Polymers

ENL have the capability to manufacture using the whole spectrum of standard, engineering and high performance polymers.

In particular, ENL are one of only a few companies to be approved to process materials such as PPS, PEEK, Torlon and Ultem.

Our capabilities cover the following spectrum: -

  • Standard polymers
  • Engineering polymers
  • High performance polymers

Our material capabilities cover polymers such as polyethylene, polypropylene, acetal, acrylic, nylon (polyamides), polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and polycarbonates.
Examples of this are (but not limited to):

Material Trade Names
Bayblend ISPLEN Rislan Torlon
Celanex IXEF Riteflex Ultem
Crastin Latamid RTP Ultradur
Cycolac Lexan Rynite Ultrason
Delrin Mablex Ryton Valox
Duralon Makrolon Santoprene Vectra
Elastollan Moplen Sarlink Victrex
Fortron Noryl Scolefin Wonderloy
Grilamid Novodur Sinvet Zenite
Grilon Polylac Solef Zytel
Grivory Radilon Supec
Hostaform Riblene Tarflon
Hytrel Rigidex Thermolast
Material Types
ABS – Acrylon butadiene styrene PAI – Polyamide-imide PPA – Polyphthalamide
HDPE – High density polyethylene PBT – Polybutylene terephalate PPE – Phenyl ether polymers
HIPS – High impact polystyrene PC – Polycarbonate PPO – Poly(p-phenylene oxide)
LCP – Liquid crystal polymers PE – Polyethylene PPS – Polyphenylene sulfide
LDPE – Low density polyethylene PEEK – Polyether ether ketone PS – Polystyrene
LLDPE – Linear low density polyethylene PEI – Polyetherimide PVDF – Polyvinylidene Fluoride
PA – Polyamide PES – Polysulfone TPC-ET – Thermoplastic polyester elastomer
PA6 – Polyamide 6 PET – Polyethylene terephthalate TPE – Thermoplastic elastomer
PA11 – Polyamide 11 PMMA – Poly(methyl methacrylate) TPE-S – Styrenic thermoplastic elastomer
PA12 – Polyamide 12 POM – Polyoxymethylene TPU – Thermoplastic polyurethane
PA66 – Polyamide 66 PP – Polypropylene TPV – Thermoplastic vulcanizate