Prisma has been present in more than 40 countries for more than 10 years in the chemical / petroleum sector. Prisma's expertise lies in the origination of the products it markets and the analysis of structured operations, narrowing the path between the producer and the end consumer.
Prisma Thermoplastics offers the best in engineering plastics and commodities, making it easy to search and continuously supply the raw material you need to carry out your business.
Specializing in the commercialization of polymers, Prisma offers world-renowned materials and provides customer guidance during all product development processes.
The structure you need and products with quality that will surprise you.
Polypropylene (PP) resins, as well as most polyolefins, are resistant to many solvents and chemicals, withstand well at higher temperatures, atoxic and versatile. It is suitable for injection of technical parts and packaging, production of textile fibers, medical-hospital, thermoforming, improvement of optical and processing characteristics.
Polyethylene is one of the most widely used plastics in the world. This polymer allows the food to be packed economically and with an extended shelf life. It guarantees the safe transportation and distribution of chemicals and has many useful applications for everyday use.
Low density polyethylene (LDPE) - material with greater flexibility, impact resistance and transparency when compared to other polyethylenes. Usually used for blowing, film extrusion and injection molding.
Low linear density polyethylene (LLDPE) - material with excellent tear and impact resistance. With its processability a little worse than LDPE. Demonstrates high sealability and elongation, ensuring more packaging speed.
High density polyethylene (HDPE) - enables the production of more rigid parts, has good resistance to chemicals. It can be used for blowing and injection and can also be extruded for the manufacture of films, wires, tapes and tubes.
Poly (ethylene terephthalate), is known chemically as a thermoplastic polyester polymer.
PET is industrially produced by direct esterification of purified terephthalic acid (PTA) with monoethylene glycol (MEG).
It has become very popular when used to make bottles of soft drinks (carbonated drinks). It is a material with excellent mechanical and chemical resistance, transparent and bright.
Seeking the socio-environmental balance in its operations Prisma began its activities in the segment of recycled resins. We currently have availability of PET Flakes in various shades, recycled PP and ground arch ribbons for reuse.