This article discusses why ABS or Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene is one of the most favored choices of plastic for numerous engineering projects and industrial applications. Before we dive into the main gist of this article, let us first understand how ABS is made.
How is ABS Made?
ABS is a thermoplastic that is produced by fusing polybutadiene rubber with styrene polymers, and acrylonitrile, it’s most commonly created through a process called emulsion. The styrene gives ABS a shiny look with an impervious surface and the polybutadiene provides a superior level of durability that ABS is so famously known for.
Industries Where ABS is Preferred:
Not only is ABS reliable and tough, but it is also affordable. Listed below are some industries where ABS is widely used.
Why is ABS Plastic Popular in Many Industries?
ABS possess several attributes, making it an ideal plastic for several industrial applications. Let us go through some noteworthy properties to gain a better understanding of what makes it so popular.
With all the above-mentioned properties it is clear why ABS plastic is preferred by multiple industries. If you are in the plastic industry, then Plastivision is a great platform for you to showcase your product range and network with industry professionals. Book your booth today!