Perspex®re – 100% Recycled Perspex
Perspex have now officially launched their Perspex®re cast material, which is made using 100% recycled acrylic. The material is made from methyl methacrylate obtained from acrylic sheet and production waste. This process can be repeated over and over again, saving raw materials and preventing waste long term
Currently made in Clear, Opal, White and Black in 3mm and 5mm thicknesses
“We are delighted to launch PERSPEX®re and further increase the availability of recycled products to our customers. There is a strong demand in many sectors to increase their share of recycled products and the introduction of PERSPEX®re further supports this. By using 100% rMMA in the manufacture of PERSPEX®re acrylic sheets, a valuable contribution is made to the reduction of waste and C02 as it cuts down on the amount of virgin MMA required. PERSPEX®re is produced with a 10 year external warranty offering longevity of life and a truly long term sustainable product.”PDL Marketing Manager Luke Martyn
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Ino-Plaz – Innovation in Plastics
We pride ourselves on being a British company, constantly striving to push the boundaries. Enabling us to best utilise and combine a range of materials. This translates into a level of expertise, which extends into every new challenge.
However complex or demanding a design, we are always flexible enough to manage a project through to completion. Therefore allowing us to both reproduce your designs or assist you in the brief. Whether it be a prototype or a production run. Meaning every item receives the same meticulous attention because ultimately, the quality reflects in the end product we offer.
In addition to fabrication and manufacturing services, Ino-Plaz also have an in-house design team. This allows for full control over the design and makes the process easier as both the designer and fabricator are in one place.
The dedicated Graphic Design and CAD specialists use software to create designs and 3D renders of products and ideas. Using this Computer Aided Design improves the quality of the design and creates a database for manufacturing. As well as showing a more realistic 3D representation of the final design.