Carlsson & Möller engineering plastics can give your products new features and capabilities. Products can be made smaller, lighter, more durable, flexible and heat resistant.
One example is the MD plastic which makes it possible to magnetically capture any loose particles from machine elements in a process line.
Another example is the ATEX approved antistatic plastic, which prevents static electricity to build-up causing an explosion when handling organic and synthetic materials.
Carlsson & Möller has extensive experience in helping companies to develop and improve their products. More and more companies, especially in the food, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, energy / environment and process industries use our know-how and resources. We provide support in all the stages from design to finished components.
Lightweight construction means lower energy consumption and reduced environmental impact. Engineering plastics is the solution since components of these materials can be made up to 80-85 per cent lighter than the components of metal.
What is thermoplastic? Thermoplastic is an extremely malleable plastic material which can be melted, and remelted again, without breaking down the chemical structure. Thus, it can be collected for recycling. Thermoplastic has infinite methods of use – it is often used for housings in TV receivers, video cameras, mobile phones and computer screens, to name a few.
A polymer that is made up of bound molecules in a three-dimensional network. The material is so-called cross-linked.