Company specialized in the coating of PFU rubber granules


Recycled rubber from end-of-life tyres for a circular economy and sustainable growth

Promix is a high-tech company specialized in the coating of PFU rubber granules, created with a great aim: to meet the specific needs of the synthetic grass world by creating a system of production and sustainable development.
We have a plant at the forefront of technology, born from the specific research of the sector, capable of producing high quantities of products and meeting the needs of customers in a timely manner, where 8,000 tonnes of end-of-life tyres are recovered annually and converted into performance rubber infills. Promix is not only high production capacity. Since 2000, we have been engaged in the constant pursuit of environmental performance and strict ecological regulations. The packaging is made in two different variants: the standard bag 1200Kg and the comfortable bag 25kg.
The versatility of rubber born from the recycling of end-of-life tyres allows it to be used in the construction of sports floors in numerous applications such as:

  • Flooring for football fields
  • Paving for rugby fields
  • Pavements for riding
  • Track and field
  • Flooring for tennis court
  • Paving for paddle tennis court
  • Floor coverings for playgrounds
  • Street furniture

Research, Development and Certifications for the good of the environment and the economy

All production processes are subject to strict quality controls. Laboratory analyses include the control of the grain size of the unfinished product and the finished product and several tests to which the material is subjected: the wear test, the UV test and the resilience test.
The company has been certified according to the UNI EN ISO 9001 standard, relating to the quality management system and the UNI EN ISO 14001 standard, relating to the environmental management system. Our granule from PFU is a product derived from the Ecopneus certified supply chain that guarantees the quality and the high characteristics of the second raw materials resulting from the recovery from PFU.