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Polyethylene plastic mould

High-density polythene has been used to manufacture milk crates, bottles, buckets, bowl and gear wheels. It is stiff, hard, can be sterilised and is dense.    

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PVC plastic

The rigid type is used to make pipes, guttering and roofing. It is very lightweight and is resistant to acids and alkalis.The plasticised type is used for suitcases, hose pipes, electrical wiring and

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Nylon

Nylon is hard, tough, self-lubricating, has a high melting point and has very good resistance to wear and tear.It has been used to make clothing, bearings and propellers.Image:  

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Clear Acrylic (Perspex)

Clear Acrylic (Perspex) (PMMA) plasticIt was first used to make aircraft canopies. It is ten times more impact resistant than glass. Image: Perspex top of a container Odin Mould Co., Ltd is speci

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polystyrene (PS)plastic

 What is Expanded polystyrene (PS)plastic?This is used for disposable food packaging, disposable cups, heat insulation and protective packaging for electrical equipment.Image: PS CUP &n

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Thermosetting plastics

Whatis Thermosetting plastics?Used where?The molecules of thermosetting plastics are heavily cross-linked. They form a rigid molecular structure.The molecules in thermoplastics sit end-to-end

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Thermoplastics 热塑性塑料

There are a wide range of thermoplastics, some that are rigid and some that are extremely flexible. The molecules of thermoplastics are in lines or long chains with very few entanglements. When heat i

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plastic come from where

Plastic come from where??Origins of Plastics - synthetic plasticsThe main source of synthetic plastics is crude oil. Coal and natural gas are also used. Petrol, paraffin, lubricating oils and high pe

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Why use plastics

Why use plastics??Plastic are easily formed materials. The advantage to the manufacturer is that plastic products can be mass-produced and require less skilled staff. Plastics require little or no fin

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Blow moulding process

PVC, polythene and polypropylene are commonly used in blow-moulding.

This process is mainly used for making bottles, plastic buckets and similar shapes. A tube of softened (heated) plastic called a parison is extruded into a mould, then the mould is clamped closed at one end. Air is then blown under pressure into the interior of the parison, which expands to fill the mould and create the desired shape. 

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