PE1000 - Polyethylene 1000

Construction sliding material with high resistance to abrasion and wear. It has high impact and notch strength without fracture and low friction coefficient. It is hygienic (only for certain colors) and low density - lighter than water. It features a high chemical resistance.

PE1000 AST - Polyetylene 1000 antistatic

Protects against electrical charge build-up on wear surfaces.  PE1000 AST is the ideal material to use when potentially volatile conditions exist in grain handling or munitions plants. It also protects expensive robotic an conveyor. PE1000 AST is resistant to chemical attack and moisture absorption, and retains key physical properties to -30° C.

PE1000R - Reprocessed Polyetylene PE1000

This grade, partially composed of reprocessed PE1000 material, has an overall lower property level than the virgin PE1000. PE1000R grade shows a favorable price-performance ratio for applications in many kinds of industries with less demanding requirements. 

PE500 - Polyethylene 500

In less demanding applications with respect to wear and impact resistance, PE 500 may present an economical alternative to the PE1000 standard grades. It is a versatile polyethylene grade used mainly in the food industry (meat and fish processing) but is also employed in all kinds of mechanical, chemical and electrical applications.

PE500R - Reprocessed Polyetylene PE500

HMW PE500R is a material with repro content for the mechanical and material handling industries. It also has good sliding and mechanical properties.

PE2000C - Ceram PE

For high load, high speed and severe sliding abrasion applications, PE2000C should be THE material of choice. Its high tensile strength and wear resistance have been successful in the lumber, paper, steel and agricultural industries. Composed of virgin polymer and premium additives, PE2000C is a shatter-resistant alternative to sintered ceramics, reducing parts wear and machine maintenance downtime.   

PE2000+MoS2 - Polyethylene 2000 + MoS2

The material is based on high molecular weight polyethylene. This material is self-lubricating and has a low sliding friction coefficient. The good sliding properties of the core product PE2000 have been improved even further. This involved improving already impressive material properties. For example, the self-lubricating character of this material has resulted in an improved sliding friction coefficient in comparison with PE1000. Material is ideally suited for use in sliding guides, slide segments, and slide bearings.