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Advanced & Functional Technologies for Biocomposites S.L.

Albert Einstein, 5, 46980 Paterna - Valencia
Spanien
Dieser Aussteller ist Mitaussteller von
ITENE Packaging, Transport & Logistics Research Center

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Lorena García

Managing Director

Telefon
+34 672 387 067

E-Mail
lorena.garcia@adbioplastics.com

Nadia García

R&D Specialist

Telefon
+34 672 387 096

E-Mail
nadia.garcia@adbioplastics.com

Fernando Trénor

Project Manager

Telefon
+34 672 387 258

E-Mail
fernando.trenor@adbioplastics.com

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  • 02  Packstoffe, Packmittel, Packhilfsmittel und Packmittelproduktion
  • 02.01  Packstoffe
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Packstoffe / Kunststoff / Bio-Kunststoff

  • 02  Packstoffe, Packmittel, Packhilfsmittel und Packmittelproduktion
  • 02.01  Packstoffe
  • 02.01.03  Packstoffe / Kunststoff
  • 02.01.03.03  Packstoffe / Kunststoff / Polymilchsäure (PLA)

Packstoffe / Kunststoff / Polymilchsäure (PLA)

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ADBioplastics

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14 Apr 2021

SUCCESS STORY: Clamshell made of biobased and compostable PLA-Premium material for fresh bakery products

This sustainable material goes for short-term room temperature, long-term frozen and chilled products under EU regulations. Compared with virgin PLA, PLA-Premium grades improve resistance up to 7 times.

After the completion in 2020 of the installation of its new industrial plant, ADBioplastics has, in recent months, turned to its R&D department. And this is translating into new success stories. In collaboration with a packaging manufacturer from the Valencian Community, it has carried out the production of a proof of concept for thermoformed packaging for the food sector. This has been made entirely of biobased and compostable PLA-Premium material specially designed for rigid containers of fresh bakery and pastries.

“We additive PLA-Premium grades according to customer needs to achieve the desired mechanical properties. In the case of thermoformed food containers for pastries, the PLA-Premium W 721 – F grade has been used and is intended for short-term room temperature, long-term frozen and chilled products under EU regulations”, Nadia García, R&D Specialist at ADBioplastics explains. These grades enhance the mechanical properties improving up to 7 times the resistance, so they are less brittle than virgin PLA, at the same time that they are more processable and maintain transparency. The product has been tested demonstrating its industrial compostability. “The main goal of our startup is to help clients achieve the sustainability goals promoted by the European Union for 2030 and we know that we are on the right track,” Lorena García, Managing Director, says.

ADBioplastics is dedicated to the development and manufacture, to measure, of additives and bioplastics for the food, cosmetic, textile, 3D printing, and construction sectors. The products are biobased because they come from corn, sugar cane, and/or beets, as well as compostable; which means that, under industrial conditions, they disintegrate in just six months, turning into CO2, compost, and water. A process that will help comply with the European Union’s Plastics Reduction Directive set for 2030 and promote the circular economy. If you want to know more about this startup, go to www.adbioplastics.com.

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04 Nov 2020

PLA-Premium bioplastic is the perfect substitute for traditional plastic for rigid bakery and pastry packaging

The grades developed by ADBioplastics enhance elasticity and are less brittle than PLA while maintaining transparency.

European regulations for 2030 strongly push towards a sustainable model with the planet. That is why most national and international supermarkets are incorporating products with recycled or compostable packaging in their linear products. ADBioplastics emerged precisely to respond to this need within the food industry. Among the 8 grades that the Valencian startup has developed, the biobased, biodegradable, and compostable grade PLA-Premium E-1120 stands out. It stands out for the barrier properties it provides, far superior to those existing today in the bioplastics market, specifically the permeability to water vapor or oxygen. It also highlights the mechanical properties that enhance elasticity making the material less brittle than conventional PLA while maintaining transparency in the containers. “We can say that our PLA-Premium has become the ideal substitute for traditional plastic. To the mentioned properties, we must add the processability of our material since it behaves like a traditional plastic, even if it is a bioplastic. Besides, we focus on rigid packaging and especially on thermoformed bakery and pastry containers (clamshells)”, Lorena García, Managing Director of ADBioplastics, has said.

Different samples in pellets have been sent to several manufacturers in the food sector on a national and international scale, and the feedback has been very positive. “The coronavirus has slowed our entry into the market. Now, according to our forecasts, at the beginning of 2021 we will already start with the supply of the first orders in bakery and pastry shops”, García has explained. The reactor they have at the chemical plant can manufacture about 120 tons of PLA-Premium per year.

ADBioplastics is dedicated to the development and manufacture, to measure, of BIOplastics for the food, cosmetic, textile, 3D printing, and construction sectors. The product known as PLA-Premium is biobased because it is produced from corn, sugar cane, and/or beet, as well as biodegradable and compostable; which means that, under industrial conditions, it disintegrates 90% turning into CO2, compost, and water. A process that will help comply with the European Union’s Plastics Reduction Directive set for 2030.

