“Green plastics” from castor beans: Schurter´s Green Line IEC-connectors – now at Rutronik

by gabi

Rutronik stocks Schurter’s Green Line connectors, which are made from 100% degradable materials. With a view to the ecological footprint, the Swiss company is reducing CO2 emissions in the manufacture of its products by up to 68% through this changeover, thereby also supporting its customers in achieving their sustainability goals. As a distributor, Rutronik offers purchasers and developers an uncomplicated option for changing existing or new designs to sustainable products. The “green” components achieve the same results in terms of performance and service life as components made from crude oil-based plastics. The Green Line connectors are particularly suitable for use in medical technology, in industry, or in consumer appliances. The Green Line IEC connectors are available at www.rutronik24.com.

The connectors impress with their performance and service life, but are made from 100 % biodegradable material, the castor bean. As this plant grows as a fallow plant in semi-arid (dry) areas, it does not compete with food cultivation. The components are CO2-neutral throughout their entire life cycle and, according to the manufacturer, CO2 emissions during production are reduced by up to 68 % compared to the use of conventional fossil-based plastics.

The use of Green Line components helps to achieve sustainability and climate targets and reduces dependence on fossil plastics.

Benefits at a glance:
• Same performance and service life as conventional connectors
• Reduces CO2 emissions by up to 68
• Supports the achievement of customers’ sustainability goals
• No competition with food cultivation

Application examples:
• Industry
• Medical
• Consumer appliances

For more information to Schurter´s Green Line and a direct ordering option, please visit our e-commerce platform at www.rutronik24.com.


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