TECHNICAL AND PRODUCT ADVISING
We have professionals working as consultants and advisers originating from the plastic industries and other fields connected to this field.
Asesoramos a las empresas con la finalidad de ser su proveedor y compañero desde el origen del proyecto. Les orientamos durante la vida del mismo o en acciones puntuales, según la necesidad de cada momento.
Material and new product advising
We help our clients to develop new products and materials and to optimise its design, analyse its viability and to improve their possibilities.
Transformation techniques advising
We give our clients advise on what change in the plastic is more convenient, depending on the type of product.
We give advice on machinery, tooling, auxiliary equipment, new materials processing tests, process auditing and energy optimisation.
We offer advising on the data sheet’s development, supplier auditing, monitoring plan definition and product validation. In addition, we help our clients about equipment, quality management auditing.
We analyse breakage or flaws in plastic products as well as odour appearance or any problem related to our raw material. Furthermore, we have technical assistance for expert reports and arbitration aiming at solving incidents and satisfying our client’s needs.
Product advising and up to date news in the field
One of the keys for any project or business to succeed is to keep up with the latest developments, news, products and services offered in the field. We care deeply about this in Plasticalia and for our client’s benefit we are at the forefront in all subjects related to the perfect advising.
Personal customer service whenever needed
Our service is based on proximity and being available whenever our clients need it. In this way, we are reachable for any doubt or enquiry through or telephone service and through our various department’s e-email addresses.
REACH and CLP compliance
REACH and CLP certificates
We have a vast knowledge and document database about all REACH-CLP legislation, REACH regulation (Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 and modifications).
All this documents deal with the evaluation, authorisation and restriction of chemicals, with the aim of guaranteeing a high level of protection for human health and environment, as the free flow of chemicals in the inside market.
Implementation of the regulation is different depending on the type of company (manufacturers, importers, downstream users and all the actors in a supply chain).
What is the Reach Certificate?
The regulation of Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of CHemicals is a european union regulation from 18 December 2006.
REACH regulates chemical production and usage and potential effects on human health and ecosystem. It took seven years to produce its 849 pages, it has been described as the most complex and important legislation in European Union’s history. So far it is the most strict legislation regulating chemicals and it will affect industries all over the planet.
What is the European Chemicals Agency, ECHA?
The European Chemicals Agency is a European Union’s agency that manages technical, scientific and administrative aspects in the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of CHemicals (REACH).
It is located in Helsinki, Finland and its objective is to improve european citizens’ quality of life, guaranteeing safe chemical usage and promoting innovation.
Nowadays, CLP Regulation is the only legislation applied to the classification and labelling of chemicals. This date puts an end to the transition period settled for chemicals. From 1 June the only dangerous chemicals that could be supplied would be the ones having the pictograms stablished by CLP regulation on their labels.
The purpose of the classification and labelling of dangerous chemicals is to guarantee a high level of protection for human health and environment, as well as to open up chemicals and products free flow. It is based on the Globally Harmonised System arranged in the United Nations.
National technical support services can answer question about your obligations in relation to CLP Regulation.