Mehr Weniger

02 Nov 2020

PLA-Premium of ADBioplastics has been confirmed as the “bio” alternative to PVC for manufacturing profiles

“The key is in our mechanical properties. The resistance to the impact that we achieve is much better than that of the base PLA”, Lorena García, Managing Director of the startup, has said. PLA-Premium has been tested in several profile manufacturers, and the feedback has been tremendously positive.

PLA-Premium from ADBioplastics is emerging as the best sustainable alternative to PVC, and the key is impact resistance. With the additive developed by this Valencian startup, it has been possible to improve the basic properties of PLA to make it more flexible and less fragile. An improvement, which is especially suitable for the manufacture of biobased, biodegradable, and compostable profiles in the construction sector using the extrusion technique. According to Lorena García, Managing Director of ADBioplastics: “what we have done with our additive has been to revolutionize conventional PLA to position ourselves with a Premium version and go where it alone cannot. We not only improve the mechanical properties but also the barrier properties and the processability, maintaining transparency at all times”.

To date, pellet samples have been sent to various profile manufacturers in the construction industry and feedback has been highly satisfactory. That is why, after the pilot-scale validation comes to the industrial scaling. “We are immersed in this second phase to be able to manufacture on a large scale and satisfy the demand of our potential customers”, García has explained. For this, a large reactor has been purchased that will allow an annual capacity of about 120 tons of PLA-Premium.

ADBioplastics, among the TOP 5 bioplastics in the world

Recently, ADBioplastics has been nominated as one of the 5 best-biobased polymer startups in the world and that have the most impact in the materials sector. Startups Insights, an Austrian-based platform dedicated to discovering cutting-edge startups, has been commissioned to carry out this exhaustive investigation in which more than 190 companies from around the world have participated. “We know that our technology company has a lot to contribute in the bioplastics sector, but we never imagined being among the top 5 in the world. A recognition that does nothing more than strengthen us in our green fight for the planet thanks to our compostable bioplastics”, García has said.

ADBioplastics is dedicated to the development and manufacture, to measure, of BIOplastics for the food, cosmetic, textile, 3D printing, and construction sectors. The product known as PLA-Premium is biobased because it is produced from corn, sugar cane, and/or beet, as well as biodegradable and compostable; which means that, under industrial conditions, it disintegrates 90% turning into CO2, compost, and water. A process that will help comply with the European Union’s Plastics Reduction Directive set for 2030.

Mehr Weniger

14 Sep 2020

ADBioplastics is in the TOP 5 of the best-biobased polymer startups in the world

We are in the TOP 5 in the world! We are very proud and no wonder. ADBioplastics has been selected as one of the top 5 biobased polymer startups that have the most impact in the materials sector. Thank you Status Insights for choosing us after an exhaustive investigation in which more than 190 companies have participated worldwide.

We are dedicated to the development and manufacture, to measure, of BIOplastics, the most effective alternative to contribute to a greener planet. Our PLA-Premium product is biobased because it is produced from corn, sugar cane or sugarbeet, biodegradable and compostable, which means that it disintegrates to 90% in just six months, under industrial conditions. A process that will help meet the EU Plastics Reduction Directive set for 2030.

To read the full news here.

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Firmenporträt

ADBioplastics ist ein Start-up, das sich der Entwicklung und der kommerziellen Verwertung von maßgeschneidertem Biokunststoff widmet, einer starken Alternative, den Planeten zu retten und den traditionellen Kunststoff zu ersetzen, der auf fossilen Brennstoff basiert und sehr umweltbelastend ist.

Unser Material PLA-Premium ist biobased vom Ursprung, weil sie aus Mais, Zuckerrohr und Zuckerrüben hergestellt werden. Unser Mehrwert ist, dass unser Material auch kompostierbar ist. Bei der industriellen Kompostierung wird das Material innerhalb von sechs Monaten um 90% abgebaut. Ein Prozess, dem Verpackungsherstellern hilft, die EU-Strategie zur Reduzierung von Kunststoffen bis 2030 zu erfüllen und dazu beizutragen, to make the world a better place, unsere Leitmotiv.

Mit unserem Hintergrund (ITENE-Spin-off) können wir ein BIOpolymer PLA in einem PLA-Premium umwandeln und seine Eigenschaften verbessern, wie zum Beispiel:

  • PLA-Barriereeigenschaften um bis zu 60% verbessert
  • Wärmestabilität und verbesserte mechanische Eigenschaften
  • Einstellbare Transparenz
  • Gute Verarbeitbarkeit

Unternehmensdaten

Umsatz < 1 Mio US $
Exportanteil max. 10%
Anzahl der Beschäftigten 1-19
Gründungsjahr 2016
Zielgruppen
  • Nahrungsmittel
  • Kosmetik
  • Pharma