Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)

There are countless applications for ABS due to balanced mechanical, thermal and chemical properties. Among the most widely identifiable are keys on a computer keyboard, power-tool housing, the plastic face-guard on wall sockets (often a PC/ABS blend), and LEGO toys.

Caustic soda flakes

The main applications of caustic soda flakes are in paper production, aluminum refining, soap and detergent production, viscose fibers, organic and inorganic chemical production, pH adjustment, biodiesel production, textile industries, water and wastewater treatment, paint production, and coating, petrochemical and oil and gas well drilling, glue and sealant production and many other industries.

Ethylene vinyl acetate (18% EVA)

EVA copolymers are used in hats, molded seals, footwear, and automotive interiors. They are also used as a base polymer in many adhesive resin formulations and in electric wires and cables.

Ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA 28%)

This polymer has many applications in various industries due to its properties and characteristics such as low weight, odorless, mold ability, high transparency and lower price compared to natural rubber. It is used to produce medical equipment, fishing equipment, flexible pipes, making turntables.

flakes 60% Sodium sulfide

This combination is widely used in the leather industry, textile industry, and separation of metals from minerals, artificial silk production, and paper production.


Methanol is used in all kinds of industrial adhesives, solvents and antifreeze, production of all kinds of plastics, plywood, paint and explosives, formaldehydes (formalin) for household use and production of all kinds of resins

Monoethylene glycol

One of the features defined for this composition is moisture absorption. The existence of this feature has made monoethylene glycol a suitable substance in the treatment of textile fibers, paper industry, adhesive materials and ink.

Paraffin Wax

Paraffin is also used in the production of tires to insulate against the ozone layer and also prevent the tire from bursting and wearing. Paraffin wax is also used in match making, candle making, food, and textile, paper making and paint industries

Polyamide (PA)

Polyamides can be classified into different types, with PA 6, PA 6.6 and PA 12 most established on the market. Alongside ABS and PP compounds they are among the most widely used plastics, found across several sectors including the automotive, mechanical engineering, structural and installation engineering, photovoltaic and electrical engineering industries.

Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)

PBT can also be made into yarn. This has a natural stretch similar to Lycra and can be incorporated into sportswear. Due to its chlorine resistance it is commonly found in swimwear.

Polycarbonate (PC)

PC is an ideal material well known and widely used in the industry for its versatile characteristics, eco-friendly processing and recyclability. Comprising a unique set of chemical and physical properties makes it suitable over glass, PMMA and PE.


Polyethylene is one of the widely used plastics, which includes 3 groups: light polyethylene (LDPE), heavy polyethylene (HDPE) and linear polyethylene (LLDPE).

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET)

Polyethylene terephthalate is a polymer that is often used to produce 70% polyester fibers, 22% bottle resin and 6% film. But in Iran it is mostly used to make bottles.

Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA)

Historically, PMMA was an important improvement in the design of aircraft windows, making possible such designs as the bombardier’s transparent nose compartment in the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress. Modern aircraft transparencies often use stretched acrylic plies.

Polyolefin Elastomer (POE)

In less than a decade, polyolefin elastomers have become the primary material for automotive exterior and interior applications (primarily in thermoplastic olefins through impact modification of polypropylene), wire and cable, extruded and molded goods, film applications. , medical goods, adhesives, shoes and floors, etc. were used.

Polypropylene (PP)

Polypropylene uses range from plastic packaging, plastic parts for machinery and equipment and even fibers and textiles. It is part of the main and widely used polymers, which includes polypropylene homo-polymer, copolymer, textile polypropylene, sheets and tubes.