Recycled thermoplastic

The key lies in our nanomaterials

Our nanomaterials are specifically designed so that, when added, not only do we recover the initial mechanical properties of the virgin thermoplastic, but we may even increase them. This has been observed in recycled polypropylene, resulting in increased mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties. Therefore, we have a composite material with the high performance of polymeric materials, such as being lightweight, flexible, and low-cost, but with increased melting temperature, electrical conductivity, and thermal dissipation. The result is a versatile material capable of adapting its properties according to the application sector.

Operational benefits

- Reduction of matrix weight.
- Increased durability.
- Increased thermal properties.
- Improved flow index.



Pellets Polipropileno | Nanomate
Product improvements

Improvements achieved in PP (PIR):
- Increase in flexural modulus (↑26%).
- Increase in deformation temperature under load (HDT) (↑35%).
- Increase in impact resistance at low temperatures (↑13%).

Improvements achieved in PP (PCR):
- Improved bending resistance (↑13%).
- Increase in flexural modulus (↑15%).
- Increase in tensile modulus (↑12%).
- Surface hardness (↑10%).
- Toughness (↑12%).

Applied versatility

Automotive components