materiali

PC - Polycarbonate

High mechanical resistance to impact
Excellent thermal insulator
Excellent transparency (it is used in different application areas as a substitute for glass).
Very light.

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PMMA - Polymethyl Methacrylate

Excellent light transmission
Excellent impact resistance.
Excellent transparency.
Recyclable and non-harmful to the environment.
Good resistance to atmospheric and chemical agents.

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PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride

High solidity and elastic modulus.
Excellent resistance to fire.
Good electric insulator, absorbs little water.
Excellent workability, can be drilled, soldered and glued.

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WPC - Wood Plastic Composite

Base plastic materials such as rigid or foam PVC, PP or PE with the addition of micronised wood flours and additives.
Excellent water resistance
Good thermal insulator.
Good resistance to atmospheric and chemical agents.
Good workability and suitable for coatings.

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ABS - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

High hardness.
Excellent impact resistance.
Excellent electrical resistance.
Resistant to water and aqueous saline solutions.
Suitable for gluing and welding.

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PP - Polypropylene

High chemical resistance.
Ease of processing with both machine tools and welding.
Good heat resistance.
Recyclable and non-harmful to the environment.

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TPU - Thermoplastic Polyurethane

High resistance to tearing and abrasions.
Excellent resistance to solvents, benzene fatty oils and minerals.

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PE - Polyethylene

Very light.
Does not absorb water or liquids.
Due to its non-toxicity and low water absorption, it is widely used in the food industry.

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SBS - Styrene Butadiene Styrene

Belonging to the family of styrene thermoplastic elastomers. SBS is among the most used elastomers in the production of the many objects where it is required.
Its main characteristics are softness, soft touch, aesthetics.

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SEBS - Styrene Ethylene Butylene Styrene

This is more technical and has a higher level of performance in particular applications than the SBS as it better resists the oxidative action of UV rays, and has an operating temperature that can reach up to 120°C.

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TPV - Vulcanised Thermoplastic

The process of vulcanisation/reticulation applied to a polymer offers a combination of thermoplastic elastomeric properties, such as toughness, flexibility and elasticity.

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Eva - Ethylene-Vinyl Acetate

Particularly stable polymer. Having a saturated structure means it has no point at which it can be attacked by ozone or UV rays. The EVA has temperatures of use up to 175°C.

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PS - Polystyrene or Styrofoam

This possesses discrete mechanical properties and is resistant to many aqueous chemicals. It is also an excellent electrical and thermal insulator as well as having a much lower weight than the average weight of polymers on the market.

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PLA - Polylactic Acid

A biopolymer with a high content of renewable resources which reduce CO2 emissions in the atmosphere. Another peculiarity of these raw materials is that they are designed to work with applications according to required mechanical characteristics from the profiles in application.

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