On April 14th Parx Plastics will be one of the 200 Dutch innovations that will present themselves at the 6th Innovation Expo in Amsterdam. Be invited to come and see the 200 innovations that bring solutions to global challenges.Read More
The technology of Parx Plastics features in edition 46 (14th November 2015) of Dutch magazine Elsevier. Elsevier is an academic publishing company that publishes medical and scientific literature. The article is written by Simon Rozendaal honorary member of the Royal Netherlands Chemical SocietyRead More
The Italian textile producer Ramfil s.r.l. has teamed up with Parx Plastics to incorporated Parx’ antimicrobial Sanipolymers into the yarns of the textiles used for sunbeds, beach chairs and umbrellas. Incorporating this biocompatible technology a modification is made to the materials mechanical/physical characteristics.Read More
Parx Plastics has finished it verification tests on different grades of acrylics (PMMA) and adds them to the portfolio of antimicrobial concentrates. These thermoplastics are used for the production of sheets that are lightweight and shatter-resistant which are ideal to be formed into shapes for hospital beds.Read More
Parx Plastics teamed up with Aviplast WFC/Deltawood, a developer of semi-permanent emergency hospital care units made out of wood fiber composite (WFC). This WFC material consists of 75% wood fibers from recycled waste or rest wood in combination of 25% plastic (PP) resin.Read More
Parx Plastics winner World Technology Award
At the TIME Conference Center in New York, Parx Plastics wins the World Technology Award for Materials. The Parx technology was identified as an innovation with the likely long-term significance.
Once a year The WorldTechnology Network brings together many of the world’s most innovative individuals and organizations in science, technology, and related fields to present, discuss and celebrate innovations and accomplishments. In this years edition Parx Plastics was awarded for its inventions creating a biocompatible antibacterial plastic. The technology developed by Parx Plastics is unique in its kind as it is fully biocompatible, ecofriendly, non-toxic and without substances leaching from the plastic.Read More
The European Commission has announces Parx Plastics as one of Europe’s TOP 3 Startups.
The European Commission’s vice-president Neelie Kroes introduced the Tech All Stars competition by urging the backing of Europe’s young startups “Europe has the talent. It needs founders like you to believe it. It’s you who can come up with the good ideas and shake it all up. Start forging tomorrow’s economy. Create the jobs. Change the world. Because that’s what startups and entrepreneurs do.”Read More
Parx Plastics successfully adds antimicrobial property to BASF Terluran® GP-35 ABS copolymer
Parx Plastics announces on target results with BASF Terluran® GP-35 ABS copolymer. Terluran® is a standard ABS grade with a low viscosity with a very wide range of applications. ISO 22196 testing by a TÜV-certified laboratory show an antimicrobial effect of 98-99% for Escherichia Coli (Gram-) and Staphilococcus Aurus (Gram+) bacteria. Terluran® GP-35 is a so called “world grade” material as it is available throughout the world and now with the aid of the patented technology of Parx Plastics it can incorporate an effective antimicrobial property.Read More