We manufacture composites based on glass fiber reinforced polyester resins. We make products based on our own designs as well as on molds provided by our Clients.
We manufacture laminates using the following methods:
manual lamination – elements made entirely by hand, used for products with difficult geometry and for short series. Content of glass reinforcement in the composite – 30-40%
Vacuum – the vacuum method is used for more demanding products – it allows us to manufacture elements with a glass reinforcement content up to 60%, which allows to obtain a thinner and lighter element compared to manual lamination.
Light RTM – a method which allows obtaining a smooth element from both sides. Thanks to the application of a vacuum and infusion of a specific amount of resin into specially constructed forms, RTM elements are characterized by high aesthetics, dimensional and weight stability.
Depending on the Clients’ needs, we manufacture:
- industrial laminates: composites used as housing for all kinds of machines, covers, canopies, street furniture, etc. In the standard version, we use DCPD (Dicyclopentadiene) resins, whose main advantages are: low linear shrinkage (greater dimensional accuracy of finished products compared to other resins (e.g. Orthophthalic). Elements made using DCPD resins have a relatively high HDT = 85 deg. C (maximum temperature at which the material does not deform).
Depending on the customer’s requirements, the elements are colored, manufactured in deep-gloss color, taking into account the environment in which the finished element is located (e.g. resistance to osmosis, UV, etc.), as well as in varnish ready versions – in which case the elements are made using base gelcoats to facilitate preparation for varnish.
- laminates with reduced flammability – plastics based on resins containing flame retardant and fire spreading additives. We have experience in manufacturing elements in this technology, for the following industries: railway (internal and external linings of vehicles) and construction (e.g. smoke flap bases). Currently, there are a number of raw materials on the market enabling the production of flame retardant composites which meet the requirements of most countries.
- Laminates for the maritime industry – composites made of raw materials which show increased resistance to osmosis, UV and sea salt.
- Electrically conductive laminates – we use technology which allows us to make elements with a low level of resistance. These include all kinds of electronic device housings, etc.
- Special purpose laminates: At the plant we also have the ability to manufacture components for special applications. These include: Materials characterized by resistance to chemicals (acids, oils, etc.), elements with a light core (e.g. PUR foam filling, use of foaming resins), ultralight and durable laminates based on aramids and carbon fibers, e.t.c.