At Diversified Plastics, we design and fabricate plastic OEM parts that can replace metal components, resulting in less downtime, less wear and tear on equipment, and increased cost savings.
Our solutions are designed from the ground up and customized to your specific needs. The end result is a product that works exactly as it is intended.
From our beginning, we have partnered with companies to provide OEM replacement parts and have grown to become a leader in the fabrication and engineering of plastics in North America and around the globe.
Simplifying the Replacement Part Process
for all Industries with Plastic Part Solutions
With our vast array of capabilities, we are able to meet many needs, including low- and high-volume production runs, joining processes and materials to create a single part, as well as creating solutions for more difficult applications. Our depth and breadth of experience spans across multiple industries where plastic components can replace metal and steel components. Here are a few examples of our solutions in select industries:
Agricultural equipment operates in harsh environments. Ag processors need durable equipment with reliable parts. Industrial-grade plastics are used in both processing equipment and agricultural products. They provide lightweight, easy to install, durable components for equipment, irrigation systems, and drainage.
Diversified Plastics has been resolving issues in the food processing industry for many years. We know that high repetition and continuous impact of packaging and conveying wears on equipment parts. Our plastic components are FDA/USDA approved and engineered to outlast and out-perform traditional parts.
Forest and Lumber
The use of plastic is endless in the forest, timber, and paper industry. Diversified Plastics custom-engineer sorter system parts, urethane rolls, and traditional steel sprockets, provide the long-wear performance our customers need for maximum production.
Diversified Plastics has become a leading provider of sprockets and other plastic components for the water treatment industry. Many treatment facilities are moving away from metal and toward plastic components because they outlast and outperform metal parts.