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Aerospace Plastics Market

Aerospace Plastics Market

The global aerospace plastics market covers different types of plastics commonly used in the aerospace industry, including Polyether Ether Ketone (PEEK), Polycarbonates (PC), Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS), Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS) among others. Plastic is extensively used in the aerospace industry as it makes aircraft lighter, economical, and safer. Further, the rising adoption of plastic in the aerospace industry is not only for interiors but also for complicated technical parts, propulsion components, and structural elements.

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Advantages of Plastics over Traditional Materials

Plastic materials have continued to shape aircraft manufacturing owing to their low weight, durability, and higher strength. Over 30 years, several aircraft manufacturers including, Boeing and Airbus, have integrated plastics into their manufacturing processes and are currently manufacturing almost half of the aircraft structures with composites. A composite material is produced from two or more plastics materials with different chemical and physical properties; it exhibits unique physical and chemical characteristics that traditional material cannot provide. For instance, plastics or composites are more durable than iron or steel and lighter than aluminum.

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