Frequently Asked Questions

Mars Thermoform Plastik AS, which was established with a paid capital of 2 million in 2015 and has 20 years of experience in the plastics industry of its partners. we aim to get market share from domestic market and international market.

Hinged Container, Salad Bowl, Egg Troys, Meat container, Sauce, Salad Bowl etc.

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It is possible to get good quality product and reasonable price because our machine has got the principle of working with customer oriented work with arge studies.

Polyethylene (PE): It has a wide use area.
Polypropylene (PP): Commonly used plastics. In automobile side industry, garden furniture etc. Used in places.
Polystyrene (PS): Packing, plastic parts of electronic and white goods, etc. There are areas of use.
Polyethylene terephthalate (PETE): Pet bottle name comes from this material.
Polyamide (PA) (Nylon): Fiber, toothbrush bristles, line, etc. There are areas of use.
Polyester (Polyester): Typical use on textiles.
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC): Pipe, profile etc. Used in manufacturing.
Polycarbonate (PC): CD, glasses etc. It has the feature of non-conducting and self-extinguishing.
Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS): Widely used in plastic parts of electronic devices.
Polyvinylidene chloride (PVDC) (Saran): Used for food packaging.

The source of plastics; crude oil, gas and coal. Plastics are composed of high molecular weight organic molecules or polymers. 4% of the total petroleum produced in the world is used for the production of plastics.
The plastics are divided into 2 groups, thermoset and thermoplastic. Thermoset plastics are insoluble and insoluble when heated, but they soften and do not become fluid. They can not be used again and again but can be put into production again. Thermoplastics can be softened and hardened many times. When they are cold they become shaped.
1- Low density polyethylene (LDPE)
2- High density polyethylene (HDPE)
3-Polystyrene (PS)
4-Polypropylene (PP)
5-Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)
6- Polyvinylchloride (PVC)
Among them PET has an important place. With the plastic fabrication, various forms of products are obtained. (Film, fiber, sheet, foam, bottle, glass, etc.)

The most common commercial polypropylene has a level of crystal structure between low density polyethylene (LDPE) and high density polyethylene (HDPE). The Young’s modulus (modulus of elasticity) is also moderate. However, it is less stiff than LDPE and much less loose than HDPE. This allows the use of polypropylene in place of engineering plastics such as ABS.
Polypropylene is very resistant to fatigue. Low cost, good impact resistance. The coefficient of friction is low and provides very good electrical insulation. Chemical resistance is good. Suitable for all thermoplastic processing processes. Polypropylene has a melting temperature of about 130 degrees Celsius.
However, it has the following disadvantages. Low UV radiation resistance, high thermal expansion. Paint and coating are difficult. It is resistant to outdoor weather conditions and is open to oxidation. It is flammable and interacts with chlorine-containing solvents.

Pet – PS – PP

Biosphere biodegradable additives enhance the biodegradability of plastic by increasing the amount of hydophalicity of plastic product. The current structure of plastic is hydrophobic and allows for only a small amount of biodegradation to occur over a very long period of time. The additive allows the acids which microbes produce to create faster biodegradability of the plastic, which in turn allows for the softening of certain properties of the macromolecules in plastic.


Biosphere’s 100% active ingredient additives have no carrier resins and are nothing like other biodegradable additives or oxo-degradable additives in the market which only offer a one-dimensional approach