Our company, which has been operating successfully in different sectors since 1988, has made new machinery investments with continuous improvement and development methods in the already existing 800 m² nylon packaging section in 2009, has increased its production capacity with a faster and stronger machine park and took its place in the packaging sector. . Since 2009, it has improved itself with different products and productions by constantly improving and renewing its machine park and moved to a new 3000 m² area of activity. By increasing its capacity even more in 2015, with the machine park capable of producing many products such as PE shrink, fabric bag, pallet cover, vacuum nylon, industrial carrying bag, fabric dog covers, food packaging nylons, in an area of 7000 m², keeping customer satisfaction in the foreground and we continue our production activities by continuing to develop in line with their needs.
Polyethylene is a white, semi-permeable, softenable and highly durable thermoplastic used in a wide variety of products. It takes its name from ethylene in monomer form, and polyethylene is produced using ethylene. In the plastic industry, it is generally called PE for short. Polyethylene is produced by polymerization of ethylene. Polymerization method can be by radical polymerization, anionic polymerization, ion coordination polymerization and cationic polymerization methods. Each of these methods provides different types of polyethylene production.
Although the properties of polyethylene vary according to the types; Good resistance to outdoor conditions and moisture, flexibility, weak mechanical strength and superior chemical resistance can be listed as general properties. Since polyethylene is a very low cost and cheap polymer, it is produced in large quantities. Most of them are widely used in many different fields such as bags (bags), pallet cover, product transport packaging, packaging film, shrink film, fabric bag.
The raw materials we use in our machine park;
HDPE (high density PE),
LDPE (low density PE),
LLDPE (linearly linked low density PE)