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Nylon is one of the most versatile materials used in plastic injection molding. It’s commonly combined with a range of other materials to enhance its characteristics. It is exceptionally strong, relatively resistant to abrasion and moisture absorptivity, long-lasting, resistant to chemicals, elastic, and easy to wash. Nylon is often used as a substitute for low-strength metals.
It has a high melting point, making it good for many microwave-safe containers. It also does not breakdown easily when exposed to acids, bases, detergents, and water. In terms of rigidity, it can withstand daily wear and tear for long periods of time as well as be resistant to cracks and stress. All these qualities make for a plastic that is perfect for robust products being used in the kitchen such as yogurt, condiments, and baby food containers.
It is only fitting for PVC to have the Resin Identification Number 3 because it is the third most-produced synthetic thermoplastic polymer in the world. Its properties include comparative biological and chemical resistance as well as physical flexibility. It also comes in two forms: flexible and rigid.
Polyethylene terephthalate is a lightweight plastic that is commonly used for food, condiments, and beverage packaging thanks to its semi-rigid or rigid structure. It is the most common thermoplastic polymer in the polyester family and is used to meet 30% of bottle production’s global demand. Aside from that, PET is generally considered a safe, non-leaching plastic that is approved for food contact. Just like most of the plastics in this list, it is recyclable.
ABS plastic is one of the most commonly used plastics in injection molding due to its wide temperature range, good stability, and insulating properties. Impact Resistance, surface hardness, good dimensional stability, resists heat and won’t shatter in cold.