1/8" to 60" or according to drawings, samples and accurate size.
Yellow, Blue, white, Orange, Black, Red, Green, or other colors as per your requirements
standard or as customer’s need
-20°C to 80 °C
in-house or the third party
All kinds of pipes, tubes, valves, flanges, and so on.
100 pieces or as your requirement
100000 pieces per day
standard woven bag,carton , or according customers requirement.
T/T, L/C,Western Union
7 days against the drawings or samples offered.
15 - 30days after sample confirmation
Ningbo or Shanghai, China
Timeline – Precursors for plastic: • 1839 - Natural Rubber - method of processing invented by Charles Goodyear • 1843 - Vulcanite - Thomas Hancock • 1843 - Gutta-Percha - William Montgomerie • 1856 - Shellac - Alfred Critchlow, Samuel Peck • 1856 - Bois Durci - Francois Charles Lepag Timeline - Beginning of the Plastic Era with Semi Synthetics • 1839 - Polystyrene or PS discovered - Eduard Simon • 1862 - Parkesine - Alexander Parkes • 1863 - Cellulose Nitrate or Celluloid - John Wesley Hyatt • 1872 - Polyvinyl Chloride or PVC - first created by Eugen Baumann • 1894 - Viscose Rayon - Charles Frederick Cross, Edward John Bevan Timeline - Thermosetting Plastics and Thermoplastics • 1908 - Cellophane ® - Jacques E. Brandenberger • 1909 - First true plastic Phenol-Formaldehyde tradenamed Bakelite
Leo Hendrik Baekeland • 1926 - Vinyl or PVC - Walter Semon invented a plasticized PVC. • 1927 - Cellulose Acetate • 1933 - Polyvinylidene chloride or Saran also called PVDC - accidentally discovered by Ralph Wiley, a Dow Chemical lab worker. • 1935 - Low-density polyethylene or LDPE - Reginald Gibson and Eric Fawcett • 1936 - Acrylic or Polymethyl Methacrylate • 1937 - Polyurethanes tradenamed Igamid for plastics materials and Perlon for fibers. - Otto Bayer and co-workers discovered and patented the chemistry of polyurethanes • 1938 - Polystyrene made practical • 1938 - Polytetrafluoroethylene or PTFE tradenamed Teflon - Roy Plunkett • 1939 - Nylon and Neoprene considered a replacement for silk & a synthetic rubber respectively Wallace Hume Carothers • 1941 - Polyethylene Terephthalate or Pet - Whinfield and Dickson • 1942 - Low Density Polyethylene • 1942 - Unsaturated Polyester also called PET patented by John Rex Whinfield and James Tennant Dickson • 1951 - High-density polyethylene or HDPE tradenamed Marlex - Paul Hogan and Robert Banks • 1951 - Polypropylene or PP - Paul Hogan and Robert Banks • 1953 - Saran Wrap introduced by Dow Chemicals. • 1954 - Styrofoam a type of foamed polystyrene foam was invented by Ray McIntire for Dow Chemicals • 1964 - Polyimide • 1970 - Thermoplastic Polyester this includes trademarked Dacron, Mylar, Melinex, Teijin, and Tetoron • 1978 - Linear Low Density Polyethylene • 1985 - Liquid Crystal Polymers