Strong, stiff, and resistant to moisture absorption, acetal plastics are frequently used in food and packaging industries.
Acetal Homopolymer Delrin 150
Stiffer than acetal copolymer, Delrin 150 is an acetal homopolymer that has a consistent chemical structure, making it one of the strongest polymers used in engineering.
FDA Compliant, White
Acetal Homopolymer Delrin AF Blend
Made of an acetal homopolymer blend, Delrin AF is filled with PTFE to increase slipperiness, which adds wear resistance.
Strong, stiff, and resistant to moisture absorption, acetal copolymer is frequently used in food and packaging industries to create strong containers that help block moisture. Copolymers have a variance in their chemical structure that makes them weaker than homopolymers, which have a consistent structure.