Plastics are materials that mainly consist of macromolecules.
They are mostly precessed into molded parts, semi-finished products, fibers or foils.

We cut plastics with the water jet as standard.

Here you can see the common plastic materials.
Should your desired material differ, just send us an inquiry with the desired material.

Material DesignationMaterial CharacteristicsAnwendbarkeit

  • In contrast to real glass very unbreakable and stable
  • Brilliant visual effect
  • Is translucent and UV stable
  • Is is frost-resistant and heat-resistant
  • Withstands outdoor use for years without becoming brittle
  • The surface of the acrylic glass is easy to care for

  • Furniture
  • Decorations
  • Tabletops
  • and much more


  • Density between 0,94 und 0,97 g/cm3
  • High toughness and elongation at break
  • Good sliding behavior
  • Little wear
  • Temperature resistance from –85°C up to +90°C
  • Visually milky white
  • Very good electrical and dielectric behavior
  • Very low water absorption
  • Very easy to machine and to preocess without cutting

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive and aircraft construction
  • Electrical and communication technology
  • Medicine
  • Packaging


  • Harder, stronger and thermally more resilient than PE
  • The maximum continuous operating temperature is around 100°C
  • Density between 0,895 g/cm³ and 0,92 g/cm³

  • Small electrical appliances
  • Molded parts for household appliances and for body parts
  • Molded parts in the interior of mtor vehicles
  • In the construction sector, for example for pipes, hot water tanks and garden furniture


  • High strength and rigidity
  • Excellent impact resistance
  • Good abrasion and wear resistance
  • Relatively low glass temperature

  • Lamp housing
  • Rigid fuel lines and tanks
  • Accelerator and clutch pedals
  • Power tool housings


  • High dimensional stability
  • Excellent sliding and wear behavior
  • Medium to high strength (especially fatigue strength) and stiffness
  • Medium to high impact strength and hardness
  • Excellent sliding and abrasion behavior
  • Limits of use are from about -40 to 85 or 100°C permanent temperature, briefly up to 120°C

  • Mechanical engineering
  • Vehicle industry
  • Electrical engineering
  • Packaging
  • Construction and furniture industry


  • Hard and brittle
  • Density: 1,37 g/cm3 bis 1,44 g/cm3
  • Chlorinated 1,55 g/cm3
  • Low water absorption

  • Construction area in addition to pipes for all types of profiles
  • Skylights
  • Facade elements
  • Corrugated sheets
  • Ventilation shafts
  • Floor coverings
  • Elastic seals in the window and door area
  • Construction films
  • Insulation material for electrical cables


  • Low strength, rigidity and hardness
  • Good impact resistance
  • Excellent sliding properties
  • Wear resistance is moderate
  • Limits of use are from -200 to 250°C permanent temperature, briefly up to 300°C

  • Industry
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Bearings, seals and thread sealing tapes
  • Electrical engineering
  • Construction industry
  • Household


  • Not meltable
  • When overheated, it permanently decomposes to a sticky mass
  • Not particularly heat-resistant
  • In extreme cold, rubber freezes to a hard glass and breaks brittle when loaded

  • Insulation materials
  • Conveyor belts
  • Engine mounts
  • Technical articles and everyday articles of all kinds
  • High-strength, thin-walled articles
  • Molded articles, buffers and rubber-metal spring elements
  • Hoses