Sheet Plastics

PLEXIGLAS ® – the original organic glass from RÖHM GmbH (Germany). It is a polymer material with good impact resistance, UV resistance, low weight and easy handling. The transparent organic glass has a 92% light transmission and a 30-year manufacturer’s guarantee against yellowing.

Used for light advertising, interior design, window and P.O.S. design, protective glazing and partitions, sound barriers, etc.

Thicknesses: from 2 mm to 30 mm

Colours: transparent, milky white, white, black and coloured, as well as matt and mirror.

Sheet size: extruded (XT) – 2050 x 3050 mm, cast (GS) – 2030 x
3050 mm.

Lightly foamed (density 550gr/m²) PVC material with a matt finish, made in Ireland. UV resistant for signage, billboards and exhibition structures. Suitable for digital printing, screen printing and wrapping.

Thicknesses: 1 mm – 19 mm

Colours: white, black, yellow, red, grey, blue

Sheet sizes: 2050 mm x 3050 mm,1560 mm x 3050 mm


The middle layer of the aluminium composite panel consists of polyethylene coated on both sides with a 0.21 mm aluminium layer. The sheets have a UV-resistant lacquer coating, allowing them to be used outdoors. Compared to other materials, it has a lower coefficient of expansion with temperature changes. The white panels also have a special coating for digital printing. Interior panels in different colours are also available.


  • Digital printing
  • Labelling
  • Milling / bending
  • Interior design, interior decoration, advertising stands, signs

Thicknesses: 2 mm and 3 mm

Colours: white, black, yellow, red, grey, blue, silver, scratched or
“brushed” silver and mirror.

Sheet sizes: 1220 mm x 3100 mm, 1500 mm x 3050 mm, 1500 mm x 4050 mm, 2000 mm x 3050 mm

Sheet materials with a wide range of applications, high mechanical and impact resistance, resistance to many chemicals, moisture and UV radiation.

Thicknesses: from 0.4 mm to 4 mm

Colours: transparent and milky white

Dimensions: 1250 mm x 2050 mm, 2050 mm x 3050 mm

Sandwich sheet material with foamed inner structure, coated on both sides with cured matt PVC (polyvinyl chloride) 1 mm (Sign SF) or PP (polypropylene) 1 mm (Easy Print). Ultra-light, suitable for indoor and outdoor use (temporary). Suitable for UV printing and lamination – Sign SF is used as a base. EasyPrint sheets are also printable and perfect for shaping different forms (e.g. cubes), as the polypropylene top layer is easy to fold.

Sheet size: 2030 mm x 3050 mm

Thicknesses: 5 mm, 10 mm, 15 mm , 1 9mm

Colour: white, black


  • VisCom Edge border – self-adhesive decorative tape covering the inner
    the foamed layer.
  • Mounting System – a system for fixing signs to different ceiling types.

Technical Plastics

Properties and use:

Density: 2,23 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -190 ÷+250°C

Plastics have excellent chemical and temperature resistance (the most thermally stable material) and good enough mechanical properties even at high temperatures, excellent sliding properties, very low coefficient of friction, UV-resistant, good electrical insulators. Abrasion resistance, especially for work on abrasive surfaces or materials, quite soft. Pure, without additives, can come into contact with food. Additives – carbon, graphite, glass fibre – improve mechanical and friction properties.


Density: 1,79 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -50 ÷ +150 °C

The plastic has strength, rigidity (compared to PTFE) and good chemical resistance.
It has a low water absorption coefficient and is UV-resistant. PVDF is a good insulator with a lower burning class. Widely used in the chemical industry, for tank coatings, tank manufacturing, as it is well suited for brazing. Possible food contact, steam sterilisation. It is therefore widely used in the chemical and medical industries.


Density: 1,31 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -50 ÷ +250 °C

This plastic has excellent mechanical properties even under high loads, even at high temperatures and in aggressive chemical environments. Not only is the plastic very dimensionally stable, but it can also be operated for short periods up to 310 °C. Due to its unique properties, PEEK is used in sophisticated technology fields: aerospace, lasers, electronics, medical. PEEK has the best plastic properties and is therefore used to manufacture devices that operate in harsh environments. Suitable for food contact.


Operating temperature: -170 ÷ +260 °C

This material has high operating temperatures, good electrical insulation properties, does not stick at all and is resistant to aggressive chemical environments. Direct contact with food is possible, so it is often used for packaging in food production, as well as in various drying systems. Suitable for the manufacture of light-duty conveyor belts. It is supplied in rolls, can have a single adhesive surface, be antistatic or supplied in a net (for dryers).


Density: 1,35 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -50 ÷ +200 °C

Silicone rubber is flexible, springy, soft and can be exploded at high temperatures (up to 220 °C for short periods). May come into contact with food. Silicone rubber is used – in various gaskets, seals, caps, surface coatings and as a vacuum membrane


Density: 1,44 g/cm3
Operating temperature: 0 ÷ +60 ºC

PVC is a tough, hard, highly machinable plastic, but becomes much more brittle at low temperatures than PE or PP. PVC plastics can not only be welded, but also glued and painted. Plastic is chemically resistant, water-absorbent, a good insulator and has excellent fire resistance (self-extinguishing), which is why it is widely used as a structural element and in the manufacture of tanks, containers and various appliances.

Plastics can come in many different modifications and colours. Sinking into the water. Not lit, extinguished by removing the source of flame. The flame has a yellowish tinge, black smoke is emitted during combustion and soot is formed.


