Sustainable packaging

Our contribution to environmental protection

Walther Pilot's switch to environmentally friendly packaging is another step towards a sustainable future. As a company specializing in the manufacture of equipment and systems for material handling and application, we are aware of our responsibility to do our part to reduce our environmental impact.

The path from plastic packaging to our organism



Our newly developed packaging and shipping envelopes are made from 30% grass fiber and 70% recycled paper and contain 0% plastic, including microplastics. We have chosen a packaging material that is made from renewable raw materials and is fully recyclable. This applies to the boxes for all spray gun models as well as the envelopes for spare and small parts. The transparent windows of the envelopes are also 100% plastic-free. With regard to the new inlays in our packaging, which are essential for protecting our products during transportation, we have opted for a foam insert made from 100% recycled plastic.

With these resource-saving alternatives to conventional packaging, we are reducing pollution from plastic waste and minimizing the negative impact on the climate.


In addition to being environmentally friendly, the revised packaging is also functional. It offers just as much security for our products as our previous protective cartons, while still meeting all storage and transport requirements.

However, the switch to sustainable materials not only has ecological advantages, but also economic ones. By using our new packaging solution, we can completely avoid the upcoming plastic tax. In this way, we can provide our customers with financial relief and at the same time achieve a positive effect for the environment.

As a company, we are proud to be able to do our part to protect our planet and create a livable future for all. Our customers now receive products that are both high quality and packaged in an environmentally friendly way. We are determined to continue our sustainability efforts and constantly improve to make a valuable contribution to the environment and society.

Bedeutung der Icons


The RESY symbol guarantees compliance with all the requirements of the Packaging Ordinance and, together with the identification number of the members of the recycling community, ensures a high level of transparency in traceability.

The code indicates that the company placing the packaging on the market participates in the take-back and recycling obligations.

The aim of the RESY system is to ensure transparent and efficient recycling of packaging waste and to contribute to the circular economy as well as to the conservation of resources.

PAP 20

The recycling code PAP 20 refers to specific types of paper products that are marked for recycling. "PAP" stands for paper, while the number "20" provides specific information about the material and the recycling process.

This code identifies recyclable paper packaging that is made of clean and uncoated paper such as cartons and paper bags. By recycling these products correctly, we can conserve resources, reduce waste and protect the environment.

PAP 21

Recycling code PAP 21 refers to a specific category of materials marked for recycling. "PAP" stands for paper and carton. Code "21" is used to identify coated or treated paper and carton materials that are suitable for recycling and have special requirements for the recycling process.

These materials, can be recycled, but often require special processing techniques. Therefore, it is important to keep them free of contaminants and label them accordingly to ensure high quality recycling and reduce environmental impact.

PE-LD 04

The recycling code PE-LD stands for low-density polyethylene (="PE"). Polyethylene is a widely used plastic material with a higher flexibility that can be found in many products such as plastic bags and films due to its versatile applications. The PE-LD code specifically identifies low-density polyethylene for proper handling and recycling.

Recycling PE-LD allows the plastic to be recycled, saving resources and reducing environmental impact. It is important to properly sort and separate PE-LD materials from other types of plastic to ensure quality recycling.