PolyPLUS is the non-metallic material properties dataset for thousands of plastics, ceramics and composites covering both proprietary and standard materials and including advanced property datasets.
Integrated with the Total Metals database which contains over 350,000 metallic alloys, PolyPLUS allows Total Materia to be used as a truly one stop solution for your material needs.
- Finding precise traceable standard and proprietary material property data for polymers, composites and ceramics
- Simultaneous comparison of different kinds of metallic and non-metallic materials and finding the best alternatives
- Sourcing rare advanced properties information for FEA/CAE calculations including stress-strain and fatigue data
- Inefficiency of working from multiple resources covering metals and non-metals and across multiple business departments and disciplines
The Solution: Total Materia - PolyPLUS
The PolyPLUS module from Total Materia offers non-metallic material properties data for thousands of plastic, ceramic and composite materials covering a wide range of standard and advanced property information.
ULTIMATE ONE STOP RESOURCE FOR ALL MATERIAL PROPERTY NEEDS
In combination with the world’s most comprehensive metals properties database, PolyPLUS provides the all the benefits of the Total Metals database, but for non-metals including property information for thousands of plastics, ceramics and composite materials and all available at the click of a button!
ADVANCED PROPERTY DATA FOR NON-METALS
As well as housing a unique collection of advanced property data for metallic materials, Extended Range also offers a comprehensive set of stress strain curves and fatigue data for non-metals.
UNPARALLELED DEVELOPMENTS AND UPGRADES
Through our dedicated PolyPLUS team, new data and functionality upgrades are added on a monthly basis meaning that our growing library of non-metals is fast becoming an indispensable resource for the engineering community.
One stop resource for all material properties data needs; new opportunities in design by comparing the performance of completely diversified materials