One of the reasons for using secondary raw materials (plastic waste) is their economic advantage caused by reduced expenditure on material and the generally lower prices of the inputs – recycled products/re-granulates.
Using a higher amount of recycled product in products as an alternative to primary resources usually leads to a lower final price, which aids the competitiveness of the products on the market.
We produce re-granulate for injection moulding, blow moulding, and extrusion on modern re-granulation line.
Based on customers’ requirements, we can produce re-granulate with desired melt flow index in various colours, including re-granulate containing filling compound.
We process internal and external waste during production.
PP (polypropylene) is the second most frequently used material in Europe. Its share in the consumption of plastic ranges at about 20%. In terms of features and applications, polypropylene is similar to polyethylene; hence, both polymers are classified in the same group - polyolefins. Unlike PE, though, PP features higher strength and consistency. Since its temperature of melt is higher, it exhibits good stability as a consequence. The consistency of PP imparts good dimensional stability to resultant products.
Polypropylene is found almost everywhere: in packaging materials, household appliances, clothing, means of transport and numerous other things. Over half of global PP production is given over to packaging. It is also used in technical applications.
It is utilized to make such items as:
Packaging – flexible foils, pots for dairy products and beverage machines, moulded trays, caps for packaging, bottle caps, bags, notebook covers.