HDPE v LDPE Tubing

Recent Blog Roundup from the Team at Spiratex

At Spiratex, we pride ourselves on being so much more than just a provider of HDPE tubes, UHMW tubing and custom plastic extrusion solutions. We also want to educate our audience about what these and other types of materials can do when their full potential is unlocked – which is a big part of the reason why we’ve started a blog dedicated to precisely that.

All told, we’ve published a number of informative blogs recently that we wanted to make sure you had a chance to see. Hopefully they will help you realize what is possible with the right materials – and the right partner – by your side.

Recent Blogs You Should Know About: An Overview

One recent blog post that we published is called “HDPE v LDPE Tubing Custom Applications.” As the name suggests, it breaks down high-density polyethylene and low-density polyethylene and outlines not only what makes each one unique, but what types of industries they’re both used in.

HDPE is commonly used in industries like automotive, industrial, materials handling and more. LDPE is also used in geophysical and other environments due to its own significant properties. To find out more, click on the link above.

Next up we have an article breaking down the differences between “Flexible vs. Rigid Plastic Extrusion.” Generally speaking, flexible plastic tubes are used in situations where the plastic will eventually need to be bent to fit a precise application. Rigid plastic tubing is inflexible and, as a result, is mostly used in external environments. To learn more about the major differences and what each one can do when leveraged properly, click on the link above.

We’ve also recently written a blog post titled “Spiratex UHMW Applications,” which is exactly what it sounds like. In addition to outlining the qualities that make UHMW/PE a popular thermoplastic choice (like its high impact strength, its high abrasion resistance and the fact that it is self-lubricating, among others), we wanted to take the opportunity to outline some of the popular applications that this material is perfect for. They include but are certainly not limited to use with material handling equipment, for use as food conveyor components and even in wine manufacturing.

To find out more, click the link above.

All told, these are just a few of the many blog posts that we’ve published recently that we hope you will find truly informative. We’re regularly updating our content all the time, so be sure to check back often because you don’t want to miss anything. If you’d like to view these and other blog posts that we’ve published in all their glory, visit our blog at the following link.

If you’d like to find out more information about these or any other interesting topics, or if you just have any additional questions that you’d like to discuss with a team of experts in a bit more detail, please don’t hesitate to contact Spiratex today.

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