We process thermoplastics such as acrylic glass (PMMA), polycarbonate (PC) and many other technical plastics.
The choice of the right material determines the quality and economy of the end product. We have the range and technical expertise to provide you with the optimal material solution, reliably and independently of the manufacturer.
Thermoplastics can be shredded and reused as granules for the manufacturing of new products. In this way, thermoplastics make their contribution to the sustainable and environmentally friendly conservation of resources.
OUR MATERIALS AT A GLANCE
• Acrylic glass (PMMA) e.g. PLEXIGLAS®, Perspex®, Altuglas®
– Plates in 1.5 – 25 mm material thickness
– Blocks in 30 – 250 mm material thickness
– Pipes, profiles, round and square bars
– PLEXIGLAS®: GS, XT, SATINICE SC and DC, LED, textures, gallery, multicolor,
RESIST, hi-gloss, optical, reflections, multi-skin sheets, corrugated sheets, etc.
• Polycarbonate (PC) e.g. Lexan®
– Plates in 1.5 – 20 mm material thickness
– Pipes and profiles
• Polyvinyl chloride (PVC)
• Polypropylene (PP)
• Polyoxymethylene (POM)
• Polyamide (PA)
• Polyethylene (PE)
• Polyethylene terephthalate (PET/PETG) e.g. Vivak®, Axpet®
• Polystyrene (PS)
• Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) e.g. Teflon®
In addition to this, we offer further materials and specifications on request.
PLEXIGLAS® is a registered trademark of Evonik Röhm GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany.
A flawless appearance, thermal resilience, weather and scratch resistance are decisive influencing factors when processing plastic for lighting technology. We reliably fulfill lighting specifications as well as (un)conventional design wishes. For this reason, we have been cooperating with leading European luminaire manufacturers for a long time.
Advancing LED technology, in particular, opens up an increasing potential for the use of acrylic glass elements, both in product and lighting design. In addition to edge lighting, we can also offer you a homogeneous illumination of the surface.
• Covering components
• Round discs
• Light diffusers for targeted light distribution
• LED scatter discs
• Light objects according to specifications/moulded parts
• Neon signs
• Illuminated banners
• Lenses (convex/concave)
In mechanical engineering, precision and resilience of plastic components play an outstanding role. Accordingly, we place the highest value on the processing quality of the mechanical engineering products we manufacture. It is therefore a matter of course for us, for example, to work in compliance with the tightest tolerance specifications, with particularly resilient bondings or stress-free deformations.
• Protective covers
• Viewing panels
• Pressure bodies
• Functional components
• Liquid containers
• Measuring phantoms
• Demonstration models
TRADE FAIR CONSTRUCTION/FURNISHINGS
Designing with acrylic glass components is nowadays almost a necessity for any attractive exhibition stand or sophisticated business furnishings. In this product category, particularly large moulded parts and optically high-quality acrylic glass surfaces play a major role.
We are happy to offer you solutions for all conceivable design purposes and furnishing ideas.
In order to optimize your conception, we can contribute our extensive specialized knowledge as early as in the planning phase, if desired.
• Display cabinets
• Brochure stands
• Room dividers
• 3D typographies
We are involved in the realization of artistic works and design objects, such as the illuminated benches by Stefan Sous in the Düsseldorf Hofgarten or the acrylic glass table for the G8 summit in Cologne in 1999. Artists and designers appreciate the high-quality appearance and versatility of shaping of our materials, especially as far as acrylic glass is concerned.
With creative ideas, we are happy to always be at your disposal for the implementation of special solutions.
2001 Choir room design, Hildegard Tolkmitt, Schmitten Church, Canton Fribourg, Switzerland
2002 Illuminated benches, Stefan Sous, Hofgarten, Düsseldorf
2004 LED Acoustic-Sound-Panels, Estol company, NDR Landesfunkhaus, Hanover
2007 Glowing Igloos, Paul Schwer, Haus Freigebiet 1, Bremerhaven
2010 Light spirals, Annette Sauermann, Science College Overbach, Jülich