Polymer

Polymer and petrochemical

The word polymer is derived from the Greek word (poly) and (meros) meaning the paragraph.Polymers are very large molecules that consist of a large number of atoms.Micro-molecules are predominantly of little molecular weight,but polymer does not have a limit on molecular weight.

Polymer, both synthetic polymer and natural polymer play essential and ubiquitous roles in everyday life due to their broad range of properties.

The petrochemical industry has been specially positioned as an opportunity to convert raw materials (oil and gas) into valuable products in the Middle East.

The petrochemical chain begins with hydrocarbons in crude oil, gas condensate, or natural gas, and after processing into chemical and petrochemical processes, they become new chemical products.

The production of downstream unit’s Petrochemical industry are manufactures of synthetic and textile fibers, industrial oils, paints and protective coatings, pesticides, sanitary and chemical fertilizers, plastic containers, plastic products, sports goods, toys and all kinds of clothes.

The types of Polymer

Polymer is used in many industries. Some of the industries that consume polymer include packaging, home appliance, automotive, health and pharmaceutical industries, agriculture and construction industries.

Polyethylene, PE

Polypropylene,PP

Polystyrene, PS

Acrylonitryle Butadiene Styrene, ABS

Bisphenol-A, BPA

Polyester, semi dull

Polyethylene Terephthalate, PET

Purified terephthalic Acid, PTA

Styrene Butadiene Rubber, SBR

Poly Butadiene Rubber, PBR

Poly Vinyle Chloride, PVC

Polycarbonate

Crystal Melamine

Epoxy Resins

What is the Polymer?

Many polymers are made up of hydrocarbons (carbon and hydrogen). These types of polymers are composed of continuous carbon atoms, in the form of a long chain called the axial column of the polymer. Given the nature of carbon, one or more atoms can be connected to each carbon atom in the pivot column. In some polymers, there are only atoms of carbon and hydrogen. Polyethylene, polypropylene, poly butylene, polyesters and polyethylene are considered to be in this category.

Polymer and industries

There are many industries that are in some way associated with polymer materials. The world's most important and oldest industry is the chemical industry. With the creation of new methods for polymer synthesis, the chemical industry is undergoing enormous transformation, and new polymer materials are emerging with new applications in the industry.

Types of tires, plastics, various adhesives, various types of coatings and other polymeric materials used in engineering equipment and facilities such as polyethylene pipes, plastic tanks, plastic cases for home and many others, all made of a variety of polymers.

Related Products

Polypropylene| PP

Polypropylene, PP Polypropylene, PP is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide range of applications including film and sheet, blow molding, injection molding, food packaging, textile, laboratory and medical equipment, tubes, industrial applications and building components and automotive

Terephthalic acid| PTA

Terephthalic acid, PTA Terephthalic acid, PTA with formula C6H4 (CO2H) 2 is a solid and colorless organic compound used as the starting material for the production of polyester. Millions of kilograms of Terephthalic acid, PTA are produced annually. Terephthalic acid, PTA is one of the most

Epoxy Resin|resine

Epoxy Resin Epoxy resin is used in various industries such as adhesive production, flooring, composite components, marine coatings, corrosion protection coatings, glass fiber reinforced containers and artificial stones.Epoxy is called a chemical group in which there is an oxygen atom with two

Crystal Melamine| melamine

Melamine, crystal melamine Chemical formula of melamine is C3H6N6.  The German word melamine was coined by combining the words: melam (a derivative of ammonium thiocyanate) and amine. Melamine is an organic base chemical most commonly found in the form of white crystals rich in nitrogen.

Polycarbonate| PC

Polycarbonate, PC Polycarbonate, PC is a special type of polyester used as an engineering plastic owing to its exceptional impact resistance, tensile strength, ductility, dimensional stability, and optical clarity. Polycarbonate, PC is a clear, colorless polymer used extensively for engineering

Polyvinyl chloride| PVC

Polyvinyl chloride, PVC Polyvinyl chloride, PVC is one of the most commonly used thermoplastic polymers. Polyvinyl chloride, PVC is white and very dry and fragile nature. Polyvinyl chloride, PVC is used more   than most other polymers. Polyvinyl chloride, PVC is produced in two types:

Polybutadiene Rubber| Poly butadiene Rubber| PBR

Polybutadiene Rubber, PBR Polybutadiene was one of the first elastomers or tires that was invented, 70% of poly-butadiene is used to make rubber and tire, and 25% to 30% of it is added as an additive to other tires.Polybutadiene Rubber, PBR is the second largest volume synthetic rubber produced,

Styrene butadiene rubber|SBR

Styrene-Butadiene Rubber, SBR Styrene butadiene rubber, SBR is the outcome of synthetic rubber research in 1929, a German chemist developed a series of synthetic elastomers by copolymerization of two compounds (styrene and butadiene) in the presence of a catalyst. The process is to let styrene

Polyethylene Terephthalate, PET

Polyethylene Terephthalate, PET Polyethylene Terephthalate, PET is a polyamide used in most countries to produce polyethylene resin, resin, bottle and engineering polyester resins.These bottles have the high resistance to fracture, temperature, gas infiltration, low weight and cheaper prices

Bisphenol A, BPA

Bisphenol A, BPA Bisphenol A, BPA is a colorless crystalline solid belonging to the family of organic compounds; its molecular formula is C15H16O2.Bisphenol A, BPA is an industrial chemical that has been used to make certain plastics and resins Bisphenol A, BPA is found in polycarbonate plastics

Polystyrene, PS

Polystyrene, PS Polystyrene,PS is a clear, colorless polymer used extensively for low-cost applications.Polystyrene is available commercially in both pellet and sheet form. The most serious deficiencies are low impact strength, poor weather ability and poor chemical resistance. Polystyrene,

ABS polymer|Acrylonitryle Butadiene Styrene

Acrylonitrile butadiene Styrene, ABS  Acrylonitrile butadiene Styrene, ABS is produced in 50 grades, which include regular grades, heat resistant, flame retardant and elastic screeds. Acrylonitrile butadiene Styrene, ABS screeds are easily molded with injection, extrusion and winding

Scroll to Top