PAS-LX plastics are thermoplastic materials with high resistance to impact and thermal ageing. These properties allow them to be widely used in industry, especially in areas where high strength and durability are required.
PAS-LX plastics are produced by polymerizing acrylonitrile-styrene copolymer (SAN) with polycarbonate (PC). This copolymer provides high strength and rigidity, while polycarbonate provides high impact and thermal aging resistance. The combination of these two materials enables the high properties of PAS-LX plastics to be achieved.
Compared to other types of plastics, PAS-LX has several advantages – it is highly impact resistant and therefore suitable for use in various industrial applications. They are also resistant to heat aging and have a high temperature resistance, which means they can be used in temperatures up to 120 degrees Celsius.
Another advantage of PAS-LX plastics is that they are easy to process and can be easily moulded into a variety of shapes and sizes, enabling the production of different products with high precision and quality. PAS-LX plastics can be produced in a variety of colours and shades due to their good dye acceptance.
PAS-LX plastics are also environmentally friendly as they are fully recyclable. The material from these plastics can be recycled repeatedly without loss of quality, which means they can be used as raw material for new products.