Restylon Tecnology



In the world of plastic materials, technologies evolve very quickly. The evolution of polymers is constantly supervised by MASPI so to get those raw materials which allow to improve the link between cost/performance in favour of the final product. In the production process MASPI uses materials with or without charges, among which
(polypropylene, styrofoam, abs, polyamides, polycarbonate).
In addition to these, MASPI has developed some specific trademark compounds for co-injection, such as:

Starclay®, a thermoplastic composite polymer formulated and developed especially for the building sector. Composed by 40% recycled polymer, it is enriched by nano-charges, it conveys a high stiffness, a low thermal dilatation coefficient and a low thermic transmission.
Starclay® is produced with a clay-base colour which allows the production of items that can be assimilated and integrated with the traditional clay elements of civil roofs. It has a high resistance against chemical agents and UV rays. It has also a good shock resistance even at low temperature and it is easy to be nailed down or drilled without any problem.
Starclay® is completely recyclable at the end of its life. Thanks to its peculiar qualities, Starclay® has been chosen to produce "INTEGRO”, a patented system for the integration of photovoltaic solar panels on pitched roofs.



Restylon®-S is a composite thermoplastic polymer characterized by a high superficial shine, an excellent UV-resistance and a good resistance against scratches.
It is particularly esteemed in the interior furniture sector and it allows the manufacturing of tables, stools, seats and shower trays with high thickness and an excellent superficial quality. Restylon®-S is composed by 40% compatible recycled material. Materials with a high intrinsic quality which give Restylon®-S exemplary properties of dimensional and aesthetical stability. Also Restylon®-S is completely recyclable at the end of its life.
 



Restylon®-P, is a composite thermoplastic polymer with the best cost/performance ratio, particularly recommended where a good chemical resistance against detergents, a discrete resistance against superficial scratches and a low overall weight are needed.
Composed by 30% recycled material, it is particularly suitable in items for outdoor environments such as garden furniture or for basically difficult applications such as seats for community centres, where both the resistance against detergents and shocks are required. Upon request, the product can also be resistant against germs and bacteria thank to ad hoc sanitation systems. Restylon®-P has an excellent resistance against the UV-ageing and, in case of particularly critical applications, is also available in its FR (self-extinguishing V0 according UL 94) version. The material is completely recyclable at the end of its life.

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