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Polycarbonate (PC) plastics are a naturally transparent amorphous thermoplastic. Although they are made commercially available in a variety of colors (perhaps translucent and perhaps not), the raw material allows for the internal transmission of light nearly in the same capacity as glass.


  • PC is durable, has high impact strength, and is exceptionally clear.

  • Have densities between 1.20 – 1.22 g/cm3.

  • Polycarbonate is naturally transparent with the ability to transmit light nearly that of glass.

  • It has high strength, toughness, heat resistance, and excellent dimensional and color stability.

  • It has fair chemical resistance but is attacked by many organic solvents.

  • It is fairly expensive compared to other plastics.

  • Flame-retardants can be added to polycarbonate without significant loss of properties.

  • Glass fibers can be added to polycarbonate to significantly increase tensile strength, flexural strength, flexural modulus, and heat deflection temperature. Doing so will cause a decrease in the impact strength and tensile elongation.


PC Application


Polycarbonate is an incredibly useful plastic for applications requiring transparency and high impact resistance. It is a lighter alternative to glass and a natural UV filter, so it is often used in eyewear.

  • Data storage including, CDs, DVDs, blu-ray discs, etc.

  • Lenses including sunglasses, prescription glasses, automotive headlamps, riot shields, instrument panels, etc…

  • PC is derived from bisphenol A (BPA) and is no longer used in food applications

  • Electrical and telecommunications hardware

  • Construction materials such as dome lights, sound walls, etc.

  • Automotive, aircraft, and security components

  • Medical applications




  • WANHUA PC A1073 / A1107 / A1105 / FR2820T

  • CHIMEI PC 110

  • SABIC PC 1000R / 0703R / 1003R

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