Plastic Injection Molding

O-Ring & Seal Solutions, Inc. delivers high-quality plastic components to the exact specifications of our customers. We offer high-tolerance precision with repeatability, a large material selection & minimal scrap losses. Email or follow the link below for a custom quote.​​

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Descriptions of Compounds

Common Names:
ABS, Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

Description:

ABS (Acrylonitrile-Butadiene-Styrene) is one of the most common plastics used in injection molding because it is low-cost and easy to fabricate. ABS is a tough and rigid plastic resin with medium impact strength, good chemical resistance and dimensional stability.

Applications:

Medical Components
Small Appliances
Automotive Parts
Laboratory Equipment
​Computer Housings

Common Names:
Acetal, POM, Polyoxymethylene, Delrin®

Description:

Acetal (POM) (Polyoxymethylene) is a crystalline plastic that is very strong & stiff. There are two types of Acetal resins: Acetal Homopolymer (Delrin®) & Acetal Copolymer. Acetal polymers offer a good fatigue resistance and chemical resistance as well as low-moisture sensitivity.  Acetal polymers are available in lubricated grades.

Applications:

Mechanical Components
Small Appliances
Automotive Parts
Industrial Applications
​Computer Housings

Common Names:
Acrylic, PMMA, Polymethyl Methacrylate

Description:

Acrylic (PMMA) (Polymethyl Methacrylate) is a strong, highly transparent plastic that can come in a variety of colors. It has outsanding strength and stiffness as well as superior resistance to ultraviolet radiation and weathering. It has good dimensional stability and good light transmission.

Applications:
Light Fixtures
Consumer Products
Automotive Transparent Parts
Safety Equipment

Common Names:
HDPE (High Density Polyethylene)

Description:

HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) is a very popular plastic because of its low-cost, light-weight and versatility.  More advantages of HDPE include moisture resistance, good chemical resistance, food grades available & impact resistance from -40° C to 90° C.

Applications:
Medical Components
Consumer Products
Automotive Parts
Pipe & Processing Equipment

Common Names:
LDPE, Low Density Polyethylene

Description:

LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) is a very popular plastic because of its low-cost, light-weight and versatility.  LDPE is softer and more flexible than HDPE. Similarly to HDPE, LDPE has good moisture resistance, good chemical resistance, has food grades available & impact resistance from -40° C to 90° C.

Applications:
Medical Components
Consumer Products
Automotive Parts
Pipe & Processing Equipment

Common Names:
Nylon

Description:

​Nylon is one of the most common plastics used in injection molding because of its versatility & cost-to-performance ratio. Nylon can be reinforced with glass fibers in amounts of 10%, 20%, 30% & 40%. The different types of  Nylons range in price. 

Applications:
Industrial Products
Bearings, Brackets & Bumpers
Automotive Components
Consumer Products
​Electronic Connectors

Common Names:

Polycarbonate, PC

Description:

PC (Polycarbonate) is a transparent thermoplastic known for its high impact strength. PC has good clarity, good dimensional stability, a high heat deflection temperature, low deformation under load and is easy to fabricate and machine. 

Applications:

Medical Instrument & Equipment Parts
Brackets & Structural Parts
Exterior Automotive Components
Telecommunication Components

Further Information

Option for Blanket Orders Available

Want to take advantage of quantity price breaks but don't need the parts all at once? Take advantage of your quarterly and annual usage and receive our best pricing with blanket POs. We will even stock your products for you so you can have access to ship them immediately.

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