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The Porosity Problem

Customers looking for acetal (polyoxymethylene) are sometimes surprised to learn that the plastic comes in both homopolymer and copolymer resins. While both resins still result in a material that is “acetal” – there are some significant differences....

Blue Acetal – Why It Matters

What’s in a color? This fall we started selling Redco™ ZL 900 Blue®. The name sounds “fancy” but it really just refers to standard acetal that we now sell in the color blue. No new properties, heat tolerances, or anything else. So why does this...

X-Ray Visible Plastics for Food Processing Now Available

We are proud to introduce another impressive plastic innovation! Redwood Plastics now offers X-ray detectable UHMW-PE, Acetal copolymer, and PEEK sheets and rods for machined parts and components used in the food processing industry. The FDA has introduced the Food...

Plastics Solve Poultry Transport Dilemma

Redwood Plastics recently played a part in the poultry processing business. Two of their valued customers in Saskatoon have curtain trailers that they use to transport their birds. The Curtain trailers, similar to the one pictured above, run on a slider system where a...