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Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) is an amorphous thermoplastic polymer, obtained by polymerizing styrene and acrylonitrile in the presence of polybutadiene.
Different types of chemical additives that give specific characteristics to the polymers during the transformation process such as anti-blocking agents, lubricants, antistatic, anti UV and antioxidants.
Chemical products produced using renewable feedstock thanks to an innovative processing technology with low environmental impact that uses vegetable raw materials to produce chemicals with high added value.
Various chemical products, from commodities to fine chemicals, used in various applications at the basis of innovation in all areas of technological development.
Alcohol-based disinfectants of the Invix ™ family obtained from vegetable raw materials, developed on the formulation of the World Health Organization, and authorized by the Italian Ministry of Health.
Wide family of amorphous polymers with a high rubber content and high elasticity, usually used to create compounds with high mechanical resistance at low temperatures, high elasticity and impact resistance.
Ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) is an elastomeric polymer similar to rubber for softness and flexibility produced by the copolymerization of ethylene and vinyl acetate, whose content varies from 5% to 50%.
Products used to transform polymeric, thermoplastic or thermosetting materials, from colorless and opaque products to bright and colored compounds.
Polycarbonate / ABS is a mechanical alloy or chemical blend that combines the properties of ABS and PC into a unique material with the excellent mechanical and thermal properties of polycarbonate and the excellent processability of ABS.
Special polystyrene alloy that combines the styrene ease of processing with the high impact and chemical resistance of polyethylene.
Organic substances with variable characteristics whose main function is to seep into the rigid polymeric structures of materials such as PVC making them more plastic and influencing their mechanical characteristics.
Semi-crystalline thermoplastic polymer and one of the most used techno-polymers, characterized by excellent workability, high impact and abrasion resistance, excellent mechanical properties and toughness even at low temperatures.
Semi-crystalline thermoplastic polymer characterized by excellent processability, ductility and impact resistance, as well as low friction and very high chemical resistance.
Class of polymers produced using ISCC+ certified sustainable, renewable and bio based feedstock which does not impact the agri-food sector and with performances identical to traditional polymers.
Class of circular polymers produced using as sustainable and circular feedstock the pyrolysis oil (r-Oil) obtained from the chemical recycling of mixed plastic waste and pneumatics which cannot be mechanically recycled.
Class of polymers coming from the mechanical recycling of post-consumer urban (PCR) and industrial (PIR) plastic wastes with a recycled material content from 50% to 100%.
Class of polymers certified to be used in the medical sector according to the United States Pharmacopoeia, the European Pharmacopoeia and USP CLASS VI certified.
Semi-crystalline thermoplastic polymer characterized by ease of processing, excellent mechanical and aesthetic properties, good chemical and thermal resistance.
Polymer characterized by high hardness, high rigidity and excellent transparency, available both in grades with high impact resistance (HIPS) and expandable (EPS).
Il cloruro di polivinile (PVC) è un materiale molto resistente e duraturo di facile lavorazione che può essere utilizzato in svariate applicazioni.
Lo stirene-acrilonitrile (SAN) è un copolimero termoplastico amorfo con elevata trasparenza, resistenza chimica e durezza che trova largo impiego in articoli trasparenti per uso tecnico.