Polyethylene terephthalate glycol / PETG

PETG (or copolyesters) are glycol modified PETs; the modification is done by adding a second glycol during polymerization. The resulting molecular structure is irregular and the material is clear and amorphous with a glass transition temperature of 88 C and melting temperature of 290 C. PETGs can be processed over a wider processing range than conventional PETs and offer good combination of properties such as toughness, clarity, and stiffness.

PETG sheets and rods offer a desirable combination of properties such as clarity, toughness, and stiffness. Applications include medical devices (test tubes and bottles), toys, displays and lighting fixtures, face shields, and refrigerator crisper pans.


PETG rods

PETG rods

PETG rods (thermoplastic copolymer polyester) - lightweight transparent plastic, flexible enough, easy to stretch, used for thermoforming and cold forming. Especially PETG sheets have excellent impact strength, including at low temperatures (down to -40 ° C), as well as good resistance to chemicals. One of the advantages is PETG sheets is the ..

PETG sheets

PETG sheets

PETG sheets (thermoplastic copolymer polyester) - lightweight transparent plastic, flexible enough, easy to stretch, used for thermoforming and cold forming. Especially PETG sheets have excellent impact strength, including at low temperatures (down to -40 ° C), as well as good resistance to chemicals. One of the advantages is PETG sheets is th..

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