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D-HDPEW-481/2

White HDPE plastic 1/2''

White HDPE plastic 4X8X1/2''
CDN$210.00
Only 48 left
  • Weather and impact resistant 
  • Create silhouettes of tools for easy tool identification
  • High density polyethylene (HDPE) will maintain holding capacity

The D-HDPEW-481/2 is a white high-density polyethylene surface that a half inch thick. This surface has the abbreviation HDPE. This material is often related to Teflon. We use this product to create most Flexpipe structures with surfaces, containers, and drawers. We also use these to build other things like side walls. However, we recommend you consider other surfaces like the D-ALUW-481/8 or the thinner version of HDPE to keep from adding too much weight to your structures.

Also available in black: D-HDPEB-481/2

The HDPE is a slippery and rigid material. The high density of this product makes it shatterproof. If you put pressure on this surface, it will eventually bend, and the pressured area will be cut from the sheet. However, this is unlikely when using this product as you would with the Flexpipe System. This surface is easily cut with a decent saw.

The D-HDPEW-481/2 is available in a thinner version of one-quarter inch called D-HDPEW-481/4. We also offer an HDPE pegboard for your tool organization.

Have your HDPE surface cut and shipped in 24 hours with our decking cut service, starting at $5!

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More Information
Best SellerNo
Units per box30
Height inches96 in (2438 mm)
Width inches48 in (1219mm)
Depth inches1/2 in (13mm)
Unit weight pounds80.000 lbs (36.364 kg)
RecyclableYes
ReusableNo
Electric conductivity (ESD)No
MaterialHigh density polyethylene (HDPE)
FinishGlossy
System operational temperature-58°F à 185°F (-50°C à 85°C)
Tips from the expert
Sylvain Lejour
If you want to save money when making a great many structures with working surfaces, here's our trick. Buy the D-HDPEW-481/4 which is thinner and less expensive than its counterpart and fix it on three-quarter inch plywood with some countersunk screws. This is less esthetic but could save you a good amount of money. When the useful life of the HDPE is over, just fix a new one on the same plywood.
Tips by Sylvain Lejour - Chief Sales Officer