M·VERA GP1012: Home compostable and soil degradable compound for injection moulding applications


CATEGORY: Materiales de envase BRAND: BIO-FED

As a branch of AKRO-PLASTIC GmbH, BIO-FED is the specialist for innovative and application-oriented biocompounds. The product portfolio under the trade name M·VERA is constantly being expanded with new products. Depending on the requirements profile, these compounds are either biodegradable in various environments or suitable for long-term use – and completely or partially made from renewable raw materials.

Coffee Capsules – a possible application for M·VERA GP1012


Besides numerous grades for film extrusion, BIO-FED also offers compounds for injection moulding. The new M·VERA GP1012 has been specially designed for this processing technique. It consists primarily of renewable resources and is certified as OK biodegradable SOIL and OK compost HOME by TÜV AUSTRIA Belgium for wall thicknesses up to 1 mm. It is particularly suitable for applications requiring high stiffness (tensile modulus 2,000 MPa) and can therefore be used for a wide range of household articles, toys, packaging, coffee capsules, etc. “This compound consists of almost 100% high-quality, renewable raw materials and is excellently suited for the production of rigid objects,” says Ulf Malcharczik, Business Development Manager at BIO-FED. According to the compounder, a food safety approval has also been granted.


“Our customers are increasingly demanding products that meet all the above-mentioned mechanical properties as well as the raw material origin and a corresponding end-of-life scenario,” Malcharczik adds. In his opinion, a bioplastic with a comparably comprehensive properties profile is currently difficult to find on the market.



BIO-FED produces and markets biodegradable and biobased plastics under the MVERA brand. As a branch of AKRO-PLASTIC GmbH, a specialist for innovative customer-oriented plastic compounds, BIO-FED is part of the international Feddersen Group which has its head office in Hamburg. AKRO-PLASTIC and its branch AF-COLOR develop and produce thermoplastic polymers and technical masterbatches in Niederzissen, Germany. With the establishment of the BIO-FED branch in Cologne, the company expanded its portfolio to include the production of bioplastics.


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