Material Selection

When developing a new product, we meticulously examine all possible material options, keeping sustainability, recyclability, and durability at our core. The materials that we choose for our products reflect these core values. 

Stainless steel (316)

It is 100% recyclable and can be recycled repeatedly without diminishing its value. It can be melted and reshaped into a variety of items.

Stainless steel contains iron, titanium, manganese, and some other metals that are beneficial to the soil, so decomposition is perfectly safe and non-toxic for the environment.

Stainless Steel is strong and resistant to corrosion.

Stainless steel production does not produce toxic run-off or disposable chemical waste.

Any byproducts (slag), that come from electric furnace melting, are collected by the manufacturer, and reclaimed for the metals. This aggregate undergoes production for reuse or is supplied for other uses like roadbed material.

Aluminium (6061)

100% recyclable and can be recycled again and again without degrading its inherent value. Nearly 75% of all aluminium ever produced is still in use today.

Aluminium's low weight not only means you can do more with less, but also that it takes less energy to transport the metal from one place to another.

Aluminium is durable and resistant to corrosion, increasing product lifespan.

Aluminium supports a more circular and sustainable economy, with the ability to repeatedly reuse the material in future products.


It is highly resilient, with great elastic recovery and UV-resistance, making it durable and long-lasting.

Unlike conventional thermoset rubber, Santoprene can be reprocessed and recycled at end of life.

Approximately 30% lighter than similar alterative materials.

Santoprene that has been recycled exhibits properties almost as good as the virgin material.