create a non-reactive, nonstick surface. It's known for its use in cookware, although it can also be used to coat other materials like wires or fabrics to make them waterproof.
POM – also known as acetal or polyacetal – is a highly crystalline, high-performance engineering polymer that displays a broad range of properties, particularly its low coefficient of friction, excellent wear resistance, high modulus and resistance to many solvents and automotive fuels.
(HDPE) is used in a variety of applications and industries where excellent impact resistance, high tensile strength, low moisture absorption and chemical- and corrosion-resistance properties are required.
UHMW plastic is used in conveyor line components, bearings, guide rails, star wheels, and wear strips. It's also commonly used in packaging and food processing machinery for being able to take repeated actions and movements for extended periods of time.