Greene, Tweed & Co. Datasheets for Thermoplastics and Thermoplastic Resins

Thermoplastics and thermoplastic materials soften when heated and harden when cooled. They can withstand many heating and cooling cycles and are often suitable for recycling.
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Product Name Notes
PEEK (polyetheretherketone) PEEK material (polyetheretherketone) is a high-performance, semi-crystalline engineering thermoplastic with outstanding harsh chemical resistance, very low moisture uptake, good fire performance, excellent mechanical strength across a broad temperature range, and...
Thermoplastic Composites Thermoplastic composites are produced using thermoplastic polymers as matrix materials, which soften upon heating to elevated temperatures for processing, and harden upon cooling. High-performance thermoplastic polymers used for thermoplastic composites...
Engineering Thermoplastics Thermoplastic polymers are a type of plastic that softens upon heating to elevated temperatures and hardens upon cooling. Thermoplastic polymers may be amorphous or semi-crystalline, with differences in mechanical performance,...