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Products

A tensible, strong
and versatile
material

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Carbon Fiber Powder: 10- 100 μm

Chopped fibers also increase the properties of the final products such as the mechanical properties, the electrical conductivity, thermal dissipation, and abrasiveness. It is frequently used to reinforce the properties of cement and construction materials. Our chopped fibers have also been used to create thermoplastic frames.

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Chopped Carbon Fiber 3mm, 6mm, 9mm

Chopped fibers also increase the properties of the final products such as the mechanical properties, the electrical conductivity, thermal dissipation, and abrasiveness. It is frequently used to reinforce the properties of cement and construction materials. Our chopped fibers have also been used to create thermoplastic frames.

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Non-woven Fabric 150 gsm- 600gsm

Our non-woven fabric can be used to increase the properties of composite materials thanks to its long fibers that guarantee excellent mechanics, or it can be impregnated with any type of resin and pressed to create carbon plates and pre-preg. NWF is fireproof and has conductive and insulating properties.

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Prepreg

Innovative Recycling uses custom resins to create pre-preg carbon fibers. We can create several different types depending on our customer’s request. It is used in several different areas from automotive to sports goods. An interesting project we are working on is to replace the insoles and the “toe” of safety shoes replacing metal with carbon fiber. This solution would reduce the weight of the final product without any compromises to safety.

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Stock block (thickness 3-30mm)

Our stock block comes at a thickness of 3-30mm with dimensions of 1m x1m. This material is made by impregnating several layers of non- woven fabric with a resin and a hardener and then pressing it in the hydraulic press for several minutes. We can use several different types of resins, changing the curing time and the number and density of layers to respond to the customer’s needs. The block, thanks to the strong compaction of the layers and the excellent diffusion of the resin, is very compact, free of blisters. Collaborating with partners from the medical and carbon sector we are currently producing prototypes of surgical supports for the maxillofacial sector. Currently these structures are made from titanium which is an expensive solution. Using carbon fiber, we could reduce the costs without compromises ins quality