A plastic material is any of a wide range of synthetic or semi-synthetic organic solids that are moldable. Plastics are typically organic polymers of high molecular mass, but they often contain other substances. They are usually synthetic, most commonly derived from petrochemicals, but many are partially natural.
The properties of plastics are defined chiefly by the organic chemistry of the polymer such as hardness, density, and resistance to heat, organic solvents, oxidation, and ionizing radiation. In particular, most plastics will melt upon heating to a few hundred degrees celsius. While plastics can be made electrically conductive, with the conductivity of up to 80 kS/cm in stretch-oriented polyacetylene, they are still no match for most metals like copper which have conductivities of several hundreds kS/cm.
Todays, Indonesia plastic industry has reach international market and has exported its plastic products through many countries. Proudly, Indonesia introduce its plastic products besides its popular of Batik. The plastic products are comes in vary, such as house hold tools, utensils, kitchen needs, craft, kids toys and of course, furnitures.
Plastic furniture still in good sales in Indonesia. Many people like to put the plastic furniture in their house. It because the plastic furniture is easy to move, kids friendly, and cheaper. Some plastic furniture that often bought by Indonesian are plastic storage, table, chairs, cabinets, racks, and so on. If we survey every house in Indonesia, there will be at least two plastic furniture there.