Thermoforming Plastic Sheets
At Ningbo Efine plastic, we specialize in providing high-quality thin gauge thermoforming plastic sheets and films that are perfect for a variety of industries and applications. We offer a wide range of plastic sheets made from different materials, including Polypropylene (PP), High-density polyethylene (HDPE), Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE/LLDPE), High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS), and more thermoplastic materials. Our plastic sheets are available in various colors, sizes, and thicknesses, and can be customized to meet your specific business needs.
As a vertically integrated manufacturer, we have advanced sheet extrusion equipment that allows us to produce high-quality plastic sheets. We also prioritize environmental sustainability by recycling and reusing internal production waste. Our plastic pellets are professionally mixed, melted, extruded, stretched, and formed into thin sheet materials that can be used directly or as production materials for processes like thermoforming, vacuum forming, pressure forming, die-cutting, printing and more applications.
We utilize in-house extruded sheet materials to manufacture thermoformed products, such as PET/PVC for blister packaging and PP/HIPS for disposable tableware, PE for beverage packaging, ect. Our extrusion sheet capabilities enable us to better execute thermoforming production with superior quality and cost efficiency.
- Material: PE,PS, PET, PP, PVC,ABS, etc.
- Thickness: The thickness typically ranges from 0.25 mm to 2.5 mm.
- Width and length: The width and length can also be customized
- Color: Variety of custom colors are available
- Surface finish: Glossy, matte, textured, or patterned.
- Style: Sheets or rolls
- Density: 0.91 g/cm³
- Melting point: 160-166℃
- Heat resistance: Can be used at temperatures up to about 100℃
- Chemical resistance: Resistant to acids, alkalis, organic solvents, etc.
- Food packaging and containers
- Medical packaging and protector probe
- Consumer packaging and storage boxes
HIPS (high-impact polystyrene)
- Density: 1.05 g/cm³
- Melting point: 70-90℃
- Heat resistance: Can be used at temperatures up to about 70℃
- Chemical resistance: Less resistant to some chemicals
- Packaging trays
- Point-of-purchase display trays
- Electronic product packaging
- Disposable tableware and seveware
HDPE (high-density polyethylene)
- Density: 0.95-0.97 g/cm³
- Melting point: 120-130℃
- Heat resistance: Can be used at temperatures up to about 80℃
- Chemical resistance: Resistant to acids, alkalis, but not to oxidants and oxygen
- Food packaging and contianers
- Medical packaging and probe covers
- Industrial products and components
LDPE (low-density polyethylene)
- Density: 0.92-0.94 g/cm³
- Melting point: 105-115℃
- Heat resistance: Can be used at temperatures up to about 60℃
- Chemical resistance: Resistant to acids, alkalis, but not to organic solvents
- Beverage plastic pack rings
- Plastic trays and lids
- Disposable cup liners