Construction Industry

Plastics applications in the construction industry
The use of plastics in building and construction helps save energy, reduce costs, improve quality of life and protect the environment. Over the years, building fire safety standards have improved and the plastics industry has increased its efforts to develop plastic materials and products that are less flammable and more effective at stopping the spread of fire, helping to sustainably reduce fire-related injuries and property damage.
Plastics are innovative materials that are increasingly being used in building and construction. Without the solutions offered by plastic materials, the goal of energy efficient buildings would be difficult to achieve. More than 50 different plastic varieties have unique building properties. Among other things, plastics contribute to insulation, with applications in window frames, wiring, plumbing, wall coverings, flooring and roofing. The typical lifespan of plastic applications in building construction is 30 to 50 years, but many plastic pipes installed more than 50 years ago are still in operation today. Plastics in building construction By equipping buildings with plastics, affordable, quality, energy-efficient and environmentally friendly living can be achieved. Their versatility and aesthetics allow them to be used throughout the roof to the cellar. The use of plastics on the outside of buildings can: 1. weatherproof, coat and isolate the building's facade 2. divert rainwater from gutters and water pipes 3. isolate the underside of roofs 4. storm windows and doors 5. landscaping and outside spaces.
Also plastics are used in the structure of buildings: 1. isolation and soundproofing of interior walls 2. isolation of cellars 3. supply of drinking water and drainage of wastewater 4. provision of fresh air and heating through ventilation and heat recovery systems.
In terms of special building materials, such as the construction of greenhouses in the extremely cold Antarctic, the materials must be adapted to the extreme climatic conditions of the extreme cold. There are research departments use special plastic materials for the greenhouse cover material. Ensure the work and life of staff in extreme environments.
Application of Beeplastic plastic material
1.Polycarbonate (PC), a thermoplastic polymer with good impact resistance Polycarbonate is a thermoplastic polymer with good impact resistance and a density between 1200 and 1260 kg/m3. Today it is widely used as an alternative to glass in construction. Polycarbonate was first created in the 1950s and is known for its surface hardness and insulation properties and its resistance to the harsh environment of the atmosphere. The material also has a high degree of transparency and an attractive appearance, making them suitable for use in safety helmets and safety glass. The classic is Armstrong and Aldrin in 1969 when the moon landing with a helmet is made of polycarbonate. Its characteristics are transparent, flame retardant, recyclable and a good thermal insulator. Polycarbonate compared to glass, lower density, better practicality.
2. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) was first manufactured in 1838 by the British scientist Victor Neo. Polyvinyl chloride contains carbon, chlorine and hydrogen atoms, and some of its extracts come from petroleum crude oil and salt. Chemically, it is inert, non-toxic, resistant to fire and bad weather, impermeable and well insulated, with good insulation against electricity and sound, highly transparent, easy to process and fully recyclable through extrusion, injection molding, laminating, thermoforming and pressure treatment. Because it is a thermoplastic material, it can be easily heated and reshaped, and by cooling it can regain its original properties while maintaining its new shape. PVC is widely used in building construction, in pipes, windows, doors, shutters, etc.
3. Polytetrafluoroethylene is a polymer of tetrafluoroethylene ETFE. Commonly known as Teflon, it is known as the "King of Plastics". It is a polymer compound made of tetrafluoroethylene by polymerization, which has excellent chemical stability, corrosion resistance, sealing, high lubrication non-stick, electrical insulation and good anti-aging resistance. Except for liquid fluorine and molten metal sodium, it can resist the corrosion of most chemicals and can exist stably at a temperature of +250℃ to -180℃. In addition, this material has environmental characteristics and is a non-toxic material, used as engineering plastics, can be made into PTFE tubes, rods, strips, plates, films, etc.
Plastic materials are widely used in the decoration and design industry, the decoration industry has a variety of colors and a variety of material performance differences, so we provide customers with a variety of material configuration solutions, including the use and use of place.
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Since its inception, Beeplastic has been providing high-quality machined and fabricated plastic parts for a wide range of industries and applications using cutting-edge industrial plastics. We offer a variety of production methods - including advanced CNC machining, solvent and adhesive bonding - to manufacture fully customized customer-specific parts.
To realize your vision, Beplastic's engineering staff will work with you on material selection, sizing and design to ensure the final product meets all of your exact needs.
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