U.S. Plastic Corporation Datasheets for Plastic and Rubber Balls
Plastic and rubber balls are rolling, spherical elements that have low friction values and require little or no lubrication. They are lighter than metal balls and resistant corrosion and abrasion. Some plastic balls resist high temperatures, but others do not. Rubber balls are characterized by a high degree of flexibility and elasticity.
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|Molded in clear acrylic, half-balls are completely transparent, versatile, and exhibits great resistance to breakage. Excellent material to use in many craft applications.|
|Molded in clear acrylic, these acrylic balls are completely transparent, versatile, and exhibit great resistance to breakage. High temperature range of 140 - 200F. Hardness rockwell - M80 - M100.|
|Resistant to almost all chemicals. Non-contaminating. For column packing and as mixing beads. Minimizes "bumping" in boiling. Inert to most liquids and vapors; usable to 550F (288C). Sold in full...|
|Solid plastic balls are used in check valves, relief valves, and float valves. They are also used in everything from carburetors to toggle switches and more. They are non-corrosive, quiet...|
|Spheres float on surface of liquid in open tank and thereby greatly reduce the exposed liquid surface area - up to 90%. Dramatically diminish objectionable fumes and odors. Blanket of...|