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White HDPE plastic 1/2''

White HDPE plastic 4X8X1/2''
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  • High-density polyethylene (HDPE) is excellent for creating work surfaces and drawers
  • Weather, corrosion, and impact resistant 
  • Use it to create tool identification silhouette displays


- HDPE is a glossy, rigid material, the high density of this product makes it shatterproof. Typically cut using a table saw or a portable saw.

- Use it to create work surfaces, containers, and drawers for any flexpipe structure.

- We recommend the thinner version D-HDPEW-481/4 to keep from adding too much weight to your structures, such as for panels where the thickness of the 1/2" may not be necessary.


- HDPE can be installed by securing it from the top, through the pipe with a decking screw (F-SF81), or from the bottom with the use of an AO-EMT1or AO-EMT2 and the F-S81/2 screw.

- Check out the INSTALLATION STEPS to learn how.

More Information
Units per box (sold separately)30
Height inches96 in (2438 mm)
Width inches48 in (1219mm)
Depth inches1/2 in (13mm)
Unit weight pounds80.000 lbs (36.364 kg)
Electric conductivity (ESD)No
MaterialHigh density polyethylene (HDPE)
System operational temperature-58°F à 185°F (-50°C à 85°C)

When installing 1/2" HDPE there are two common ways to install:

1. From the top

    - Put the AO-SHIM on the pipe (one every 12 inches for HDPE 1/2) 

    - Put the surface on the pipe and lock it into place 

    - Starting from a corner pierce 1/8 hole trough surface and AO-SHIM every 2 AO-SHIM

    - Countersink the holes

    - Fasten the screw through the surface and the AO-SHIM until the head is flat with the decking


2. From the bottom

    - Using an AO-EMT1

    - Using an AO-CLIP

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Tips from the expert
Sylvain Lejour
Save money when making structures with working surfaces, buy the D-HDPEW-481/4 which is thinner and less expensive than its counterpart and fix it on half-inch-inch plywood with some countersunk screws. Although less esthetic, it could save you a good amount of money.
Tips by Sylvain Lejour - Chief Sales Officer