Since August a ZSE 18 HP-PH has been in operation inside a clean room ISO7/GMP at AIMPLAS. With the versatile small extruder from German extrusion expert Leistritz Extrusionstechnik GmbH, the research and development
As a decisive leader in European projects, AIMPLAS closed 2019 with €13.3 million in revenue, a 14% increase over 2018. Its commitment to social and environmental sustainability was highlighted by a report verified by GRI. Furthermore, according to the calculation of the centre’s social return on investment, for every euro invested, AIMPLAS gave back €7.20 to society.
The main goal of the European SPARTA project is to find a new method of recycling and reprocessing composite thermoplastic materials that reduces the amount of waste generated by the aerospace industry, as well as its environmental impact. Another goal is to design more eco-efficient manufacturing methods.
As another example of its internationalisation process and in order to respond to the demand made by its clients in Portugal, AIMPLAS has processed and obtained the official DGERT (Directorate General for Employment and Labour Relations) accreditation to provide training to Portuguese companies.
The objective of the MOULD4PLAST project is to provide mould manufacturers with speciality plastics training to meet the high demand for professionals with this profile in the sector.
The pipes transport solids, liquids and gases that may be aggressive to the material they are made of. They are also used in different environments and can be buried, used outdoors