Bioproducts or bio-based products are materials, chemicals and energy derived from renewable biological resources.

DAN*NA develops and produces high value-added bioplastics to solve the new challenges of the cutting-edge technology industry, Our development is focused for the mobility electronics sector; automotive, aerospace, drones, robotics and 3D printing systems. We use biological residues of plant or animal origin to develop our PHA and PLA bioplastics, providing the industry with a sustainable model through the circular economy. Our work focuses on improving the physical properties of bioplastics to adapt them to the production process and the needs of the final product.

We improve its properties by controlling the process of its synthesis, the incorporation of vegetable, inorganic additives or the use of co-products

PLA Bioplastics (Polylactic acid or polylactide)

DAN*NA has its own technology to develop PLA bioplastics at the laboratory level, up to a pilot plant scaling. Using organic waste for the production of lactic acid and the subsequent development of lactide (D-L). We use a polymerization or polycondensation process, depending on the need, free of toxicity and heavy metals.

PHA Bioplastic (Polyhydroxyalkanoates)

Each bioprocess for the PHA biosynthesis using residual materials, requires a dedicated technology, and a very careful attention with the culture and subsequent extraction of the PHA. DAN*NA is currently in several national and international projects, contributing its knowledge in bioprocesses to convert dairy waste (whey), and vegetable waste (cellulose) into PHA bioplastics.

We provide improvements in:

  • Degradation time control according to the need of the final product
  • Improvement in strength, stiffness or flexibility
  • Improvement fire retardant property
  • Improved ability to be transformed by injection, blown extrusion or 3D Printing.
  • Improvement in hydrophobic or gas barrier properties
  • Improvements in thermal or conductive properties

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