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Confinador Víal

Made of polyethylene with additives that stabilize its thermal expansion.

Co-injected and pigmented in the reliefs of different colors.

Polyethylene is characterized by being a dense, rigid material with high resistance to compression, with minimal wear due to its use in constant vehicular traffic load. It has a resistance to the point load of 20,000 kilograms, with an arrow under load from 2,200 kilograms and a residual deflection of 96% at the moment of releasing the load; in addition, fatigue of 10 loading and unloading cycles with 15,000 kilograms without failure, deterioration by UV00085 rays. 

The unit weight of the product is 40 kilograms.

Additionally, the composite is reinforced with nanoparticles and graphene oxide to increase its mechanical qualities by up to 20%.

Look for more tensile strength, flexural strength, and higher thermal stability.

Essentially, high-density polyethylene nanocomposites are a product of the interaction of nano-sized particles and polymer molecules in the plastic matrix.

For this purpose, this company has an accessory called a static mixer-head that produces extensional flows; it is coupled to the single screw extruder and causes the nanoparticles to be successfully distributed and dispersed throughout the plastic matrix.


This translates into improved impact resistance, tensile and flexural properties.

The use of both processes, extrusion, molding with static mixer head and use of  graphene oxide nanoparticles, produce nanomaterials with high impact resistance of up to 800 J / m.


These high-density polyethylene nanocomposites are ideal for the production of bollards, which must withstand enormous instantaneous loads and tire blows. They must be able to resist without breaking or deforming.

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