CHIMEI’s plastics have been used for various purposes, including plumbing, roofing, insulation, waterproofing, reinforcement, and others. Our materials are good alternatives for replacing wood, clay, glass and especially (corrosive) metals when used as building materials. With growing demand from interior design and commercial properties, many buyers have been turning to plastic and synthetic rubbers for these materials’ adaptable design, lightweight properties, durability and sustainability. Our materials are used to make various building materials and products for the construction of buildings, houses and commercial structures. CHIMEI’s range of plastic materials meet industry regulations and feature characteristics such as being lightweight (easily transportable), durable, safer, greener and with better resistance compared to conventional building materials.
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With the world’s growing need for construction and greater concern for environmental sustainability, we understand our clients’ needs for alternative building materials. Over the years, CHIMEI has not only developed materials using green production methods, there are now grades available with improved heat-resistance, weather-resistance and chemical resistance. We are also offering optical-grade materials for transparent choices, and wood-like and colored materials all to improve the aesthetic as well as the functionality of building materials. Our materials have been used to make various building materials and products for the construction of buildings, houses and commercial structures.
Pipes, pipe joints, gutters, valves, etc.
Roof tiles, shade covers, sheets and panels, etc.
Wood-like planks, foams, etc.
Door and window panels, etc.
Electrical insulators (e.g. lining for electric cables, water coils), thermal insulators (e.g. siding, roofing, and flooring for houses)
Advertising signs, light boxes, display shelves, etc
CHIMEI is a Taiwan-based performance materials company that designs and manufactures advanced polymer materials, synthetic rubbers, and specialty chemicals.