Turning a project into a finished product means finding the right material to make it happen: the quality of the components also depends on it. For this reason we are very careful about the selection of raw materials.
We only use materials with high performance (POM, PA66, PA66 30% glass loaded) that can withstand temperatures from -40 to 130 ° C; to resist the attacks of chemicals and fuels.
Thanks to our technology and flexibility, we are able to satisfy every need of our customers and produce various products for the automotive sector, such as: frame, pressure control valves, no-floating valves, canister for carbon filters, lights control, oil cup-filler.


Frames are semi-finished products consisting of one or more overprinted metal inserts.
The tracks allow to make electrical connections, while the molded plastic has the function of structure and electrical insulation between the inserts. The material used for the inserts is usually copper. Depending on the type and function, the thickness of the insert, varies from 0.2 to over 1 mm. The inserts are usually treated to protect them from corrosion and to increase weldability and improve conductivity. The plastic material used is usually PA6, PA66 or glass loaded PBT.

No-floating valves

No-floating valves (or non-return valves) are valves used in the fuel circuit or in the oil vapor circuit to prevent the flows from going in the opposite direction. They are usually used in petrol circuits on motorbike or in Blue-By circuits (Iveco-Reflex).

Safety valves

Safety valves that are distinguished in: 2-way safety valves mounted between the tank and the canister which allow pressure control in both directions. Commonly called ventilation valves; One-way safety valves mounted on tanks in general to limit maximum pressure.

Vacuum check valves

Vacuum check valves for brake booster (commonly called servo brake valves), are fitted between the vacuum generator (pump or other) and the servo brake and are used to maintain the vacuum in the same.


The active carbon tank (canister) is connected to the fuel tank aeration through the pressure compensation pipe and is used to collect the fuel vapor that is generated by the heating and to store it temporarily. The vapors, contained in the canister, are sucked by the engine which simultaneously eliminates them by burning.

Vacuum tank

It is a container that is powered by the brake pump. There are two types: 1) Single-tube tank that can be used for multiple applications. 2) Two-tube tank (Fiat only solution) that feeds two circuits; a vacuum circuit supplies a proportional valve controlled by the control unit that regulates the turbo pad closing / opening and the second circuit serves to close the air throttle when the key is turned to turn off the diesel engines.

Evaporator with multi-function valve

In practice it is a small canister without carbon in which the petrol vapors from the tank flow, generated by variations in temperature and pressure, and can be sucked up by the engine vacuum. The valve has three functions: 1) Open at a defined pressure to let in the vapors. 2) Ventilate towards the tank when depression is generated. 3) activate the float and close the access to the container when the level of gasoline rises in it.