Properties of Plastic Hanger Accessories

We are one of the well-known Garments accessories manufacturers, trader, importer and wholesaler of Wooden Hangers. The offered plastic hangers are used for hanging the cloths, in homes and cloth stores. We are also one of the leading Plastic Accessories Manufacturer offering hangers are made from superior grade plastic material, which is procured from reliable vendors in the market.

Plastic Hangers offered comes in attractive finish designs and offer perfect hanging support for clothes of different sizes and cut designs. The bright colored presentation of these hangers as well as sturdy molded stainless steel plastic finish also makes these hangers provide for stable usage. It’s neat finish also provides for unique and aesthetic looks. Some of its properties include:

Chemical Resistance of Plastic

Some chemicals may react with a given polymer by changing its color without affecting its mechanical capabilities, while other materials may actively degrade or dissolve it. Manufacturer chemical compatibility data should be reviewed for each given chemical compound. Chemical Compatibility data may be available upon request.

Dielectric Strength of Plastic

Dielectric Strength is displayed as volts per mil (1/1000 inch). The dielectric strength of an insulating material is equal to the maximum electric field strength/stress that it can withstand without experiencing failure of its insulating properties(without breaking down).

Flexural Strength of Plastic

Flexural Strength is defined as a material’s ability to resist deformation under load. The flexural strength represents the highest stress experienced within a given material at its moment of rupture. It is measured in terms of stress by applied force in pounds per square inch.

Light Transmission of Plastic

It refers to the amount of light a material allows through it. UV light transmission is based on the nm range of UV light transmitted. Visible light transmission is the amount of visible light transmitted based on the D65 Illuminant scale where 100% transmission allows through 6500k lumens.

Heat Deflection Temperature of Plastic

Heat Deflection Temperature is the temperature at which a material deforms under a specified load. The temperature is increased at 2 °C or 35.6°F /min until the specimen deflects 0.25mm/.01in. The deflection temperature test results are a useful measure of relative service temperature for a polymer when used in load-bearing parts. However, the deflection temperature test is a short-term test and should not be used alone for product design

Maximum Continuous Operating Temperature of Plastic

Maximum operating temperature is the highest temperature at which a material will maintain its mechanical stability.

Tensile Strength of Plastic

Tensile strength is calculated as the maximum stress that a material can withstand while being stretched or pulled before failing/tearing/breaking. The listed values are measured in pounds per square inch.

UV Resistance of Plastic

UV Resistance refers to a material’s ability to resist degradation from absorbing UV radiation. Materials that are not UV stable will change both in appearance and molecular structure when exposed to UV, and over time can become brittle, crack, change , color, warp etc.