Tetrapak Plate Forming

Properties provided by the base material

Fully recyclable

Reduced expansion or shrinkage under strong climatic variations

Low surface flame spread

Good soundproofing qualities

Immune to fungi and bacteria

Can be sawn, glued, screwed, puttied and painted

Features and properties

It uses multi-layered post-consumer packaging

Resin and formaldehyde free

Molded parts in simple or intricate shapes

Parts are for direct use (no finishing operation required)

Low part production time with no curing time required

Small series of products can be produced

Toughness, breaking strength and specific gravity lower than common woods and ferrous metals.

Hardness and density equivalent to hard non-metallic materials

It maintains its properties and shape under extreme humidity or wet conditions

General aspects of the process

Application of built-in modular plates