Superior Strength, Stiffness, Heat Resistance and More

InStruc® structurally reinforced compounds represent a diverse family of high-performance thermoplastic compounds designed for a myriad of applications, including aerospace, automotive, electronics, healthcare, and industrial settings.

Why InStruc®

Why InStruc®

InStruc® stands out by offering a spectrum of superior qualities, including strength, stiffness, heat resistance, creep resistance, fatigue endurance, impact protection, and dimensional stability. These compounds, based on a variety of engineering resins, are not a singular product but a versatile line that can be customized with a wide array of additives to meet specific performance requirements.

Characteristics and Properties

InStruc® compounds are crafted from various engineering resins, including ABS, PC, nylon, POM, PPA, PES, PSU, PEEK, and more. The line's customizability extends to incorporating a diverse range of additives to tailor performance. Characteristics and properties found across the product line include:

  • High performance
  • Versatility
  • Customizability
  • Strength
  • Stiffness
  • Heat resistance
  • Creep resistance
  • Fatigue endurance
  • Impact protection
  • Dimensional stability

Markets and Applications



InStruc® is a material of choice for aerospace applications due to its lightweight nature, which contributes to improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions. Additionally, its strength ensures protection for aircraft in the event of an accident. Furthermore, InStruc's® heat resistance capability safeguards aircraft from the extreme temperatures encountered during flight. Typical applications include:

  • Aircraft interiors
  • Ducting
  • Structural components
Automotive and Mobility

Automotive and Mobility

InStruc's® lightweight property plays a crucial role in enhancing fuel efficiency and reducing emissions in the automotive industry. Its durability extends the lifespan of automotive components, while its impact resistance provides protection for occupants in case of an accident. Common applications include:

  • Engine components
  • Interior trim
  • Exterior body panels
Electrical and Electronics

Electrical and Electronics

The lightweight nature of InStruc® contributes to the miniaturization and portability of electronic devices. Its strength safeguards electronic devices from damage, and its heat resistance protects them from the heat generated by their components. Common applications include:

  • Connectors
  • Housings
  • Circuit boards


In healthcare applications, InStruc® excels in providing structural reinforcement for critical medical equipment. Its lightweight yet robust composition contributes to the efficiency and longevity of healthcare devices, ensuring reliability in demanding healthcare environments. Applications include: Typical applications include:

  • Medical imaging equipment
  • Structural components for healthcare devices
  • Durable and impact-resistant medical components
  • Medical devices
  • Healthcare packaging
  • Surgical instruments
  • Hospital equipment
  • Diabetes management
  • Drug delivery
  • Diagnostics
  • Patient monitoring
  • Critical Care
  • Personal Care
  • Woman's health


InStruc's® strength enhances the durability and reliability of industrial equipment. Its heat resistance shields industrial equipment from the heat generated by their processes, and its creep resistance prevents deformation under load over time. Typical applications include:

  • Pumps
  • Valves
  • Fittings
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