Kimya PLA-R is derived from waste generated during industrial production. Waste material is ground up and then granulated via an extrusion step at recycling plants. This recycling process, known as regeneration, can be defined as "any process enabling substances, materials, or products that have already been used to offer equivalent performance to the original substances, materials, or products vis-à-vis the intended use."
It's important to highlight that PLA is susceptible to UV and humidity, limiting its use to indoor applications, and it exhibits low resistance to heat (up to 60°C).
Regarding applications, the material proves ideal for prototype production and various decorative objects. It holds significant value in sectors such as agriculture, industry, and architecture.
- Easy to print
- Glossy finish
- Contains minimum 95% of recycled material (material that itself is obtained from 100% natural PLA-R)
- Eligible to the EN 13432 and EN 14995 standards (PLA-R Natural)
- Complies with the REACH regulation and the RoHS directive