120°C to 230°C Advanced engineering plastic shapes

High-performance PEI, PEEK, PTFE, PPS, electrostatic dissipative plastics, and more

This suite of engineering-grade plastics gives you the opportunity to find and test the best material solutions for your unique application. Advanced engineering materials exhibit high mechanical strength and stiffness over an elevated temperature range, with predictable performance even in heat as high as 230°C (450°F).

These semi-finished thermoplastic products also exhibit excellent dimensional stability and creep resistance, superior electrical characteristics (including insulating and dielectric properties), and some of the broadest chemical resistance of all advanced engineering polymers. They are excellent candidates for applications with very specific demands – such as analytical instrumentation, medical devices, and semiconductor process equipment components. Our offering includes availability in plastic stock shapes, as well as Near Net Shapes.

OUR PORTFOLIO Advanced Engineering Plastics

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Explore material possibilities for your engineering project by starting with the operating temperature of your application.
Below 65°C

Standard Plastics

Versatile grades of polyethylene and polypropylene materials for applications up to 65°C. These engineering polymers give you a range of high-performance properties, including greater impact strength, corrosion resistance, and superior malleability.

65°C to 120°C

Engineering Plastics

Our portfolio of acetal, nylon, PET, PC, UHMW-PE materials, and more. These thermoplastics give you consistent mechanical performance over a broad temperature range, as well as good machinability and electrical and chemical resistance.  

230°C to 425°C

Extreme / Imidized Plastics

Explore our most advanced thermoplastics, including PI, PAI, and PBI engineering polymers. Properties like superior strength and thermal resistance help you overcome challenges with wear, friction, sealing, and more.

ENGINEERING POSSIBILITIES Looking for a chemically resistant thermoplastic to replace metal? Explore our most chemically resistant materials


Our engineering plastics offer many advantages over metal, especially when it comes to chemical resistance. With the right material, you can save time and money on your component with a faster tooling process and a more lightweight part for improved performance.

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