Boat windscreens, water tanks, dashboards, glove box lids ,bait boards, scientific research etc
Custom plastic fabrication is the ideal product if you’re seeking a specific product for various uses. At BCJ Plastics, we can handle all your fabricated plastic needs, from safety guards and all-weather covers to boat windshields and caravan parts.
We have a team of highly-trained technicians who utilise a wide range of machinery and techniques to get the job done, including thermoforming, infrared heating, vacuum forming, drape forming and edge finishing. BCJ will spend the time to discuss your custom fabrication requirements and suggest the best method, material and process to achieve your expected results.
General material used:
- Acrylic (Perspex): Used for many industrial tray types including patterned trays for the production of limestone pavers for pool areas and driveways
- ASA (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate): Similar to ABS but UV Stabilized & mechanically stronger.
- ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene): Used for many industrial tray types including patterned trays for the production of limestone pavers for pool areas and driveways
- HIPS (high impact polystyrene): Used extensively in vacuum forming applications, for products such as point of sale displays and refrigerator linings.
- PETG (polyethylene terephthalate glycol): The material exhibits excellent clarity, high impact resistance, good transparency and excellent thermoform ability.
- PVC (polyvinyl chloride): Has a myriad of applications in the sign, display, exhibition and building industries due to its extreme versatility and robustness.
- Polyethylene: It is the most widely used plastic in the world, being made into products ranging from clear food wrap and shopping bags to detergent bottles and automobile fuel tanks.
- Polypropylene: Fluted polyprop resembles corrugated cardboard in that it consists of outside walls separated by ribs, and is sometimes called “fluted poly” or “extruded twinwall plastic”.
- Polycarbonate: Lexan, Hyzod, Safeguard Polycarbonate exhibits excellent impact strength – up to 250 times stronger than glass.