WHY TIMEPLAST ?

Patent Approved

Tailored

Cost Efficient

Eco-friendly

Lab Tested

PATENT APPROVED

Timeplast is the first and only patent approved by the USPTO on the nano-degradation of plastic.

TAILORED

Timeplast's patented additive product, Timeplast™ also offers custom additive manufacturing to be used by plastic manufacturers to selectively nano-degrade their products based on individualized criteria.

COST EFFICIENT

Timeplast’s™ Commercial Advantage: One pound of our additive can alter one thousand pounds of plastic. This translates into an extremely low cost application.

ECO-FRIENDLY

65% Carbon footprint reduction: Timeplast™ -altered Recycled PET allows plastic to have 3.07 times higher decrease factor of carbon footprint, meaning a CFR of 73.68% (24%x3.07)
 

307.5% Higher Recyclability: Timeplast™-treated plastic has a 307.5% higher recyclability potential.

Our treated plastic integrates seamlessly into the existing recycling stream, and only loses 1.6% of quality per recycling cycle. Standard plastic loses 79% in quality per recycling cycle.

LAB TESTED

Timeplast™ has been scientifically proven and accredited by laboratories such as Avomeen Analytical services, with all the following stamps of certification:

Timeplast™ has created a powerful solvent through the proven synthesizing principles of Abiogenesis.

This solvent mimics the two enzymes produced by the Ideonella sakaiensis bacteria, discovered in Japan, which is able to digest plastic. By reproducing these enzymes chemically, they can be heated without denaturalization.

 

Using the energy from a given plastic’s manufacturing process, we were able to catalyze (dramatically speed up) the bacteria-parallel digestion. The plastic product is left with a much more benign chemistry. The chemical digestion process utilizes the resin’s manufacturing residence time to essentially turn back a polymer’s heat history.


In addition, Timeplast™ marks using Solvation and Oxidation weak spots on the polymer chain to be no longer than that of Terephthalic acid (a wax-like material); and in the case of PET Ethylene glycol in HDPE/LLDPE, PE Wax when these

Timeplast™ altered-plastics eventually break down in nature.

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TIMEPLAST

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