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Anyone who is old enough to have listened to music in the 80s and prior most likely did so on a turntable with vinyl records. This once black vinyl polymer has recently been recreated using ocean plastic. Read More
Thermoplastic resins are materials that soften to a liquid in high heat and then harden again when cooled. Because of these properties, thermoplastic materials can be molded into a variety of shapes and structures, making these plastic resins applicable to many industries. They are most often used in the injection molding process. Read More
We see plastics being used for a large variety of things daily. Have you ever wondered how those plastics came to be? They are the product of engineering raw materials and energy through chemistry. Even though the basic construction is easy to understand, plastics are actually high-tech and advanced materials. Read More
Blow molding is a process similar to glass blowing and is used to create hollow objects like water bottles, Tupperware, construction cones, kids’ toys, spray bottles and much more. Blow molding, as opposed to injection molding creates thinner, more uniform walls. Read More
Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) is the chemical name for polyester. And PET is the most common type of plastic used in manufacturing. In fact, you probably encounter items made with PET plastic resins every day. Read More
Carbon fiber is a multi-functional strengthening material that has steadily grown in popularity through the past several years. Sometimes called graphite fiber, carbon fiber is unique because it is five-times stronger than steel, twice as stiff, but incredibly lightweight. This makes carbon fiber perfect for automobile parts and the wind turbines used in alternate energy production. In addition, carbon fiber is still heavily utilized for strengthening resins and ceramics. Whatever your need for carbon fiber, Plastic Service Center provides top-quality materials at competitive prices. And this makes it easier for you to discover the possibilities of carbon fiber for your industry. Read More
Thermoplastic resins have relatively low melting points, so they are easily converted to liquids, injected into molds, and shaped into components. And because they melt and reshape easily, thermoplastics make excellent 3D printing materials. Read More
Mytex and Elix Polymers and Plastic Resins take the stage at Plastic Service Centers! Read More
Plastic Service Centers, Inc is proud to announce two new hires to the team! Read More
The automotive industry uses these approved polymers to make different vehicle hardware parts such as door panels, dashboards, flooring and engine components. Using light weight plastic resins helps reduce the weight of the vehicle, and improve their fuel efficiency. Plastic Service Centers has a complete line of high performance plastic resins approved for the automotive industry. Read More
Thermoplastic composites are known for their versatility as they possess the ability to reform. This is interesting because when a thermoplastic composite is heated it undergoes a physical change, not a chemical change. Whereas a thermoset resin for example cannot be reshaped as it forms an irreversible chemical bond during the curing process. The ability for thermoplastic to be reshaped becomes especially useful when we assess the recyclability of different composites. While we are on the topic of environmental friendliness it should also be noted that thermoplastic resin manufacturing is generally eco-friendlier than the manufacturing of other composites. Read More
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Plastic Service Centers, a thermoplastic resin distributor headquartered in Clinton Township, Michigan has announced a strategic distributorship with thermoplastic engineering company, Sabic Innovative Plastics. The distributorship will focus on the stocking and distribution of various grades of Automotive Approved SABIC PP's and TPO's. Read More