Polycarbonates (PC) are thermoplastics. Polycarbonates (PC) generally have a crystallite content of less than 5% and are therefore considered amorphous. Polycarbonates are transparent and colorless. They can, however, be colored.
PC is used in productions where other plastics are too soft, too fragile, too scratch-sensitive, too little dimensionally stable or not transparent enough. In addition, polycarbonate as a transparent plastic is, like polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) or styrene-acrylonitrile (SAN), commonly used as a glass alternative. Compared to brittle glass, polycarbonate is lighter and more impact resistant.
- PC Natural and Black Compounds
- PC Glass Filled Compounds
- PC Colour Compounds
- PC Flame Retardant Compounds
- High strength
- High impact resistance
- High rigidity
- High hardness
- Good insulator
- Resistant to water, many mineral acids and aqueous solutions of neutral salts and oxidizing agents
Bobbins, Mobile Cover, TV Frame, Washing Machine, Roof Sheet, Wall Partition, Dome lights, Flat or Curved Glazing, Sound walls, Optical Reflectors, Bulletproof Glass, Bottles, Headlamp Lenses, Sunglasses etc.