The term thermoplastic (also thermosoftening plastic) refers to a type of polymer that is solid when cooled, but becomes pliable and/or moldable when heated up to a specific temperature.

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"Thermoplastic" is in the UNSPSC Code "13101723"
Thermoplastic

Ref: 122583/2006-10-10

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