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Clean Seal Plastic Extrusions

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Clean Seal, Inc. plastic extrusions capabilities. We use state of the art manufacturing and superior engineering to develop the perfect plastic extrusion for your project.

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Clean Seal Plastic Extrusions

  1. 1. Serving our customers for over 35 years Clean Seal, Inc. Plastic Extrusions
  2. 2.  Founded in 1978  Manufacturer/Distributor of high quality extruded rubber & plastic seals, springs, automotive hose, molded products, expanded foams, and trim moldings
  3. 3. Located in South Bend, Indiana
  4. 4. Large inventory of stock items in our climate controlled warehouse. We ship product fast!
  5. 5.  Clean Seal has been awarded the prestigious ISO 9001:2008 certification every year since 2002.
  6. 6. PLASTIC EXTRUSIONS
  7. 7. Markets served by Clean Seal®, Inc. We serve hundreds of industries worldwide
  8. 8.  Transportation- RV, Truck, Trailer, Ambulance, Transit, Rail  Energy  POP  Windows/Doors  Marine  Construction  Agricultural  Appliance  Military  Industrial and many more
  9. 9.  Clean Seal is the innovator and problem solver for our customer’s needs.  Our technical expertise sets us apart from the competition.  We can work with your engineers to create custom dies.  Clean Seal can ship stock items in 3-4 days.
  10. 10. Cross Section Considerations • Even wall thickness • Avoid large wall thickness variations • Avoid extremely thin areas • Minimum wall thickness guideline - .020” • Avoid sharp corners
  11. 11. Product Types/Industries Automotive Trailer skirts Medical carts and beds Shelving manufacturers FRP manufacturers Window film and film systems Outdoor furniture Poultry houses Office furniture Drawer slide manufacturers Window and door Bus seating RV manufacturers Cable manufacturers POP Roll-up door trailer manufacturers Injection molders Door Sweeps Under-hood Automotive air-baffles PVC garage door seals Swing-door Trailer Seals
  12. 12.  Profile extrusion  Sheet extrusion  Dual & triple- durometer extrusions  Large & intricate parts  Injection molding  Overmolding  Lamination • Cutting • Die-cutting • Drilling • Punching • Notching • Color Match • Custom Printing • Laser etch printing • Stamping • Striping • Custom Packaging
  13. 13. How Many Plastic Materials Are There?
  14. 14. Plastic Recycling System 16
  15. 15. SBSSEBS/SEPS TPERubber COPE COPATPUTPV EngineeringStyrenicOlefinic TPE Industry Technology Platforms Vinyl (PVC) EPDMEPDM Butyl Rubber MetalloceneEPDM NBR Si Fl PVC Alloys TPO
  16. 16. • Fluorinated TPV • Silicone-based TPV • Co-Polyamide (High Temperature, Resiliency) • Co-Polyester (High Temp., Chem. Resistance) • Thermoplastic Polyurethane (Abrasion Resistance, Toughness) • Thermoplastic Vulcanizate (Compression Set, Temperature) • Styrene Ethylene/Butylene Styr. (Low Durometer, Colorability) • Thermoplastic Polyolefin (Cost-Performance) • Styrene Butadiene Styrene (Low Cost, Colorability) • Polyvinyl Chloride (Alloys) (Weatherability, Chem. Resistance) Technology/Acronyms TPE Products &Technologies TPU COPE COPA .50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 5.00+ 10.00+ Market Pricing ($/lb.) ProductPerformance lowhigh Engineering Elastomers Standard ElastomersfPVC SEBS TPV TPO SBS Fl TPVSi TPV
  17. 17.  Fillers and reinforcements › Talc, calcium, glass › Lower cost › Add dimensional stability › Improve strength › Reduce shrinkage › Reduce warping  Additives › UV › Slipcoat › Foaming agents › Impact modifiers › Flammability › Improve temperature resistance › Colorants
  18. 18. Material Selection Checklist Date ____________ Customer ___________________ Project _____________________ Describe the function of the part; __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________Lbs/Yr:__ __________________________________________________________________ __________ Similar Products on the Market- _________________________________________________________ Wall section - __________________________________________________________________ ______ Rigid?_________ Flexible?_________ Considerations (Relate to common plastic products if unable to quantify) 1. LOADS 1.1. Type ____________________ 1.2. Magnitude ____________________ 1.3. Duration ____________________ 1.4. Frequency ____________________ 1.5. Impact ____________________ (Single Impact or Repeated Impact) 1.6. Fatigue ____________________ 1.7. Wear ____________________ 2. ENVIRONMENT 2.1. Temperature ____________________ 2.2. Chemicals ____________________ 2.3. Humidity ____________________ 2.4. Cleaning Agents ____________________ 2.5. Lubricants ____________________ 2.6. UV Light ____________________ 2.7. Duration ____________________ 3. ELECTRICAL 3.1. Voltage ____________________ 3.2. Conductivity ____________________ 3.3. Insulating ____________________ 3.4. EMI/RFI ____________________ 4. SPECIAL 4.1. Transparency ____________________ 4.2. Paintability ____________________ 4.3. Plateability ____________________ 4.4. Color ____________________ (pre-colored, natural, salt and pepper) 4.5. Surface Finish ____________________ 4.6. Other Appearance ___________________ 4.7. Flammability ____________________(RoHS compliant, halogens, brominated?) 4.8. UL or C.S.A. ____________________ 4.9. FDA ____________________ 4.10. NSF ____________________ 4.11. Other Agency ____________________ 4.12. Cost ____________________ 4.13. Tolerances ____________________ 4.14. Assembly ____________________ 4.15. Sterilization ____________________ 4.16. Filler/Reinforcement & % ______________ The properties need to be ranked in order of importance because the selection process will involve trade-offs of properties and price or within properties. We must know what criteria must be held at all costs. Material & Application Consideration…
