ASA Material Exported To Bhutan

- Sep 05, 2019-

ASA is a copolymerization of Styrene, Acrylonitrile, and Acrylic rubber. Technically, ASA not only maintained the main characteristics of the ABS, it also combines the weather resistance advantage of acrylic to extend the product application for many purposes.


Following more than 10 years of experiences in manufacturing ASA, our products have the best qualities and characteristics.

- Our ASA provides an excellent balance of aesthetics, processability and compatibility with other thermoplastics and substrates compared with paints, films and other weatherable thermoplastic systems.

- Our ASA family includes resins for extrusion and molding; resins for low, medium and high gloss applications; good all-round chemical resistance and excellent resistance to heat aging at elevated temperatures. Additionally, our ASA retains initial physical properties after long-term exposure to UV radiation, heat and chemical better than thermoplastics like PP, PVC, ABS and PC blends.

- Our ASA has better processability, impact resistance, heat deflection temperature and compatibility with ABS and PVC substrates when compared with a wide variety of Acrylics. In comparison with fluropolymer films like PVDF and PVF, our ASA also provides much better economics, good color retention, choice of gloss, recyclability and ease of thermoforming.