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PET_logoFlakes (Flake) is a denomination that is used to name scales or small pieces of plastic resulting from milling the PET . The polyethylene or polyethylene terephthalate (better known by its acronym PET, polyethylene terephtalate) is a type of plastic widely used in beverage cans and textiles. It belongs to the group of thermoplastics, reason why is possible to recycle.
The physical properties of PET and its ability to meet various specifications were the reasons why the material has reached a significant development in the production of textile fibers and production of a wide variety of containers, especially in the production of bottles , food trays, strips and sheets.
· It has been ranked as No.1 in recycling.
· Actionable blow injection and extrusion.
· Suitable to produce bottles, films, sheets, plates and pieces.
· Transparency (although he admits loads of colors) and brightness with magnifying effect. High wear resistance.
· Very good coefficient of sliding.
· Good chemical and thermal resistance.
· Very good barrier to CO2, O2 and acceptable moisture barrier.
· Compatible with other barrier materials to improve the quality as a whole barrier containers and thus allow use in specific markets.

· Recyclable, although its viscosity tends to decrease with the thermal history.
• Approved for use in products that must be in contact with food products.
· Excellent mechanical properties.
· Biorientable.
· Crystallizable.
· Good cost / performance.
· Light.


05pp6881Pellet is a generic term used to refer to small portions of agglomerated material or compressed product of an extrusion process. Thermoplastic polypropylene obtained by the polymerization of propylene. Material highly resistant to wear, impact and fatigue, which is used in the manufacture of many items, either by injection molding, blow molding or extrusion. It is a thermoplastic that has a number of properties that is difficult to find in other materials such as: high thermal stability allows you to work for a long time at a temperature of 100 ° C in air. Is also resistant to boiling water,  it can be sterilized at temperatures up to 140 ° C without fear of deformation.
Polypropylene is used in a wide variety of applications including food packaging, textiles, laboratory equipment, automotive components and transparent films.
· Lightweight
· High tensile and compressive
· Excellent dielectric properties
· Resistance to most acids and alkalis
· Low coefficient of moisture absorption


PE-HD_logoPolyethylene (PE) is a polymer resulting from the polymerization of ethylene. It is arguably the most popular plastic in the world. High Desnsidad Polyethylene (HDPE) has many applications in the industry today. Over half of use is for the manufacture of containers, caps and closures; another big volume is molded housewares and toys; an equally important use it has is for pipes and ducts. Packaging use has increased due to its low cost, flexibility, durability, ability to withstand the sterilization process, and resistance to many chemicals.
Some applications of HDPE include packaging for: detergent, bleach, motor oil, shampoo, milk; Bags for supermarkets; Boxes for fish, soft drinks, beer; Containers for paint, ice cream, oils; Baby bottles; toys; among others.
Large strength-to-density ratio.
Absence of sludge and scale within.
– Elasticidad.
No permanent deformation remains.
– Longitudes Higher, which reduces the number of joints (lower cost) and reduces the chance of human error in the installation.
Easy to transport.
– Long Life.

– Less Cost of purchasing and installing.
Resistant to earthquakes.
– Resistance Mechanical and ductility.
Resistant to chemicals and bacteria.
– The Polyethylene also has among its advantages is a recyclable product.