Plastic sheet made of ABS / PMMA has many layers. It is created by the coextrusion of PMMA and ABS plastic (polymethyl methacrylate). Even at below-freezing temperatures, items with an ABS layer have a high level of impact resistance.
The top layer is made of impact-resistant PMMA, also known as "acrylic," which offers scratch resistance, defense against UV ray damage, excellent surface quality with a high gloss, resistance to acids, alkalis, fats, automotive fuels, antifreeze agents, detergents, and prevention of bacterial growth.
Because ABS/PMMA plastic sheet is easily thermoformed, it is feasible to produce a variety of goods and baths with intricate shape.
PMMA / ABS plastic may be painted well, enabling the production of sheets in a variety of colors. The sheet's bottom side has been corona treated (activated), and its high surface tension aids in improved adherence to adhesives and resins.
The low weight of ABS/PMMA sheets in comparison to both fiberglass and other similar materials is another extremely significant feature.