Extruders are the largest machines in our plant. We have 3 machines for producing films, which are then transferred to the thermoforming department where they are formed into packaging. The extrusion process varies depending on the type of material and the type of film that we want to obtain. The granulate is heated to a very high temperature, and when a liquid form is obtained, it is poured onto the forming rollers, which gradually cool and passes the material to form a thin, ﬂat and ﬂexible ﬁlm. Finally, the film is wound on rolls.
At our facility, we can produce film with a maximum width of 1000 mm and a thickness of 1.5 mm. We can also make a ﬁlm made of more than one component, e.g. with an EVOH barrier. However, because a multi-component ﬁlm makes recycling very difﬁcult, all our packaging are monomaterial, making them 100% recyclable.
Polypropylene and PET articles are manufactured in the Thermoforming Department. The film made in the Extrusion Department goes to the thermoforming machine where the containers are formed. After the film has been preheated, the machine extrudes and then cuts the packaging that you will find in our offer. Depending on the needs of customers, it is possible to adjust the thickness of the foil, and thus the weight of the container. We also have the possibility of making products in any colour.
The Injection Department has several machines. Reusable cutlery, packaging and lids are produced here. This technology is based on heating the material into a liquid form, then introducing it into the mould under pressure and cooling it to obtain the desired shape. Once cooled, the product obtains a solid state. At the end of the process, a robot collects the products from the mould and stacks them. Currently, we use polypropylene and WPC (Wood-Plastic Composites) for injection moulding production.
Watch the video and see how the production process runs in our company.
We don’t waste anything in our company. Thanks to our many years of experience and a group of specialists, we have developed our own system of returning all post-production waste. All waste straight from the machine goes to a network of tanks and feeders where it is chopped and then added to subsequent products. This way, we use almost 100% of the raw material purchased, keeping it clean and safe.
Our plant produces monomaterials packaging that after use is 100% recyclable, to make from it, for example, a chair or hydraulic bits.