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BLRK has expertise in moulding multiple types of plastics 


Polycarbonates are a group of thermoplastic polymers that can easily be worked, moulded, and thermoformed. They can hold up longer to extreme temperatures. Polycarbonate is highly transparent to visible light, with better light transmission. It can undergo large plastic deformation without cracking or breaking. It’s widely used for safety glasses, electronics, auto parts, eyeglass lens solutions, building applications and agriculture etc.

Acrylonitrile – butadiene styrene

ABS is a low-cost engineering thermoplastic. It has excellent chemical stress and creeps resistance. ABS plastic remains hard, rigid, and tough even at low temperature. It offers superior stiffness strength, can be easily thermoformed and is widely used for – household goods, automotive applications, television, telephone handsets etc.


ULTEM is a high strength plastic with outstanding electrical and high service temperature properties. The best thing about it is that it is resistant to hot water and steam and can withstand repeated cycles in a steam autoclave. It is extremely strong and stiff and has high electric strength. It’s widely used for medical instrument components, scientific equipment parts, manifolds and electrical connectors.

High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS)

HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene) is an amorphous thermoplastic material, used in lower heat applications. Also known as PS (Polystyrene), it offers ease of processing, high impact strength, and stiffness. It’s a versatile cost-effective material engineered from tough polystyrene resins and has excellent dimensional stability. It can be assembled with mechanical fasteners, solvents, or adhesives. Printable grades of polystyrene can be decorated using printing methods like screen-printing and digital printing. HIPS is also used for producing signs and displays and as a substrate to mount graphics like plotter vinyls/films.

Styrene-acrylonitrile resin (SAN)

Styrene Acrylonitrile resin is a copolymer plastic commonly used in place of Polystyrene due to its greater thermal resistance. It’s glass-like transparency makes it a good plastic for clear applications. It offers excellent rigidity, dimensional stability and chemical and thermal resistance. It is commonly used for producing applications like medical syringes, reflectors, battery cases, disposable lighters, auto gauge covers and refrigerator doors etc.

Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)

Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC or Vinyl) is an economical and versatile thermoplastic polymer widely used in the building and construction industry to produce door and window profiles, pipes (drinking and wastewater), wire and cable insulation, medical devices, etc. It is the world’s third largest thermoplastic material by volume after polyethylene and polypropylene. It is a white, brittle solid material available in powder form or granules. It’s lightweight, durable, low cost and has easy process ability and is now replacing traditional building materials like wood, metal, concrete, rubber, ceramics, etc. in several applications.


Polyethene is the most common plastic in use today. It has high ductility and impact strength as well as low friction. Excellent chemical resistance, it is not attacked by strong acids or strong bases. It’s widely used for medical purposes, electrical insulation, wire coatings, packaging film, trash bags and drum liners etc.


Polyacetal is a highly crystalline thermoplastic, known for its high flexural and tensile strength, stiffness, hardness, and low creep under stress. It also has a low coefficient of friction, excellent chemical resistance and outstanding fatigue properties. However, due to low ceiling temperature, it is generally unstable at ambient and elevated temperatures and easily depolymerized. It is widely used as engineering plastics across the automotive, plumbing, hardware and mechanical industry. It can also be found in household appliances as food mixer parts, water sprinkler nozzles, shower heads and knife and tool handles


Acrylic, also known as “plexiglass” is a transparent thermoplastic homopolymer. It is a transparent plastic material with outstanding strength, stiffness, and optical clarity. It’s similar to polycarbonate as it can be suitable for use as an impact resistant alternative to glass. It is considered to be one of the clearest plastics on the market. Acrylic is used for a variety of applications like lenses, acrylic nails, paint, security barriers, medical devices, LCD screens, furniture, windows, tanks, and enclosures.

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