It is one of the most interesting substrates for the production of secondary packaging, advertising at the point of sale, printing, etc.

It is a linear material, with great transparency and hardness, very resistant, both to wear and chemical products, as well as to impact, breakage and fire.


In addition, we must add that it is totally recyclable and respectful with the environment, its good environmental properties, as well as the ease of recycling make this product the one with the highest growth rate in these applications. At the same time it generates little non-toxic smoke and does not emit toxic substances which pollute landfills, it acts as a barrier against gases.

Our manufacturers have gone a step further than the classic APET and have developed a product that IMPROVES performance: printing, cutting, gluing. It is called PETGAG, this product is made by triple extrusion with Glycol (PETGAG G+APET+G).


In addition, we also have the PET G Lenticular material:

This material establishes a before and after in the complex and very demanding high-impact printing market, achieving images that come to life.
Lenticular printing is a technology in which lenticular lenses (a technology also used for 3D displays) are used to produce printed images with an illusion of depth, or the ability to change or move the image as viewed from different angles. .
The most common effects are:

      • FLIP: Flip Effect is the simplest lenticular animation effect. The Flip effect flips an image from one image to the next.
      • 3D: 3D effect creates depth on a normally flat surface. The 3D effect is generated by splicing multiple frames together to trick the viewer into seeing the 3D effect.
      • ZOOM: Zoom Effects make an image appear to move closer as well as farther.
      • MORPH: The Morph effect gradually changes from one image to another using sophisticated imaging algorithms.
      • SHEET MOTION VIDEO: Uses multiple frames of an action to show motion from start to finish. It’s like watching a movie clip.
      • COMBI: It is the use of two or more lenticular effects such as a full motion zoom, or a 3D image with a flip background.