Comitec is the brainchild of Flavio Modolo, an entrepreneur with many years of experience selling ever more advanced and competitive machinery, equipment, systems and technologies for processing sintered expanded polystyrene (EPS).
Comitec provides comprehensive technical support. Working together with the customer, the company will identify and focus on particular needs, continuing to advise and assist in pursuit of stated objectives before, during and after sales.
Total customer satisfaction, supplying safe and reliable products of high quality.
Comitec offers solutions and technologies for a variety of EPS applications, all produced by premier Italian companies.
Comitec is a company employing specialist multilingual staff (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese), always attentive to new developments in the world of EPS, and always on the lookout for new collaborative opportunities.
EPS (sintered expanded polystyrene) is a lightweight rigid material composed of carbon, hydrogen and 98% air.
EPS is devoid of nutrients that could favour the growth of fungi, bacteria or other microorganisms that produce mould and decay.
It is these properties that make EPS an ideal material for the production of food containers.
EPS is permeable to water vapour — and therefore breathable — yet impermeable to and indissoluble in water. This means that moulds cannot form inside a total enclosure fashioned from EPS.
EPS is a non-toxic and inert material containing neither chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) nor hydro chlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), both considered responsible for the depletion of the Earth’s ozone layer.
Furthermore, EPS packaging disposed of at landfill sites will pollute neither the soil nor the atmosphere.
When processing EPS mechanically, there is no risk of inhaling particles or allergic reactions.
Used as an insulation material in buildings, expanded polystyrene presents no danger to health as it does not give off toxic gases.
EPS can be produced in any range of shapes and sizes; it is also compatible with cement, concrete, brick, masonry, mortar, gypsum and bituminous waterproof membranes, and therefore suitable for the widest imaginable range of applications.
EPS is recyclable on site, inasmuch as scrap generated in production can be recovered, treated and reintroduced into the manufacturing process.