ELG starts production of recycled carbon fibre mats

ELG Carbon Fibre, a producer of recycled carbon fibre materials, has started production of a range of nonwoven mats on a new production line, which is specifically designed to process recycled carbon fibres.

The mats are available in widths up to 2.7 m in a wide range of fibre weights.

The company believes the materials will strongly appeal to original equipment manufacturers in the transportation sector seeking cost-effective alternatives to virgin carbon fibre for vehicle lightweighting.

A sample of the 2.7 m Carbiso M mat was on display at last month’s Experience Composites show in Augsburg, Germany.

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Posted by Geoff Fisher on 4 October 2016

 

 

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