At the end of the two-year project phase, everyone involved was more than happy when the desired RTI target values were exceeded. "Our customers' desired target was around 75 degrees Celsius, but we achieved 80 degrees Celsius for the Impact-RTI-Impact and even 95 degrees Celsius for the Tensile-RTI-," says a delighted Darko Huskic, who can now add another product to the spectrum of his product range. "Of course, this new ABS is not only ideal for coffee machine producers, but can also be used especially well in the field of electrical appliances. Let's think of a WLAN router, for example: they are getting smaller and smaller and have more and more power, so temperature resistance is naturally an important issue. But we will also continue to offer our previous ABS, because RTI values of 60 degrees are sufficient for many applications." And Chema Barraca also confirms how important further development is for a sustainable circular economy: "Our sales are mainly concentrated on the most important OEMs in the electronics sector. For example, manufacturers of coffee machines and telecommunications equipment in particular are asking whether our material can meet this standard."