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PLASTIC MATERIAL JOINING

PLASTIC MATERIAL JOINING

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Dear Friends,

We are Belt Conveyor Rollers Manufacturer and Now we recently start producing plastic Roller for conveyor purpose.
My Question is Which material will be suitable for joining the HDPE Pipe with Acetal Cup.?

Your early prompt response will be highly appreciated!

RE: PLASTIC MATERIAL JOINING

I think I'm totally out of my depth with this question but seeing as no one's chimed in I figured I'd offer up something (though it's not exactly timely either). I know we've had a few occasions where we've had to (primitively) join HDPE to acetal. Mind you, this wasn't a pipe to cup situation. We just used UHMWPE tape. Again, I'm not sure I understand the mechanics of what you're doing so this may not help a lick. In any case, I hope you've found your answer by now. - Cy

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