A bumper is a structure attached to or integrated with the front and rear ends of a motor vehicle, to absorb impact in a minor collision, ideally minimizing repair costs.
Bumper Plastic Guard is aesthetically pleasing, while offering advantages to both designers and drivers.
Cool new developments in materials for automotives can help make cars lightweight, energy efficient, and safe while adding value in comfort, noise control, and performance. Bumper Plastic Guards being one of them.
The use of plastic in Bumper Guard gives designers a tremendous amount of freedom when it comes to styling a prototype vehicle, or improving an existing model. Plastic can be styled for both aesthetic and functional reasons in many ways without greatly affecting the cost of production.
Bumper Plastic Guard contain reinforcements that allow them to be as impact-resistant as metals while being less expensive to replace than their metal equivalents. Bumper Plastic Guards generally expand at the same rate as metal bumpers under normal driving temperatures and do not usually require special fixtures to keep them in place.
The majority of modern Bumper Plastic Guards are made of thermoplastic olefins (TPOs), polycarbonates, polyesters, polypropylene, polyurethanes, polyamides, or blends of these with, for instance, glass fibers, for strength and structural rigidity.
So your bumper Plastic Guard gives your car beautiful appearance and practical performance.