Amorphous polyethylene terephthalate, a variant of the thermoplastic PET with a shiny appearance and good durability. APET is recyclable.


Biofilm (Bio Seal Z)

Each film consists of a non-plastic layer (a base film made from regenerated cellulose film) and two plastic surface coatings.


Shapely and stable plates, bowls or menu boxes are made from the remains of the sugar cane plant that are left over when the sugar juice is extracted (so-called bagasse).



Crystalline polyethylene terephthalate is a thermoplastic with special properties and resistance, e.g. B. against high temperatures. CPET is recyclable.



Elements mounted on the eccentric shaft through which power is transmitted through a mechanical rotational movement. In the ALX® sealing devices, the eccentric is used to convert a rotary movement into a powerful lifting movement, which ensures a secure sealing result.



The FSC® logo is the most internationally established seal of quality for wood and paper products. The Forest Stewardship Council ® is an international, independent, non-public, non-profit organization founded by representatives of environmental and social organizations as well as forest owners and wood processors from around the world. The goal of FSC® is to promote environmentally sound, socially beneficial and economically viable global forest management ( ) . We have some items in our range that are produced from FSC®-based raw materials, such as: B. our PaperPeel boxes made of cardboard.

Fresh fiber

A high-quality, food-safe raw material for the production of disposable tableware and service packaging. Our pulp seal bowls are made from new, fresh fibers.



Patented control for smart ALX sealing devices (available upon request), which offers numerous operating and monitoring options.


Kraft paper

Kraft paper is the type of paper with the highest strength for the production of e.g. B. paper bowls. It consists of almost 100% cellulose fibers. Only starch, alum and glue are added to achieve surface effects and increased strength.


my (µ)

Micron or micrometer (millionth of a meter). µ denotes a unit of measurement to indicate the material thickness of z. B. Foils.



Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is one of the most important thermoplastics, accounting for around 6% of the total amount of plastics produced. Some of our items are made from PET films or coated with a thin PET lamination. PET is recyclable.


Polypropylene is a standard thermoplastic with proven good resistance. Often used for pharmaceutical and food applications. PP is recyclable.


Pulpy mass mechanically produced from plant fibers and water, which is processed into three-dimensionally shaped menu bowls.


Plastic made by polymerizing ethylene. Transparent (milky-cloudy in a thicker layer), light, tough, elastic, practically unbreakable, hardly chemically attackable, has a waxy feel, becomes soft at 70-80° C and melts at 100-200° C. Polyethylene can be used in many ways: for packaging films (impermeable to water and water vapor), household goods, bottles or as insulation material (coating).


Called polylactic acid, it is a bio-plastic made from plant starch. Corn and wheat are primarily used to produce starch, from which the natural sugar dextrose is obtained. A fermentation process converts dextrose first into lactic acid and then into versatile so-called polymers. They are used to produce plastic-like granules and are processed in a similar way to petroleum-based plastics.


Plastic made by polymerizing styrene. Horn-like hard, tough, odorless, not harmful to health, resistant to moisture, shiny, transparent or translucent, with particularly favorable dielectric properties (good insulating material, low loss factor). Polystyrene can be easily processed by injection molding. The temperature resistance is from -10°C to +70°C.


Sealing film

Film designed for heat sealing, which is used as a lid on menu trays. Sealing films can be made of different materials and are tailored to the respective menu trays. Due to the low amount of material used compared to snap-on lids, sealing films are a sensible alternative that also ensures a leak-proof closure.

sealing paper

Paper or paper composite designed for heat sealing, which is used as a covering. It is used as a closure on certain combinations of menu trays and the coordinated sealing paper that we recommend.



Universally usable plastic made of foamed polystyrene, contains > 80% air, is light, heat-insulating and recyclable.



Sugar cane, a plant from the sweet grass family that grows several times a year, is the world's most important raw material supplier for the production of household sugar (sucrose). Shapely and stable plates, bowls or menu boxes are made from the remains of the sugar cane plant that are left over when the sugar juice is extracted (so-called bagasse).