Density: ~ 1,15 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -40 ÷ +110 °C

Polyamides are common plastics with good mechanical properties: impact resistance, low coefficient of friction, abrasion resistance and UV protection. Polyamide is machined, resistant to petroleum products, and is often used in various industrial applications. It is used to make gears, wheels, sliding inserts, pulleys, rollers, screws, scrapers, rings and other technical parts.

Used natural polyamide has a yellowish tint (‘ivory colour’). When thrown into water, these plastics sink, catch fire badly and give off a pungent “sizzling hair” smell when burnt.


Density: 1,41 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -50 ÷ +115 °C
It is a hard and durable plastic with very good dimensional stability and impact resistance even at low temperatures. Polyacetal is highly machinable and can be used to manufacture a wide range of precision parts: calibration tools, dispensers, valves, castors, sliding inserts, holders, etc. Plastics are used in the food industry (they can come into contact with food and can be washed with alkalis), medicine and electronics. It does not absorb water, so it can be widely used in wet environments.

This plastic is usually lush white or black and sinks in water. Burns with a faint flame, giving off a very pungent, sour smell as the smoke dies down.


Density: 1,39 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -20 ÷ +115 °C

Plastic with good sliding properties, wear-resistant in contact with metals (especially polished, buffed, hardened, tempered steel). PET does not absorb moisture and has a low coefficient of thermal expansion, so the material remains very dimensionally stable. It is acid-resistant and has good dielectric properties. Because of its good mechanical properties and the possibility of contact with foodstuffs, this plastic is used for the manufacture of slide bearings, guides, stars, inserts, scrapers, where fine detailing of dimensional stability is required.
It is resistant to gamma rays and X-rays.

The plastic is usually white, black or light grey. It sinks in water, burns with a yellow flame, emits soot and, when the source of the flame is removed, slowly burns out, releasing a sweet aroma.


Density: 0,93 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -100 ÷ +80 °C

This plastic has high impact resistance, is light, flexible and not brittle even at very low temperatures, so it can be used to make protective boards, tapes (e.g. in hockey rinks). It is resistant to oil and various chemical products. The plastic can be thermoformed and welded (PE-300), so it is often used in the manufacture of containers, tanks and reservoirs. PE-500 is often used in the food industry for cutting boards, table tops. PE-1000 has excellent sliding properties and abrasion resistance, is suitable for abrasive environments and is therefore widely used not only in conveyors for transporting non-slip materials, but also in the manufacture of chain-type slideways, conveyor stars and various conveyor guides.

Plastics can come in different colours. Does not sink in water (less dense than water). It burns even when the source of the flame is removed, drips and the smoke emits a paraffin (melting wax) aroma.


Density: 0,92 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -20 ÷ +100 °C

PP plastic has better mechanical strength than PE, but is less resistant to low-temperature impacts. Polypropylene is a chemically resistant material, easy to weld, and is therefore very often used in water treatment plants, swimming pools, chemical tanks, oil tanks, electrolysis baths. PP is completely water-absorbent and can come into direct contact with foodstuffs, making it a suitable material for use in a wide range of food industries. This plastic can be thermoformed and is therefore used in orthopaedics, is lightweight and relatively inexpensive.

PP plastics do not sink in water (less dense than water). Continues to burn even when the source of the flame is removed, giving off a paraffin odour. PP plastic is harder to cut than PE.


Density: 1,42 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -40 ÷ +105 °C

It is a very strong, rigid, completely inflexible plastic. Texto-linen is pressed from laminated cotton fabric impregnated with phenolic resin. It has very good dielectric properties and abrasion resistance. This plastic can be used to manufacture a wide range of structures and parts, withstands high loads, remains dimensionally stable and does not deform. It is usually brown and the fabric is visible on the surface of the plates.


Density: 1,80 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -60 ÷ +180 °C

Glass textilite is a glass fabric and epoxy-formaldehyde resin product that has better mechanical, thermal and electrical insulation properties than conventional textilite. It is a very robust material with extremely stable dimensions. Glass textilite is an excellent dielectric and is therefore commonly used in the electrical industry. It is used for the insulation of electrical insulating plates, shields, various insulators, etc. c, for the manufacture of objects. It is usually yellowish in colour.


Density: 1,35 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -30 ÷ +100 °C

Polyurethane is very elastic and regains up to 50% of its original state when compressed. This material is resistant to abrasion when working on various surfaces, even with abrasive loose materials, powders, virtually no breakage, no slipping, good vibration damping. Polyurethane is used to manufacture various sleeves, anti-vibration spacers, castors, rubber inserts (sailienblocks), scrapers, paint and glue applicators, and vibrating plate soles. Depending on the hardness, it is produced in different colours.


Density: 1,19 g/cm3
Operating temperature: -60 ÷ +125 °C

It is one of the few transparent technical plastics. Durable and rigid with very good mechanical and electrical insulation properties. It has particularly high impact resistance and dimensional stability. The material is ideal for the production of transparent guards for coating various mechanical processing equipment, for the production of windows and skylights for agricultural and forestry machinery.

Manufacture of parts

We produce various plastic profiles, guides, chainways, gears, castors, inserts, plain bearings, valves, flanges and other parts from plastic and plastic semi-finished products.
We provide the following services
1. Advising on plastic choices.
2. We provide cutting, turning, milling, drilling, bending
and polishing services
3. We can come to the customer’s location, identify the problem and offer our solution, sharing years of experience.

Renārs Ivaninoks

Amats: Pārdošanas vadītājs

Telefons: +371 25769912