Polyethylene sheets or low-density-polyethylene (LDPE) sheets are a form of plastic that can provide a number of different uses and benefits to your warehouse or workshop. Here are just some of the reasons why your workplace may want to keep a roll of this type of sheeting handy on a daily basis.
LDPE Sheets Can Be Transformed Via Heat or Other Methods
LDPE plastic can change its shape via the introduction of heat through welding or another method in order to form a new shape that is then used within one of your products. LDPE sheets are often welded, cut, or drilled in order to form hoods, ducts, and a variety of other products. A roll of LDPE plastic gives your warehouse or workshop a material that you can use in a variety of ways to achieve your desired results.
LDPE Sheets Are Thin and Flexible But Durable and Strong
LDPE sheets are quite thin yet possess an immense amount of strength even after the sheeting is adapted through heat or cutting. It's thin enough to use as a cutting board but strong enough to use as the main material in your next build. Products crafted from LDPE sheeting will maintain this long-term strength and durability, hopefully associating your company with long-term reliability. Plastic is also more lightweight than metal or some other material types, and it will make it easier for your workers to move the sheeting from place to place throughout your work area when needed.
LDPE Sheets Are Chemical and Corrosion Resistant
LDPE sheeting doesn't just have physical durability or strength. It's also quite durable when it comes to standing up to chemicals or corrosion. As previously mentioned, since it can be used as a cutting board, it can also be used as a barrier to protect another surface while you are working with hazardous materials. Place an LDPE sheet down on top of your wooden desk or countertop in order to work without worrying about damaging anything. Like all plastic, LDPE sheets are also great at standing up to corrosion, making LDPE a great material for any product that may come into contact with water or moisture over time.
Adding a few rolls of LDPE sheeting to your workspace can bring a variety of benefits. You can use LDPE plastic as the main material in your next product build, or use the sheeting as a protective barrier while working with other materials.