Base polymers with different properties are supplied, suitable for a various products, ranging from packaging to household utensils and beyond.
LDPE: low-density polyethylene
This type of polyethylene is particularly popular and is used in the manufacture of flexible single-layer or multi-layer packaging as well as for laminating, foaming and moulding.
MDPE: medium-density polyethylene
For flexible single-layer and multi-layer packaging; for film extrusion.
HDPE: high-density polyethylene
A solid and strong raw material with a wide range of applications: for the manufacture of flexible single-layer and multi-layer packaging, pipes, bottles, canisters, and geomembranes.
LLDPE: linear low-density polyethylene
A highly popular raw material combined with other polyethylene, which can be used to make both flexible and rigid packaging as well as tubes and various containers.
mPE: metallocene polyethylene
The use of metallocenes allows for the creation of shrink films of extremely high quality, and multilayer films with exceptional mechanical and optical properties.
Polypropylenes form a highly popular and multidisciplinary group of plastics. Their applications range from pipes, temperature-resistant and high-intensity packaging (designed to be used in microwaves, dishwashers or to be filled with hot liquids) to high-temperature disinfection medical supplies.
Used for the manufacture of consumer goods, food boxes, boxes, and sheets.
PPC: Polypropylene Impact Copolymer
A widely-used group of raw materials, which is resistant to the impact of negative temperatures and is suitable for casting.
PPR: random Copolymer Polypropylene
The clearest version of polypropylene, especially popular in the packaging industry.
PET: polyethylene terephthalate
Widely used for disposable packaging and bottles and is easy to recycle.
PVC: polyvinyl chloride
An indispensable material in the construction industry for the manufacture of durable pipes or flexible cable insulation as well as other plastic products.
GPPS: general purpose polystyrene
Crystal-like, widely used for the manufacture of household items and packaging (including foam packaging).
HIPS: high impact polystyrene
Owing to its physical and mechanical properties, this is chosen for the manufacture of TV sets, refrigerators, and other household appliances.
EPS: expandable polystyrene
Used for heating up homes and manufacturing heat-saving food packaging.