Converting

Converting is the name given to a process that changes the form of a continuous sheet of material. Common examples of converting include coating, laminating, embossing, impregnating, slitting, calendaring and printing.

The continuous sheet is usually fed into the process from a pre-wound reel carried on an unwind and the converted material is then rewound to form a new reel.

Laminating

 Our laminating technology is precision-engineered to very high tolerances to achieve accurate coat-weights and gap setting..

LAMINATING

Embossing

Our embossing technology can be used to process a range of materials  with a thickness of just 10 microns up to 2mm…

EMBOSSING

Spreaders

Our spreading technology is predominantly used to process UD fibres used in thermoplastic and thermoset prepreg lines.

SPREADERS

Tow Preg

We offer a range of Tow Preg processes designed to provide precise and cost-effective tapes at high volume and high speeds.

TOW PREG

Recycling

Our expertise in carbon fibre handling and processing enables us to offer independent guidance on recycling methodologies…

RECYCLING