Rollstock for Thermoformed Packaging

Our friends at Ex-Tech Plastics are the exclusive North American manufacturer and distributor of good naturedTM plant-based thermoplastic sheets. Made from up to 99% plant-based materials, and no BPAs, phthalates or other nasty stuff, we can get you on your way to eliminating fossil fuels from your packaging in no time.

Our bioplastic rollstock works on any standard thermoforming equipment with minimal adjustments. So if you’ve already got a mold and just need the roll, let us show you just how easy it can be to kick fossil fuels out of your packaging and straight to the curb.

good naturedTM plant-based sheets are available in a number of distinct grades for a variety of applications:

1000 Collection: Our everyday basic, the 1000 Collection is opaque and impact resistant.

TFF01015 – 87% plant-based, food safe and heat resistant to 115F (45C), these sheets are available in always-classic black.

2000 Collection: The workhorse in our assortment, the 2000 Collection is crystal clear and impact resistant.

TFF02000 – 99% plant-based, food safe and heat resistant to 115F (45C), these sheets are great for food applications where high heat is not an issue.

TFF02015 – 97% plant-based, food safe and heat resistant to 115F (45C), for when you need a bit more drop-kick durability.

TFN02020 – 95% plant-based and heat resistant to 115F (45C), these sheets are not certified for food contact, but offer even better drop-kick durability.

TFN02025 – 90% plant-based and heat resistant to 115F (45C), these sheets are not certified for food contact, but get the top prize for drop-kickability.

4000 Collection: For the overseas traveler, the 4000 Collection is crystal clear and super heat resistant.

TFN04000 – 47% plant-based and heat resistant to 125F (60C), these sheets were designed specifically to meet the heat resistance standards for overseas shipping containers.

Get in touch with the very lovely team at Ex-Tech, and let’s get started!

 

PS: Have you tried kicking your old packaging to the curb? Really quite fun. Do share with us. 🙂