Characterisation of plastic materials
We are a young and dynamic team specialised in the characterisation of plastic materials (melting point, glass transition, enthalpy of reaction, percentage of crystallinity, process and material chemistry, industrial chemistry, process engineering, resource and structure management), able to satisfy all requests including feasibility studies, the sourcing of the best materials and the prototyping of selected plastics.
We have more than ten years’ experience in characterising plastics (from commodities, polypropylene, polyethylene, to more technically advanced materials such as polyamides, polyoxymethylene, polyarylates) through DSC (differential scanning calorimetry), TGA (thermogravimetric analysis) and DMA (dynamic mechanical analysis).
We are professionals, able to guide you through the most advanced plastic production processes (composite fibre mouldings, glass and carbon, injection moulding, numerical control mechanical machining, industrial polymerization processes) and the transformation of plastics, selecting the material most suited to each application.
We organise specific training courses on plastic materials (injection moulding, the chemistry of polymeric materials, kinetics and production processes, characterisation of plastic materials) and techniques for their transformation, whether chemical (polymerization) or physical (fusion), to develop your staff’s technical skills and know-how.
We offer consulting services for the re-organisation of internal company processes through the insertion of interim managers (production managers, company managers, project development managers, process development managers, area managers).
Extensive international experience acquired over ten years of business means we are able to adopt different approaches and methods in European and Asian markets. The Asian market is characterised by a higher degree of interpersonal relations and long-term relationships among company figures, mutual respect and interpersonal trust, while the European market is much less influenced by these dynamics.
Within the European market itself, there is also a notable difference depending on whether partners are located in northern or eastern European countries. Differences which, while appearing minor, may become one of the key factors contributing to our success.