Greencast® recycled smoke colours are of extremely high-quality cast acrylic entirely made from 100% recycled pre- and post-consumer acrylic. Greencast® is a recycled cast acrylic with all the excellent qualities of cast PMMA. Greencast® can now also be ordered in a number of smoke colours. Cast acrylic is optically more crystal clear than extruded acrylic and is available in more different colours and thicknesses. Due to the casting production method, the sheet has some thickness tolerance.
Greencast® is the most sustainable and especially green choice in the acrylic world. Recycled clear acrylic is crystal clear sheet material and very easy to work with. The material is also colourfast and UV resistant. The main advantage of this material is that it can be recycled time and time again and it can be reused. It is a circular material. PyraSied can, of course, take back the material after use to recycle it again. So, all good reasons to choose recycled Greencast®!
The Greencast® recycled smoke colours are the durable, circular variants of the normal cast smoke colour collection.
PyraSied has Greencast® 100% recycled cast acrylic in stock in various variants: clear, white, black, coloured, fluorescent and opal. These variants are standard colours in certain thicknesses and can be ordered directly via the webshop or via e-mail.
These recycled smoke colours are in stock in 3, 5 and 8mm. The maximum sheet sizes are 3050x2030x3mm, 3050x2030x5mm and 3050x2030x8mm. We have one smoke shade colour in our Greencast® collection, namely the 71021 smoke brown. In addition to the smoke shade, we also have three colours of anthracite grey in stock in 100% recycled acrylic, namely the 71075 light grey, the 712086 warm grey and the 71087 anthracite grey. These colours are very suitable for use as boat windows for example.
Greencast® is part of our collection of environmentally friendly plastics. Here you will find all different stock colours in Greencast® 100% recycled acrylic, but also other collections such as Smile Plastics and the Durat® Palace collection. Those are design sheets that are (partly) made of recycled plastic waste.
Colours other than the stock types can be cast with a certain minimum order quantity. Ask our Sales & Support department (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Greencast® is a cast acrylic with all the good characteristics of cast PMMA. This allows recycled acrylic to be used for the same applications as normally cast (not recycled) acrylic. The material is particularly suitable for projects where sustainability is very important. Greencast® is often used in shop interiors, stand- and set constructions and the signing branch as secondary windows, glazing, showcases, displays, protective covers, furniture and wall presentations for example. This material is less suitable for very demanding optical applications such as light guide plates. For this, we advise using standard cast acrylic.
Please take a look at our Acrylic Community for some examples of applications with transparent acrylic.
Acrylic is very easy to fabricate. Fabrication possibilities: cutting, milling, laser-cutting, oven bending, bonding, drilling, faceting, polishing, sanding and printing. Do you want more information about how to fabricate acrylic yourself? Take a look at our acrylic fabrications page. Here you can find tips and tricks about the fabrication possibilities of acrylic.
These fabrications can be performed by PyraSied if desired. We deliver from our excellently equipped workshop – where high-tech machinery and traditional craftsmanship ensure optimum results, completely tailored to your drawing or design.
Greencast® is the official brand name of recycled cast acrylic. Well-known brand names for acrylic (PMMA) are PLEXIGLAS®, Versato®, Altuglas® and Astariglas®.
71021 smoke brown Greencast®, 71087 anthracite grey Greencast®, 71075 light grey Greencast®, 71286 warm grey Greencast®
3mm, 5mm, 8mm
eco, made from 100% recycled acrylic, optically pure, UV resistant
awards, decors, displays, marine glazing, retail design, signage
architecture, building & renovation, decor building, display building, interior building, laser/engraving companies, plastic fabricators/trade, retail design, signage & advertising, yacht & marine building
3mm, 5mm, 8mm
PyraSied has committed itself for more than three years to taking back acrylic for recycling. The remains and the used acrylic are collected in a large bin and then sent to the recycling plant. The depolymerization process starts there.
Molecular chains are cracked by the heating process. The PMMA (acrylic) residues are hereby returned to a liquid state.
The next step is distillation. The impurities are separated, whereby the original monomer is obtained. After this R-MMA remains: Recycled Methyl Methacrylate monomer. This is used to make new recycled acrylic sheets.
The result: fully recycled acrylic sheets made from 100% post-and pre-consumer acrylic. We call this material Greencast®.
A dye is added to the coloured sheets. This gives the sheet a different colour. No colourant is added to clear sheets.
Often, the quality of recycled material is less than the original. This is not the case with acrylic. The quality is the same as the quality of normal cast acrylic. In addition, the cost price of Greencast® is the same as the "virgin" variant. The process to produce Greencast® and standard cast acrylic is the same, but the raw material is different. That is why we offer Greencast® for the exact same price.
We are regularly asked if Greencast® is really "recycled" and that it is not a fake. We can prove that this is really not the case. Our supplier, Madreperla, is an ISO certified company. This means that the material flow is recorded in detail for the purpose of, among other things, quality controls. In addition, Madreperla has enough R-MMA in stock to make Greencast®. Madreperla, therefore, has no reason to make Greencast® from "virgin" PMMA.
No, the properties are completely the same. Greencast® is less suitable for very demanding applications such as light guide plates. Furthermore, the material is suitable for the same applications.
Yes, this is possible with a minimum order quantity. Please contact our sales department for further information. You can contact us via Sales@pyrasied.nl.
Greencast® acrylic is easy to fabricate. You can saw acrylic, but you can also mill and even laser-cut it. Possible fabrications are: hot bending, glueing, drilling, faceting, polishing, sanding and printing.
PyraSied can perform these fabrications if you wish. We deliver from our excellently equipped workshop - where our high-tech machine park and traditional craftsmanship ensure optimum results, completely customized according to drawing or design. If you want to fabricate acrylic yourself, look at our site under fabrications. There you will find more information about fabricating acrylic.
Acrylic is very easy to maintain with the use of a soft microfiber cloth and a mild household cleaner. The use of brushes, sponges and abrasive cleaning agents is not recommended, as this can cause tiny scratches. Accumulation of these types of scratches ultimately gives a dull result. However, this can be remedied by polishing the scratched surface. It is also possible to fill in light scratches with our VuPlex plastic cleaner, for example. For more information, see our cleaning instructions.
Transparent coloured sheets made of 100% recycled acrylic have been used here as a decorative panel as a colour accent for the new WE Fashion store in Amsterdam. The stylish base is neutral and timeless and if you look closely, you will see that surprising materials and solutions have been chosen to achieve this. The interior is modular and flexible. The colours are neutral and are combined with exciting accents and partly recycled material combinations.
Dutch glory in the new Ace & Tate store in Amsterdam, designed by S-P-A-C-E-projects. The use of orange and blue acrylic from our Versato® New Colours collection has been selected. The concept of the store is inspired by acetate, the main material of the glasses that they produce and sell. The characteristic of acetate is that it is completely transparent and that it works nicely with light. That is why the choice for acrylic was made quickly! Acrylic is known for its transparency and the effect with (natural) light.
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