Plastics commonly used in electronic products include ABS, POM, and PC.
Plastic definition: mainly composed of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen and other organic or inorganic elements. The finished product is a solid. It is a molten liquid during the manufacturing process. Therefore, it can be melted by heating, and the pressure can be made to flow and cool. It is cured to form a variety of shapes. This large and diverse group of materials is called plastic.
Plastic properties: good insulation for electricity, heat and sound: electrical insulation, arc resistance, heat preservation, sound insulation, sound absorption, vibration absorption, excellent noise elimination performance.
Plastic raw materials source:
The most familiar part of the PC material is derived from petroleum. PC material has a petrol smell when burned;
ABS is extracted from coal, and ABS is soot-like when burned out;
The POM is derived from natural gas. When the POM burns, it will have a very smelly gas smell.