Other materials

Biodegradable plastics

Biodegradable plastics belong to the family of bioplastics and are made from bioplastics and are made from renewable raw materials. They are polymers capable of developing a decomposition process through the enzymatic action of microorganisms naturally occurring in the environment, such as fungi, bacteria and / or algae.


Fibreglass consists of glass filaments agglomerated with resins which, when interwoven, produce a strong, lightweight structure suitable for use as structural reinforcement of other materials. It is an excellent thermal and acoustic insulator, characterised by its great malleability.

Plastic Wood

Wood plastic is a material with high structural strength made of wood fibres randomly distributed in the matrix of recycled plastic materials such as polyethylene (PE), polystyrene (PS) or polyvinyl chloride (PVC).

Pneumatic Micronising (MRP)

Pneumatic micronising is an ideal raw material for incorporation into blends. It offers many benefits such as weather resistance and high shock absorption capacity.