bioplast

bioplast

(ˈbaɪəʊˌplæst)
n
(Biology) a very small unit of bioplasm
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Bioplast 500 has been chosen as additive to introduce a bio-derived charge: it is a starch-derived polymer from Biotec (German company).
Some promising experimental materials were also included: Bioplast (BP), thermoplastic potato starch-copolycstcr; Mirel (Ml), polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB).
25 November 2015 - US-based BioPlast Manufacturing, a manufacturer of plastic components used primarily for the medical research, clinical diagnostic and biotech environments, has acquired Kord-Valmark, a US manufacturer of petri dishes, the company said.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Consumable Items (Acrylic permanent soft denture liner, Acrylic shells (SMR) ophthalmic, Mumbai/similar) for artificial eyes, Adult stainless steel Crown kit, Autoclave Paper, Band Material, Beading wax strips, 1 box= 12 strips, Bioplast, Biorace (Bro to BR7, BR4c, BR5c, S-apex), Blade for Humby s knife, Bone wax- sterile bees wax sheet, Boxing wax strips, 1 box= 6 strips, Bupivacaine Long Acting, Bur Stand with cover (Autoclavable + Chemical Sterlization), Camphorated Monochlorophenol (CMCP), Carbomadum Disc.
022% * Source: European Biopiastics/Institute for Bioplast and Biocomposites (October 2012) FAO * In relation to global agricultural area.
Italian packaging printer, Bioplast, and prepress and graphics service provider, Mavigrafica are enjoying a mutually beneficial commercial relationship after both companies turned to the Kodak Flexcel NX Digital Flexographic System.
BioPak's compostable netting was commercialized last October using potato-starch-based BioPlast resin from Biotec GmbH in Germany plus other bio-based ingredients.
The bag it will be posted out in is a material called bioplast made from potato starch.
A positioner is made with Bioplast material using a Biostar machine.
Bioplast is a company which manufactures biodegradable plastic in the form of carrier bags and refuse sacks.
In addition, the mechanical properties have also been improved to provide stiffer and stronger mouldings, which are now similar, if not better, than the Biome product Bioplast GS 2189 which, in its own right, outperforms other bioplastics.
It has a 50:50 joint venture with French film converter Sphere in Biotec of Germany, which makes the Bioplast branded materials.