Low melting point, high formability and good reusability

Thermoplastics are materials that soften and are malleable when heated, but harden and retain their shape when cooled. They are known in part for their low melting point, high formability and good reusability. Thermoplastics are often used in various applications, such as packaging, automotive parts, medical devices and building materials. They are generally resistant to corrosion, moisture and chemicals and can be recycled relatively easily, making them a sustainable alternative to traditional materials.