TREATED PLASTICS

Scraps of plastics and technopolymers produced from regenerated or first choices

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ABS

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

Is an amorphous polymer produced by emulsion or mass polymerisation of acrylonitrile and styrene in the presence of polybutadiene. 

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PA6 and PA66

Polyamide/Nylon

Also known by the name of Nylon, is a semi-crystalline polymer belonging to the polyamide family.

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PBT

PolyButyleneTerephthalate

A semi-crystalline polymer belonging to the polyester family, with good chemical resistance.

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PC

Polycarbonate

An amorphous polymer belonging to the polyester family. It is by far the most tough thermoplastic polymer.

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PC/ABS

Poly Carbonate/AcrylonitrileButadieneStyren

Is a compound obtained from a mixture of PC and ABS, used specifically to ensure mixability and compatibility between the two polymers.

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PET

Polyethylene terephthalate

Is a thermoplastic resin suitable for food contact, belonging to the polyester family.

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PMMA

PolyMethylMethacrylate

An amorphous polymer belonging to the acrylic resin family, it can be considered as the ideal material to replace glass.

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POM

Polyoxymethylene

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.

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PP/PE

Polypropylene

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.

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PPS

PolyphenyleneSulfide

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.

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PS (HIPS, GPPS)

Polystyrene

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.

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SAN

AcrylonitrileStyrene

SAN (Styrene Acrylonitrile): an amorphous polymer belonging to the styrenic resin family.

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