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BMCIt is a polyester moulding material that resembles dough and which has been supported with appropriate glass fiber. It can be adjusted by changing the additive materials according to the required feature. It is in the thermoset plastics group because of its main characteristics and it can be produced with hot press (straight, transfer, injection) moulding method.Federal has been realizing the thermoset material production, in composite plastic area, by BMC (Bulk Moulding Compound) as moulding dough for 15 years in its structure. All the needed machinery and the equipments for the productions are found in its facilities. By using special formulations, BMC productions having required colors and properties can be made.The glass fiber that is found in the structure of the BMC material provides it high and superior insulation feature, high stroke resistance and many similar important features by combining its superior mechanical feature with polyester resin and other components.

In the moulds that have been designed and produced from raw material production, the parts are shaped under heat and pressure in press shops, and the produced semi products turn into final products.

Many requests are being made to our firm about our BMC productions from our country and foreign countries, and these requests are met by us in shortest times.

Please contact our firm for your BMC requests having the colors that you want.


BMC Characteristic Features:
      • Having high mechanical forces not only under static loads but also under dynamic loads
      • Having well adjustment in measurements with its low tensile properties
      • High thermo stability
      • Having low rated dehumidification feature
      • High electrical features (insulation)
      • Feature of flame delaying formulate preparation
        • Low costThe temperature in BMC coating is averagely between 140 – 180 °C.
      The pressure is between 100 – 140 kg/cm2 bar.

An ideal coating material must have the following features:

• Low melting temperature
• High fluidity
• Remaining in fluid form for a long time
• Hardening in high speed