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With the help of more than twenty years of experience, the employees of REMARKETING 24 Sp.z.o.o also meet the most diverse customer needs.
An excellent relationship with the suppliers allows REMARKETING 24 Sp.z.o.o to maintain the high quality of the products marketed.
"WORK IN PROGRESS" has become the philosophy of REMARKETING 24 Sp.z.o.o, where "PROGRESS" means improving business processes.
Why choose REMARKETING 24 Sp.z.o.o?
Because our company is characterized by reliability, accuracy, drive and the pursuit of the best quality/price ratio. We also believe deeply in the importance of excellent relationship and mutual trust with our suppliers and customers.

PLASTIC
Raw materials
Plastic raw materials

POLYETHYLENE
Features

Polyethylene (PE) is a very light material, one of the substances most present in our daily lives.
Polyethylene is resistant to chemicals, saline solution, various acidic and alkaline substances, alcohol and gasoline, as well as waterproof. It does not absorb water or other liquids, it is only damaged by oxidizing acids, such as nitric acid, sulfuric acid and halogen acids.
Since it has no toxic properties and low water absorption, it is widely used in the food industry.


Polypropylene
Features

Polypropylene (PP) is characterized by low moisture absorption, moderate material hardness and mechanical resistance, low gliding ability and poor shock resistance.
It is resistant to weak inorganic acids, alkaline solutions, alcohol, certain oils, and detergents.  It does not resist strong oxidizing agents, gasoline, benzene and halogenated hydrocarbons.
Used between 0 °C and + 110 °C depending on type


Polyvinyl chloride
Features
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is characterized by excellent shock resistance and elasticity, but has a very low tensile strength. The maximum temperature during machining is approximately + 60 °C.
Partially resistant to gasoline, inorganic acids with an average concentration, alcohol and saline solutions;  it is well resistant to light and the passage of time. It is not resistant to organic solvents and aqueous solutions and benzene.
Its mechanical features are strongly influenced by the degree of the added plasticizer: it can become brittle from -10 ° C to -50 ° C.

POLYSTYRENE
Features
Polystyrene (PS) is characterized by good shock resistance, hardness and mechanical strength, low gliding ability and does not absorb moisture well.
Depending on the type of use, it is between -40 °C and + 70 °C.
Resistant to acid and alkaline under certain conditions, it does not withstand gasoline, solvents, certain oils and UV radiation.


Acrylicnitrile butadiene styrene styrene
Features
Acrylicnitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) is a rigid and solid substance, even at low temperatures. It is characterized by hardness, good scratch resistance, poor gliding ability and low moisture absorption.
The scope of use, depending on the type of material, ranges from -40 ° C to + 80 ° C. It is resistant to certain acids and alkaline solutions and is well resistant to the passage of time. It is not resistant to gasoline, acetone, benzene, solvents, certain oils and UV radiation.

POLYAMIDE
Features
The types of polyamide in use are PA6 and PA66. They are characterized by good shock resistance, good mechanical strength, good gliding ability and extraordinary moisture absorption.
At -40 °C it becomes brittle.  Depending on the type of maximum machining temperature.+ is between 80 ° C and + 120 ° C.
Resistant to aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, gasoline, oils, fats, some types of alcohol, chlorinated hydrocarbons and weak alkaline solutions. It has a very good resistance to the passage of time and weather. It does not withstand mineral acids, strong alkaline solutions, oxidants, formic acid, phenols, crezoles, glycols, and chloroform.
Mechanical characteristics are influenced by the type of PA, the ratio of water absorbed and the degree of crystallization.


Semi-finished PLASTIC
BOPA
Features
BOPA is a two-way oriented film based on BOPET, BOPP, BOPA, PE, CPP. It can be transparent and metal in color.


BOPP
Features
BOPP polypropylene film; available in glossy, matte, transparent or pearly white versions or soldering on both sides.
Available in a thickness of 15 my to 50 my. It is most often used in the food packaging industry.


CPP CAST
Features
CPP CAST CAST polypropylene film Cast, an innovative version of BOPP that protects products from moisture. It is an excellent solution in the market for flexible packaging materials. Available in the glossy or matte version, transparent or mother of pearl in white, soldering on one or both sides.
Available in a thickness of 15 my to 50 my. It is most commonly used in the food packaging industry.



Alumíniumfólia
Features
Aluminum film (AL), thickness between 8 my and 50 my, is mainly used in the packaging sector, in the manufacture of cables and in industry.



Szigetelőfólia
Features
Multilayered film, which is made on the basis of BOPET, BOPP, BOPA, PE, CPP and can be transparent or metal color. Used as a food packaging material, as well as in the pharmaceutical and technical fields



SZÍNES fólia
Features
Colored plastic film made of polyester and polypropylene in lacquered and metallic versions.



PET és BOPET
Features
PET and BOPET belong to the category of insulating films, undergo various treatments.


PE
Features
PE stretch polyethylene film. It has excellent thermal insulation properties, due to its stability and versatility, it is the main character of an infinite number of industries and applications.
It is an easy-to-weld material, but it is difficult to glue, has a very high shock resistance (even at low temperatures) and has excellent anti-stick properties.
Depending on the manufacture, the composition can be flexible (LD) and hard (HD). Mechanical characteristics depend on crystallization. It is usually used at temperatures from 40 ° C to + 80 ° C. Direct sunlight can make it brittle.


Different formats and steels on special request.

Stainless steels (or stainless steels) are ferrous alloys which, in addition to the typical mechanical properties of carbon steels, are characterized by a considerable resistance to corrosion, especially in humid air or in fresh water.
This ability to resist corrosion is due to the presence of alloying elements, such as chromium in particular, capable of passivating, i.e. H. to be covered with a thin and sticky oxide adhesion layer that is practically invisible. This layer, made up of a few atomic layers, protects the underlying metal or alloy from the effects of external chemical agents.
Stainless steels are characterized by a carbon content of less than 1.2%. The minimum level of “free”, i.e. not bound to carbon, chromium is 11-12% to maintain the permanent “passivating” oxide layer that protects against corrosion. In fact, the chromium in the alloy, when combined with carbon, can form chromium carbides, which limit the availability of this alloying element to form oxides and consequently passivate.
Stainless steel owes its resistance to corrosion to a simple chemical reaction: thanks to the chromium content in the steel, a wafer-thin passivation film forms on the surface in connection with the oxygen from air or water, which protects against all aggressive substances. If this foil is damaged, it forms again from the matrix of the steel. Corrosion resistance is closely related to chromium content. It can be increased by using nickel and molybdenum or other alloys. Today there are numerous types of stainless steel that are suitable for special applications depending on the alloys from which they are made.
In addition, the resistance to corrosion depends on the surface: the smoother and more homogeneous it is, the greater its resistance to corrosion. In particular, the inclusions or deposits of rust or dust particles, for example, originating from the machining process, can cause local corrosion that spreads quickly.

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KRS:0000619600 REGON: 36452464 Kapital Zakladowy: 80.000 pnl
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