Plastic Profiles Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Plainwell, MI

    Our plastic profiles come in a variety of options. We offer ABS, High Impact, Polystyrene, PVC, Polypropylene and more. If you aren’t sure which profiles are adequate for your business then our staff can assist you with deciding a cost efficient solution. We have many years of experience and we utilize the most modern equipment and we maintain one of the highest levels of quality assurance. We will work with you for your satisfaction!

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  • Modesto, CA

    Our profile extrusion capabilities are vast and adaptable to meet your specific needs. Whether you require rigid, flexible, dual, or tri-profile extrusions, we have the expertise and technology to deliver. We are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what's possible in plastic extrusion, and we welcome the opportunity to tackle even the most challenging projects.

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  • Milwaukee, WI

    Our standard plastic profiles come in a variety of shapes and sizes. These profiles can range from 1/8” to 6” wide with a wall thickness from .030” to .250” and can be cut to exact lengths. These durable solutions are utilized in a variety of industries including agriculture, electrical, packaging and more. We have been shaping the world with plastic extrusions for over 35 years.

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  • Middlefield, OH

    At Plastic Extrusion Technologies, we specialize in the production of extruded plastics, catering to both large-scale manufacturing needs and smaller custom projects, all tailored to your precise specifications. We understand the importance of high-quality products, prompt delivery, and responsive service in today's fast-paced business landscape, and we are committed to meeting these expectations.

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  • Johns Creek, GA

    As our name suggests, we are a leading custom extruder of plastic shrink tubing, flexible and rigid tubing, and profiles in standard or custom colors in a multitude of material options. We use state-of-the-art machinery for our extrusions and perform secondary operations on site, such as drilling, slotting, notching, etc. Pexco is ISO 9001 certified.

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  • Sheboygan, WI

    At Northland Plastics, we are the experts in unique custom plastic extrusions. We specialize in single and dual durometer profile extrusions, vacuum calibration, automated inline fabrication, custom fabrication, and more. Custom colors and various additives are also available. As an ISO 9001:2015 company, we value product quality, timely delivery, competitive pricing, and excellent customer service above all else. Contact Northland Plastics today for all your extrusion needs!

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  • Middlesex, NJ

    Petro specializes in plastic profiles, offering our customers many capabilities, such as customized shapes & extruded tubing, along with tape application, coiling & angle cutting & plastic profiles. We have a full staff of engineers who can assist you & ship out stock products within 24 hours of your order. We take extreme pride in our service & quality. We deliver a product on time - every time.

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  • St. Charles, IL

    We produce the most versatile plastic profiles on the market. Our company was founded in 1973 and we are dedicated to providing you with the best plastic profiles and plastic extrusion products. Our specialized experts are ready for any project. We are the experienced manufacturers that can help you! We are excited for your business! Contact us today for more information!

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  • Manchester, NH

    Since our founding more than 55 years ago, we at Keller have been the most innovative thinkers in the plastic profile extrusion industry. Our continued investment in new technology continues to pay off for our company and our customers; we are able to offer programs that eliminate tooling costs, we offer stocking and inventory programs and we can provide concept to tooling in less than five days.

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  • Strongsville, OH

    At GSH we know plastic, rubber and aluminum extrusions. We do tubing, injection, plastic, aluminum and rubber fabrication. We serve a variety of industries with our products, including automotive, consumer, electrical and marine. We know plastic extrusions! Come to us for superior customer service, product knowledge, on-time delivery and competitive pricing!

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Plastic Profiles Industry Information

Plastic Profiles

Plastic profiles are extruded stock shapes of plastics including HDPE, polystyrene, butyrate, vinyl, PVC, LDPE, nylon, polyurethane, acrylics, and fiberglass. Different materials hold different advantages. Acrylics, for example, offer exceptional chemical resistance, while polystyrene offers good adhesive capabilities. PVC is the most common type of plastic used for plastic profiles due to its flexibility, allowing it to be used for numerous applications.

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Plastic Profile Extrusion Process

The extrusion process begins with raw plastic pellets or flakes being fed into a hopper placed atop a closed extruding channel; gravity feeds the raw plastic material down into the extruding channel. Running through the length of the channel is a screw conveyor that moves the raw plastic along toward the opposite end, shearing and heating the plastic through friction. Plastic pellets plasticize, or melt, as they move through the conveyor. As they near the end of the channel, the molten plastic leaves the screw and travels through a screen pack in order to remove any contaminants. The screens are reinforced by a breaker plate, which is a thick metal puck with many holes drilled through it. A die is secured on the end of the conveyor channel, which forms the molten plastic into a specific profile as it is pushed, or extruded, through by the screw conveyor. The newly formed plastic profile is cooled, pulled through by a series of conveyors and cut to appropriate lengths. In this way, plastic profiles are manufactured quickly and in fairly high volumes. Plastic profiles can be made using various types of extrusion processes, including reverse extrusion, in which the thermoplastic material is made to flow in the opposite direction of the screw, and coextrusion, in which multiple layers are extruded together. In addition, there are two main ways in which plastic profiles can be extruded: hot working and cold working. In cold working, plastic deformation is imparted to the thermoplastic material at room temperature or near room temperature. Hot working uses heated thermoplastic materials with good deformability.

Applications for Plastic Profiles

Plastic profiles are available in a wide range of shapes and sizes, including thin film, rods, wire sheets, trim, channels, rods, tubing, and gaskets. Plastic profile extrusions can be hot, cold, or warm extruded through a die in either an indirect or direct extrusion process. Each of these processes has its own benefits and drawbacks. Extruded plastic profiles are highly versatile and can be designed for specific applications such as pipes, hosing, fridge and freezer parts, packaging, gas and water piping, protective covers, light diffusers, display stands, and point of sale holders. Serving industries including construction, medical, aerospace, office furniture, manufacturing, and transportation, most plastic profile extrusion companies also offer secondary services such as heat treating, printing, labeling, welding, anodizing, and electroplating.

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