PCORR is sturdy corrugated plastic sheeting extruded from polypropylene. It is more durable than corrugated fiberboard, but lighter in weight than wood and solid PVC sheets. Its fluted ribs support both surfaces, making PCORR lightweight, tough and abuse resistant. It's also chemical and water resistant, making it an ideal choice for numerous commercial and industrial applications.
PCORR comes in a variety of different thicknesses ranging from 2mm - 10mm. It comes in 3 standard colors; blue, black or white. Different color options are available but may have a minimum order requirement and a slight cost increase.
TriPly® is a three-layer polypropylene composite consisting of a central structural sheet between two smooth exterior sheets. The key feature of this product is the geometry design of the middle sheet which provides exceptional rigidity in all directions. Constant wall thickness improves the quality of the welded bond between the structural middle and the outer sheets, further improving strength. TriPly comes in gray and black with multiple thicknesses including 3.5 and 5.4mm.
CON-Pearl® is a lightweight polypropylene board that is made using recycled materials and is recyclable in industrial recycling systems. Made from a 3-layer material, unlike pcorr, CON-Pearl is exceptionally strong in every direction because it doesn't have a corr direction. The key is the middle-layer, where pearls are formed in the polypropylene film for multidimensional stability. The two outer skins lock the structure into a stiff, strong and lightweight board. CON-Pearl comes in gray and black with many thicknesses including 3.5, 3.7, 4.8, 5.4 and 5.8mm.
Hinkle Manufacturing offers many types of textiles that can be laminated to a wide variety of substrates. These laminates are a great solution for non-abrasive requirements such as Class-A surfaces. Each material has different qualities such as environmentally-friendly, hydrophobic or even lint-free. Contact us for samples of the laminates listed below.
Hinkle Manufacturing offers many types of sewn edges that are used to close off the open flutes of any of the plastic listed above. These sewn edges give the raw edge of the plastics a smooth edge. Adding sewn edge eliminates scratches to hands or product with Class A protection. See examples of how they are used by visiting the returnable page.