Polymer Exploration Centre is situated on the riverfront in Porsgrunn Norway, one of the most exciting industrial regions of the world.
Norner has developed a novel multimodal polymerisation technology which enable metallocene catalysts reaching high yields while producing LLDPE and HDPE with improved processing performance.
We evaluated the recycled materials in various end applications. One important segment is caps for household chemicals, cosmetics and personal care containers.
Norner is, with this approval, an independent testing institute accredited for the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and Performance Standards for Protective Coatings (PSPC) test standards.
Norner is a key R&D participant in a new European Green Deal innovation project PyroCO2 which was selected for funding by EU.
The NextGen TPO – project will develop sustainable, safe and intelligent polymer membrane solutions, fit for the current and future needs of the construction industry.
With support from both Norner and Future Materials, ShieldMe has developed a device for patient monitoring in nursing homes and health care institutions.
Our new customer magazine gives you an insight into our broad experience and passion for sustainable polymer innovation and solutions. We hope you will enjoy the reading.
The Norwegian Retailers’ Environment Fund will contribute to achieving 50% material recycling of all plastics waste by 2025.
New SEM-EDS - Scanning Electron Microscope - Energy Dispersive Spectrometer is installed and in operation.
Customer information regarding the ongoing Coronavirus situation.
Norner had a very good result in 2019 and the good trend continues in 2020 despite difficulties related to the Corona pandemic. This has made it possible and necessary to hire 16 new researchers and engineers so far in 2020.
Norner is engaged in several projects for development of monomaterial PE laminates for food and non-food packaging applications.
Removing hazardous substances, valorizing side streams and applying ecodesign principles on material design to improve the sustainability and recycling rates of WEEE, ELV and C&DW waste plastics.
Norner Research is involved in several R&D projects with public funding. We assist with applications and projects execution.
We help our customers to achieve circular economy for their plastic products and packaging with our advanced pilot centre.
Norner offers advanced on-line calculators for OTR, WVTR and CO2TR to simulate your packaging application and shelf life.
Norner is part of Norwegian Catapult Centre which helps companies developing ideas from concept to market launch.
Sustainability is a core activity for the industry with opportunities for improved business. Read how Norner is committed to UN SDG’s.
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