Polycarbonate Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Fairburn, GA

    At Porex Filtration Group, we are a global leader in porous plastics technology, dedicated to providing innovative solutions that enhance product performance and improve the lives of people around the world. With decades of experience and a relentless commitment to excellence, we have established ourselves as trusted partners in the plastics industry, offering a comprehensive range of products and services tailored to meet the diverse needs of our customers.

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  • Mobile, AL

    At All Plastics and Fiberglass, they specialize in high quality and competitively priced Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics (FRP) fabrication. Stocking special industrial items in all shapes, forms and materials for your convenience, you are sure to find the polycarbonate products to match your requirements. They have the expertise to handle all of your FRP fabrication needs.

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  • West Nyack, NY

    At Plastic-Craft® Products, our business is plastics. We have an extensive inventory of plastic materials to suit your needs, and also maintain a complete machine shop to fabricate plastic parts to your specifications. Let us meet your plastics requirements. We have over 50 years of service behind us. We are always available to discuss the application of our service to your unique operation.

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  • Northbrook, IL

    Atlas Fibre is a supplier of stock thermoset shapes in sheet, rod and tube in the following grades: G3, G5, G7, G9, G10, G11, FR4 and canvas, linen and paper phenolic. All materials are Mil-Spec and NEMA certified. We also have extensive CNC milling and turning capabilities; CNC sawing, sanding, and material fabrication for all thermoset materials. We can also machine and fabricate all types of plastics including Vespel, PEEK, Torlon, PTFE, PPS, Nylon, Delrin, Ultem, and many other materials.

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  • Shiner, TX

    Boedeker Plastics stocks the widest variety of engineering and industrial plastics in the industry. The people of Boedeker have the unique knowledge necessary to take customer service a step beyond others in the field providing in-house engineering assistance. Whether you need ten miles or ten inches, Boedeker Plastics has all of your plastic materials, sheets, rods, tubes and custom components.

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  • Lake Villa, IL

    CS Hyde has been providing high-end plastic materials since our founding in 1996, and has become a leading distributor and converter to a wide variety of markets. Materials we have available include Teflon Fluoroplastic, PTFE, Mylar®, Kevlar®, and more. We utilize the most high-tech converting equipment to provide superior products to our customers in a short time frame. It is our continuous mission to provide the highest quality products, innovate new solutions, and exceed expectations.

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Polycarbonate Industry Information

Polycarbonate Manufacturers

Polycarbonate is a transparent thermoplastic resin with a very high temperature tolerance and impact resistance.

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Characteristics of Polycarbonate

  • Good Light Transmission
  • Ability to be Machined or Thermoformed
  • Good Dimensional Stability
  • Scratch-Resistant
  • Flame Retardant
  • Anti-Static
  • Glass-Filled Forms

Applications of Polycarbonate

FDA Approved
Perfect for applications requiring a lightweight, transparent material that is virtually indestructible.
Known for being a much stronger alternative to glass, but its strength is nothing compared to the bullet-proof hardness of polycarbonate.
One-third the weight of the lightweight acrylic.
Both are thermoplastic polymers, which means that they both melt when heated to a certain degree and harden when they cool, a process that can be repeated numerous times.
Polycarbonate and acrylic plastics are able to be reshaped and recycled, making them more environmentally friendly then thermoset plastics.
Which is the trademark name of acetal polyoxymethylene, is a plastic known for its durability and versatility.
Just as popular in its preformed form of Styrofoam as it is in its final form.
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)
Has the ability to retain vivid colors, which makes it a popular plastic for home decorating objects such as shower curtains, furniture and interior paneling.

Products Made of Polycarbonate

  • CD and DVD Discs
  • Shatter-Resistant Display Cases
  • Security Barriers
  • Aircraft Panels
  • Machine Guards
  • Electronic Housings
  • Burglar-Resistant Glazing

Industry Using Polycarbonate

One of the major industries that utilize polycarbonate today is the vision care industry. Because it is transparent and incredibly strong as well as having a high refractive index, polycarbonate is currently the most popular substance for corrective lenses. The high refractive index of a plastic refers to its ability to bend light that goes through it, which is in essence how vision is corrected with prescription lenses. Also, because polycarbonate is naturally highly refractive, corrective lenses made from them are able to be significantly thinner then lenses made from other substances. Sunglasses, with and without prescription lenses, are also often made with polycarbonate, since it is able to retain fillers that block ultraviolet rays well.

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