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SAN | High Resistance Recycled Plastic

SAN (Styrene Acrylic-Nitrile) is a co-polymer of Styrene and Acrylonitrile, belonging to the family of plastics. More specifically, to styrene polymers (of which the best known is polystyrene).

It is a thermoplastic polymer composed of repetitive styrene and acrylonitrile units. The SAN co-polymer generally contains 70-80% styrene and 20-30% acrylonitrile. It is designated SAN (Styrene Acrylonitrile).

This combination of monomers provides greater resistance, rigidity and chemical resistance than polystyrene. Styrene Acrylonitrile can be blended with other polymers, such as PC or Polyurethane Thermoplastic.

Uses of SAN | High Resistance Recycled Plastic

Lids
Displays
Windows

Characteristics

  • Injection

Recyclable Vs Reusable

Transparent
Transparent
In our plastic recycling plant we have the machinery and capacity to produce SAN | High Resistance Recycled Plastic in different colors and with different characteristics of flow and impact and / or loads.

Packaging (for other measurements and weight consult)

Octabin

Weight Kg High m. Width m. Deep
A 1.000 2,30 1,20 1,20
B 800 1,85 1,20 1,20
C 500 1,60 1,20 1,20

Big Bag

Weight Kg High m. Width m. Deep
A 1.100 2,00 1,20 1,20
B 800 1,70 1,20 1,20
C 500 1,50 1,20 1,20

Tanker truck

Weight
20 tn.
25 tn.
30 tn.