Thermoplastic is used in more products than there is time or room to list. From solar panels to automotive to furniture to fabric to glass and beyond.
Thermoplastic is a polymer that turns to a liquid when heated and freezes / hardens to a very glassy state when cooled sufficiently. Thermoplastic polymers differ from thermosetting polymers (Bakelite; vulcanized rubber) as they can, unlike thermosetting polymers, be remelted and remoulded. Thermoplastics can go through melting/freezing cycles repeatedly and the fact that they can be reshaped upon reheating gives them their name. This quality makes thermoplastics recyclable and able to be modified to very specific end uses. Lenderink films are available in web, net, perforated films, slit films, and many more. This allows almost any surface to be bonded. With Lenderink Dryfilm adhesives, the technology and laboratory is now available to PROVIDE SOLUTIONS!