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Since 1966, Montrose Molders Corp. has provided its customers with industry leading products, service and quality

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HEMP-FILLED PLASTICS 

Hemp Filled ABS, PP, PE and PLA

 

Montrose offers a variety of hemp-filled plastics.  25% hemp-filled ABS, PE, PP and PLA are available for trialing and production.  Hemp derivative industries such as CBD oil, clothing and accessories have resulted in a great of spent hemp bi-products which engineers have begun using as a filler for various plastics in order to create thermoplastics that process easily, warp and sink less, and cool faster.  All of these characteristics result in a part that looks better, processes faster and introduces much less carbon-based plastic into the environment.

Please CLICK HERE to request more information or speak to a technical sales representative about trialing or production.

POST-CONSUMER  PP AND PE

Post-Consumer HDPE and Food-Grade 

 

Montrose now offers a line of post-consumer HDPE and food-grade PP that has been produced from recylced plastics that would have otherwise ended up in our oceans and rivers.  Oceanbound Plastics is committed to preventing plastics from polluting our waters, working to collect waste in high-risk, high-pollution areas and create high-quality, reusable, reprocessed polypropylene and polyethylene that can be used to make your products.

 

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CELLULOSE FILLED PP

PP WITH A CELLULOSE FILLER

 

Cellulose fiber is a natural polymer found in trees.  Some key benefits of cellulose fibers as a reinforcement in plastics are that it is sustainable, strong, flexible, and nonabrasive to tooling.  Another key benefit is that it is roughly 40% less dense than materials reinforced with glass fiber. Additionally, weight reduction and reduced cooling time have reduced the cost associated with molding in Thrive versus materials such as PP and HIPS.  Start a chat by clicking on the link below to request more information.

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POLYHYDROXYALKANOATES

PHA

 

This innovative plastic alternative is bio and marine degradable.  It is considered more environmentally friendly than the other options listed on this page. Once molded, it has mechanical characteristics similar to polypropylene and high-impact poly styrene. It can be used in applications that must avoid brittle materials and can be used in projects with living hinges.  Start a chat by clicking on the link below to request more information.

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POLYLACTIC ACID

PLA

 

This bio-plastic is biodegradable in a composting environment. Naturally transparent, it can be used for clear applications, but its brittleness is similar to General Purpose Polystyrene. To combat this, PHA an be used as an impact modifier when blended into PLA at 15 - 25%.  While it has many uses, it is commonly used for food packaging.  Start a chat by clicking on the link below to request more information.

Please CLICK HERE to request more information or speak to a technical sales representative about trialing or production.