Outline: PS hard sheet density is low, poor toughness, easy to burn, combustion will produce styrene gas (harmful gas), so generally used to produce a variety of industrial blister tray. Black Volume Conductive HIPS Plastic Sheet Roll widely used in electronic industries.
A, ordinary thin blister thickness of 0.14 ~ 5.0 mm - mainly use PVC, PP, PS (HIPS), PET (including APET, PETG), PE, BOPS, and recycled paper such as the effect of various materials and folding, folded in half, thirty percent, cylinder, folding box, box, high frequency and other non thermal forming blister products, PP/PS/PET sheet roll widely used in food, medicine, electronics, toys, computers, daily necessities, cosmetics and mechanical hardware industry, etc.
B, special thick blister thickness of 0.14 ~ 8.0 mm - mainly use PVC, PP, PS (HIPS), PET (including APET, PETG), PE, ABS, PC and PMMA, etc all kinds of material and the effect of injection molding type blister products, the main products are refrigerator inner, advertising light boxes, product display, PET cage, chassis, after the rear projection TV shell, and a variety of mechanical panels, etc., can replace plastic injection products, low mould cost (only 1/20 of the injection mold), short production cycle, mould development time is short, generally only 3 ~ 5 days), etc
The reason for not on the kind of materials to classify, mainly is to consider that ordinary thin plastic and special thick plastic materials used by the material has some differences, but PVC roll, PP roll, PS roll and PET roll in the two kinds of plastic products are a place in the blister products, PVC roll, PP roll, PS roll and PET roll can be called blister products of the material family of the "four heavenly Kings"!
|Test Item||Test method||Unit||Properties|
|Specific gravity||ASTM D792||g/cm3||1.05|
|Impact Strength||ASTM D256||mpa||35|
|Tensile Strength||ASTM D638||mpa||29|
|Heat Deflection Temperature||ASTM D648||℃||85|
|Flexural Strength||ASTM D790||mpa||36|
|COLOR||Visual Inspection||/||Any color
|SURFACE RESISTANCE||ASTM D257||Ω||10^9|