Polyethylene HD 300 (Polystone® G) Cost-effective material with massive application for low-load parts, seamlessly welded. Application: Containers, reservoirs, playgrounds. Available in the form of slabs, rods and welding electrodes. Polyethylene HD 500 (Polystone® D) The most common polyethylene. With very good sliding properties, easy workability, very good cold resistance, very good chemical resistance to almost all chemical reagents under normal conditions, it can be welded.
Basic material in the production of parts and machines for the food industry: stars, augers, sliders, conveyor belts, slabs for slicing and slicing of meat, squeeze plates. PE-500 is widely used for working in highly dusty and abrasive environments, coal dust, ores and many others. Because of the very good abrasion resistance, Polystone® D is the basic construction material for lining machines and parts operating in a similar environment. Available in the form of plates, sheets, rods and welding electrodes Polyethylene 1000, Ultra High Molecular Polyethylene. (Polystone®M)
Polystone®M has better features that distinguish it from polyethylene 500 and approaching CAMPE to HYDROTECHNOLOGY plastics. Polystone® M has a molecular weight of more than 4 million. It can work under cryogenic conditions (temperatures up to -270 ° C) with better chemical resistance than HDPE, with all concentrated chemicals at temperatures up to 80 ° C. Extremely wear-resistant - Table 3. Polystone®M has the best abrasive properties of all thermoplastics, and therefore details of it are widely used in the mining industry (overburden, bunker lining) and construction (cladding of building bins, brick molding, concrete gutters).
he modifications of SMWPE: Antistatic, with elemental boron (as a nuclear shield in the NPP), with additional greases, with a molecular weight of more than 11 million. The disadvantage of CBMPE is that it can hardly be glued and welded.