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Faperin creates the first recycled plastic with nanomaterials

Faperin creates the first recycled plastic with nanomaterials

14 March, 2013Noticias

The firm from Ibi is the only Spanish company that participates in the European project RECYTUBE, along with AIMPLAS (Technological Institute of Plastic), Nanocyl, a Belgian company and Colorex, a Dutch company.

The project has had a duration of 30 months, has developed a new technology that permits to recycle plastic  containing nanomaterials,  namely carbon nanotubes, a material that incorporated to plastic, gives it  a higher mechanical, electrical and thermal performance.

With RECYTUBE, the waste generated during the process of producing parts, will be reused to manufacture new plastic nanocomposites for commercial use.

Faperin, a company dedicated to the production of plastic parts and sets, has already been protagonist in other occasions for its innovative projects like Polycond, a project performed along companies and technological institutes of Europe.

Alfredo Martínez, manager of Faperin says: Our objective is  to offer an added value to customers in  the latest technologies, processes and materials”.

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