EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE (EPS)
Expanded polystyrene is made of 98% air and 2% plastic. EPS is lightweight and easy to mould or cut. It can be used for packaging, insulation, lightweight fill blocks, floating docks and more.
- EPS with graphite (NEOPOR®) - to manufacture products with a higher insulating capacity
- Biodegradable EPS - to manufacture EPS products that can decompose when buried underground
EXPANDED POLYPROPYLENE (EPP)
EPP is similar to EPS, but it has a shape memory allowing it to maintain its structure and to deform without breaking. This material is mostly used in sporting goods, automotive components, electronic packaging, stuffed products and more.
- Anti-static EPP - to prevent static electricity
- Hybrid EPP (EPP and EPE) - to manufacture products with better resistance and more flexibility
EXPANDED POLYETHYLENE (EPE)
Expanded polyethylene has the same properties as EPP but with greater elasticity. EPE is used in projects where flexion and shock resistance are important.
- EPE and EPS Copolymer (ARCEL®) - to add cushioning (memory) to EPS properties
They are corrugated double-wall panels made of polypropylene resin. This material is lightweight, easy to cut and perfect to be assembled with other materials.
Elastomer is an extruded EPE compound with great flexibility, without abrasion and with a better cushioning than EPP and EPE. It is mainly used in packaging designs where aesthetics are important.
ETHYLENE-VINYL ACETATE (EVA)
This copolymer shows more elasticity and flexibility than EPE and has an excellent shock resistance. It is mainly used for sporting goods.