High Density Polyethylene Sheet (HDPE/PE300)

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High Density Polyethylene (HDPE/PE300)
High Density Polyethylene – also referred to as HDPE, PE300 grade polyethylene – has excellent impact strength, even at temperatures as low as -30ºC. Coupled with low coefficient of friction and ease of fabrication, High Density Polyethylene is therefore widely used in automotive, leisure and industrial applications and is particularly suitable for the fabrication of tanks, silos, hoppers etc.

High Density Polyethylene is also easily welded and great for machining. High Density Polyethylene has a maximum working temperature of +90ºC.

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Polyethylene PE300 sheet - HDPE is a lightweight and strong engineering plastic with high impact strength.  It also has excellent chemical resistance with very low moisture absorption and is FDA approved.  HDPE can also be fabricated and welded. Polyethylene PE300 sheet .

Key Features :

Designed to be one of the most versatile plastics in the world, high density polyethylene offers a wide variety of benefits. Our HDPE is engineered to be long-lasting, low maintenance, and safe. The material is FDA approved for use in the food processing industry, and it provides the added benefit of being moisture, stain, and odor resistant.

In addition to the many benefits listed above, HDPE is corrosion resistant, meaning it does not splinter, rot, or retain harmful bacteria. This key feature, along with its weather resistance, makes HDPE perfect for use in areas that encounter water, chemicals, solvents, and other fluids.

HDPE is also known to possess a large strength to density ratio (ranging from 0.96 to 0.98 g), yet it is easily meltable and moldable. It can be easily cut, machined, fabricated, and welded and/or mechanically fastened to meet the desired specification of countless applications.

Lastly, like many engineered plastics, HDPE is easily recyclable and can help significantly reduce plastic waste and production.

Technical Parameter:

Mechanical properties
Modulus of elasticity 1000 MPa In tension DIN EN ISO 527-2
Modulus of elasticity 1000 - 1400 MPa In flexure DIN EN ISO 527-2
Tensile strength at yield 25 MPa 50 mm/min DIN EN ISO 527-2
Impact strength (Charpy) 140 Kj/m 2 Max. 7,5j
Notched Impact stren. (Charpy) No break Kj/m 2 Max. 7,5j
Ball indentation hardness 50 MPa ISO 2039-1
Creep rupture strength 12,50 MPa After 1000 hours static load 1% elong. after 1000 hours Against steel p=0,05 N/mm 2
Time yield limit 3 MPa
Coefficient of friction 0,29 ------
Thermal properties
Glass transition temperature -95 °C DIN 53765
Crystalline melting point 130 °C DIN 53765
Service temperature 90 °C Short term
Service temperature 80 °C Long term
Thermal expansion 13 - 15 10-5K-1 DIN 53483
Specific heat 1,70 - 2,00 J/(g+K) ISO 22007-4:2008
Thermal conductivity 0,35 - 0,43 W/(K+m) ISO 22007-4:2008
Heat distorsion temperature 42 - 49 °C Method A R75
Heat distorsion temperature 70 - 85 °C Method B R75

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At Beyond Plastics, HDPE is available in numerous sizes, shapes, thicknesses, and colors. We also offer CNC cutting services to help you maximize your yield and cut your overall costs.


Thanks to the versatility of high-density polyethylene, many manufactures often replace their old heavier materials with HDPE. This product is used across countless industries including food processing, automotive, marine, recreation, and more!

HDPE’s properties make it a great choice for indoor and outdoor applications, including:

Bottling Lines and Conveyor Systems
Cutting Boards
Outdoor Furniture
Material Handling Strips and Components
Signage, Fixtures, and Displays
Among other things, HDPE is also used in bottles, kick plates, fuel tanks, lockers, playground equipment, packaging, water tanks, food processing equipment, chute linings, and boat, RV, and emergency vehicle interiors.

We can provide various UHMWPE/HDPE /PP /PA /POM/ sheet according to different requirement in different application.

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