Northeast Plastics

ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)

Please call 215-637-2221 for price and availability.

Sheet

Length:

up to 125"

Width:

up to 54"
Thickness: .06"-2.5"

Rod

Length:

up to 125"

Diameter: .25"-2.5"

 

For additional sizing, cut to size, machined parts, and 3 dimensional fabrication call today for a quote.

Product Overview

ABS- Commodity Thermoplastic

ABS, also known as acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, is  made through the polymerization of styrene and acrylonitrile onto thermoplastic rubber. Known for its toughness, heat resistance, and ease of molding, ABS is used in a wide range of industries. Its strength and durability while being easy to process and finish allows for extensive use in consumer products. ABS’s excellent balance of mechanical properties and ease of fabrication has cemented its place as a go-to material for manufacturers worldwide.

Features and Benefits:

  • Impact Strength: Perfect for high-stress and impact applications.
  • Thermal Stability: Capable of withstanding high temperatures without softening or melting.
  • Formable: Easy to Machine, cut, and thermoform, makes creating almost any shape easy.
  • Chemical resistant: Resistant to weak acids and solvents.
  • Customizable: Available in a variety of colors and finishes.

 

Applications:

  • Safety Equipment: Commonly used in helmets and hard hats.
  • Tubing: Heat, chemical, and water resistant, ABS makes excellent pipes.
  • Automotive: Lightweight and easy to form, perfect for automotive interiors.
  • Electronics: ABS is commonly used as electronic housings due to its strength and ease of forming.
  • Toys: Non-toxic, durable, and cost effectivness make ABS common in toys.

 

At Northeast Plastics, we offer a wide range of ABS grades, from standard ABS to flame-resistant and FDA-compliant variants, each designed to meet specific industrial needs. Whether you need mechanical strength, thermal resistance, or chemical stability, we have the perfect ABS grade for your application.

Ready to upgrade your materials? Contact Northeast Plastics today to learn more about our ABS offerings and how they can benefit your projects