  19. 19. • Compression fit • Friction/gravity • Adhesive • HATS tape • PSA tape • Glued in place in field • Mechanical • Push-in dart • Slide-in • Clip-on • Clipped, Nailed, Screwed in place Fit: Methods of Attachment
  20. 20.  Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)  Polypropylene (PP)  Polyethylene (PE)  Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)  High Impact Styrene (HIPS)  Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate (ASA)  Thermoplastic Elastomers (TPE’s)
  21. 21.  Broad category for all thermoplastic elastomers  Measured in durometer or softness (35-90 A)  Four (4) main subcategories › Vinyl (flexible PVC)  Lowest cost  Poor compression set and cold temp performance  Good UV and chemical resistance › Olefin based (TPO & TPV)  Thermoplastic Polyolefin (TPO)  Blend of polypropylene & un-crosslinked EPDM  Thermoplastic Vulcanizate (TPV)  Blend of polypropylene and crosslinked EPDM  Improved heat resistance and compression set  Commonly trade names such as Santoprene or Sarlink › Styrenic based (SBS & SEBS)  SEBS has higher heat resistance, better mechanical, & chemical resistance  Common trade names such as Monprene or Tekron
  22. 22.  Characteristics: › Diverse offering › Low density, high density, medium density, linear low density › Chemical resistance (better than PP) › Toughness at low temperatures (better than PP) › Good wear resistance  Common uses › Bottles › Packaging film › Garbage cans › Medical tubing › Drinking straws
  23. 23.  Characteristics › Rubber modified styrene › Rigid › Transparent › Tough › Resistant to grease › Resistant to food stains  Common Uses › Mixing bowls › Refrigerator parts › Food storage containers › Toothbrushes › Cosmetic cases
  24. 24.  GPPS – General Purpose Polystyrene › Brittle › Poor chemical resistance › Process friendly  HIPS – High Impact Polystyrene › Tougher opaque option to GPPS  ABS – Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene › Tougher yet w/ added heat resistance vs HIPS  Common Uses › Retail sign boards › Plasticware › Office machinery › Automotive dashboards
  25. 25.  Characteristics: › Homopolymer and copolymer – each offer advantages › Chemical resistance › Fatigue resistance › Poor scratch resistance › Poor UV resistance › Contact clarity › Better heat resistance vs PE  Common uses › Plastic boxes and trays › Outdoor furniture and trim › Consumer goods › Tubing
  26. 26.  Characteristics: › Flame retardant › UV resistant › Good chemical resistance › Tough › Available in clear and opaque  Common uses › Windows › Point of Purchase / Retail › Cable jacketing › Piping
  27. 27. PSA (Pressure Sensitive Adhesive) • Rubber Based PSA • Great initial tack • Used as an installation aid • Used in static applications • Acrylic PSA • Moderate initial tack • Meant for long term use • Used in dynamic applications HATS (Heat Activated Tape System) • Aggressive 3M Acrylic Adhesive • Used in Automotive applications • Heat activated done by manufacturer Tape Selection
  28. 28. • High quality products at a competitive price • Technical support on materials, design, application, etc. • Stocking programs to minimize your inventory investment and product lead-times (in stock vs. 8 to 12 weeks customs • Medium size business that is small enough to be flexible and large enough to support big business
  29. 29. • All factories are ISO certified • We can assist in product development with in-depth tooling to meet your specifications • Our Product Development team works closely with you to determine concept feasibility and take development from concept to launch • Inspection Processes
  30. 30. Blanket Order Stocking Programs Vendor Audits Competitive sourcing Quality Control
  31. 31.  Clean Seal®, Inc. exhibits at many trade shows throughout the year so that we can continuously support our customers attending these shows. You can visit us at these or any of the shows listed on our website. • Pacific Design and Manufacturing Show • SEMA • CON-EXPO • NTEA - The Work Truck Show • The International Work Boat Show
  32. 32. Pink Heals "Cares Enough To Wear Pink“ is a great organization supporting women fighting cancer.
  33. 33. “Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises” We look forward to working together to provide solutions for your projects!
  34. 34. Please contact us at : Clean Seal, Inc. 20900 W. Ireland Road South Bend, In. 46680 1-800-366-3682 1-574-299-1888 Visit our website @: www.cleanseal.com

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