Standard techniques are applied in process of packaging material production. These are: vacuumisation technique, plastic cutting techniques, cold gluing and hot gluing techniques. We can tell that we had developed some of the machines itself and introduced many improvements to other. The most use material is PET, then PP and PVC.
PET is short for Polyethylene terepthalate. PETE is also used to mark polyethylene terepthalate. PET is thermoplastic polymer. PET is the world's most widely used for packaging soft drinks, food and other liquids. In our company represents the vast majority of production. We make products from PET according to your wishes (for more information check on products tab).
In general it is semi-rigid to rigid, depending on thickness. PET is very firm and compact even at very small thickness. It is also impact-persistent, very light-weight, colorless and transparent. PET becomes significantly stiffer and more durable in combination with glass fibers and particles.
PET is material that is the most suitable for recycling. Formed of oxygen, carbon and hydrogen with almost undetectable amounts of catalyst without any of dangerous substances, PET guaranties safe recycling. This fact has put PET as one of the most desirable material from the side of corresponding state institutions.
PP stands for polypropylene. It is mainly used in food industry, for ropes, clothes, army underwear industry, laboratory equipment etc.
Polyvinyl chloride or PVC is the most exploited polymer on global market. More then half of entire PVC production is used in construction. Lately, PVC is even replacing traditional materials such as wood and concrete. Despite many excellent qualities, PVC is not innocent concerning environmental issues and human health. PVC is very widely used. Particularly because of its strength and flexibility, there is almost no area without PVC implemented. Pipelines, windows, electric isolation material, vinyl records, special clothing etc. are all made of PVC.
Studies in recent years have shown adverse effects of PVC, so the European Union decided to tax all products containing PVC. Due to this fact, the PVC is slowly being phased out, especially in the field of packaging, where PET is increasingly replacing PVC.