Is an amorphous polymer produced by emulsion or mass polymerisation of acrylonitrile and styrene in the presence of polybutadiene.
Scraps of plastics and technopolymers produced from regenerated or first choices
PA6 and PA66
Also known by the name of Nylon, is a semi-crystalline polymer belonging to the polyamide family.
A semi-crystalline polymer belonging to the polyester family, with good chemical resistance.
An amorphous polymer belonging to the polyester family. It is by far the most tough thermoplastic polymer.
Is a compound obtained from a mixture of PC and ABS, used specifically to ensure mixability and compatibility between the two polymers.
Is a thermoplastic resin suitable for food contact, belonging to the polyester family.
An amorphous polymer belonging to the acrylic resin family, it can be considered as the ideal material to replace glass.
Is a crystalline polymer consisting of chains in which a methylene bridge and an oxygen atom are repeated, which provides a plastic of high strength and relatively low cost.
Is easy to process, has a low density and is relatively cheap compared to other polymers, and has exceptional chemical resistance to many solvents, bases and acids.
A semi-crystalline polymer belonging to the Polyaryl sulphide family. In the basic version it is not very tough, therefore it is always extruded with fillers and/or reinforcements.
PS (HIPS, GPPS)
Is one of the oldest thermoplastic polymers, dating back to 1930, when the pioneers BASF in Europe and DOW in the United States began its development.
SAN (Styrene Acrylonitrile): an amorphous polymer belonging to the styrenic resin family.