HOW DOES IT WORK?
Timeplast uses Abiogenesis principles for the synthesis of liquid artificial enzymes and powerful solvents that when combined, have the ability to break plastic down to a molecular level, essentially turning plastic into a corn-starch or wax-like material.
Using computers, gravimetric scales, probes and tubes, the above-mentioned liquid combination is carefully delivered precisely when new plastics are being manufactured, with the goal of breaking down as much of the plastic molecular signature, without losing the commercial characteristics of plastics. This is only possible given that plastic is incredibly over-engineered.
The final plastic is transformed into a new material that's technically a co-polymer between the host plastic and a "younger/depolymerized" version of itself.
This new material happens to outperform virgin/regular plastic in almost every way.
We understand that the logic behind our technology can be counter intuitive, and for that, we use a short and simple analogy to better portrait Timeplast's transformation:
A solid 30 inch x 10 inch cardboard picture of the Grand Canyon needs only 0.1% of its cardboard mass to be removed selectively, in order for the entire picture to fragment into 3000 pieces with a pre-programmed maximum per-piece-length. Precisely what happens at the polymer chain level when depolymerized with Timeplast.