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Quadrant EPP Singapore Pte Ltd

34 Boon Leat Ter #05-10 S(119866)

Quadrant is a leading global manufacturer of high-performance thermoplastic materials in the form of semi-finished products and finished ...

Solution Plastics Pte Ltd

32 Old Toh Tuck Rd #05-04 I-Biz Centre S(597658)

Solution Plastics is a manufacturer and distributor of engineering plastics and cast polyurethane. We offer SEMI-FINISHED products and ...

Straits Rubber & Engineering Plastic Pte Ltd

10 Kaki Bt Rd 1 #01-38 KB Ind Bldg S(416175)

Incorporated since 1991, Straits Rubber & Engineering Plastic Pte Ltd based in Singapore started to supply products and services to ...

Landmark Plastics Pte Ltd

424 Tagore Ind Ave S(787807)

Equipment with a variety of thermoplastic pipework systems, semi-finished products, flow measuring instrumentation, welding equipment and ...

LM Plastics Distribution Sdn Bhd

No.26, Jalan Ind PBP 3 Taman Industri Pusat Bandar Puchong 47100 Puchong Selangor Darul Ehsan Malaysia

LM Plastics, PT

Ruko Mega Grosir Blok D No.20 ITC Cempaka Mas J. Let-Jend Soeprapto, Jakarta-Pusat Indonesia

Pactumax International Pte Ltd

Blk 5 Ang Mo Kio Ind Pk 2A #01-14 AMK Tech II S(567760)

Scanplas Pte Ltd

Blk 1 Toa Payoh Ind Pk Lor 8 #01-1391 S(319053)

Polyethylene (abbreviated PE) or polyethene (IUPAC name polyethene or poly(methylene)) is the most common plastic. The annual worldwide production is around 80 million tonnes. Its main use is in product packaging (plastic bags, plastic movies, geomembranes, containers including bottles, etc.). Many sort of polyethylene are understood, with a lot of having the chemical formula (C2H4)n. PE is usually a mixture of similar polymers of ethylene with numerous values of n.

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Could you think of the world without computer systems, medical devices, toys, cookware, sports equipment and clothing? Expect you might step inside a time device and go back 60 or 100 years. You may quickly persuade yourself a day without automobiles, telephones, and tv-- perhaps even computers-- might be sort of enjoyable. Have you thought about the little things? Little things are often what are missed the most. How would you clean your teeth for instance? Tooth brushes are constructed of plastics. You would not even awaken in time in the morning. Have a look at your alarm-clock. How many parts constructed out of plastics does it have? Without plastics there would not be any means of transportation. A big variety of parts for airplanes, trains, automobiles and ships are made out of plastics. But where do plastics originate from? The very first synthetic plastic was made from the plant material cellulose.

In 1869, John Wesley Hyatt, an American printer and inventor, discovered that cellulose nitrate might be used as a low-cost substitute for ivory. The mixture might be plasticized with the addition of camphor. Celluloid, as this new material was called, became the only plastic of business value for 30 years. It was used for eyeglass frames, combs, billiard balls, t-shirt collars, buttons, dentures, and photographic film. In 1951, 2 young research study chemists for Phillips Petroleum Company in Bartlesville, made discoveries that revolutionized the plastics world. Today, the plastics they discovered-- polypropylene and polyethylene-- are used to produce the large majority of the thousands of plastics items all over the world. The raw product for plastics is petroleum. The word plastic originates from the Greek word plastikos, indicating "able to be molded." Plastics can be processed in many methods. The primary procedure utilized to form plastics is called extrusion molding. A heated plastic substance is forced continually through a forming die made in the preferred shape (like squeezing toothpaste from a tube, it produces a long, typically narrow, constant product). The formed plastic cools under blown air or in a water bath and hardens on a moving belt. Rods, tubes, pipelines, and sheet and thin film (such as food covers) are extruded then coiled or cut to preferred lengths.

Far so great. Now close your eyes and immagine your every day life without plastics. Exactly what would you miss most? Your television, your cellphone, your spectacles or would it be security?

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