Meets the highest demands on production and processes
Certified compliance with customer specifications
Short response and production times
Documentation to meet the most stringent regulatory requirements
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CONNOVA has many years of experience and deep process knowledge in the production of high-performance composites. Our superbly trained experts select the efficient manufacturing method for your product.
- Filament Winding: For rotational-symmetrical components such as pipes, shafts, beams and containers.
- Prepreg autoclave process: for lightweight high-performance components
- RTM process (Resin Transfer Molding): ideal for geometrically complex components with stringent demands on surfaces and reproducibility
- Vacuum infusion: ideal for large components with excellent material properties
- Hot press process: suitable for geometrically simple parts that are exposed to high stress, ideal for large batch sizes
- Wet lamination: especially suitable for single components and very small batches
We meet your specific needs. Thanks to modern infrastructure and well thought-out production workflows, CONNOVA can implement even technically highly complex composite components cost-effectively.
CONNOVA has the latest infrastructure and production plant:
- separate working areas for every production stage and controlled clean rooms
- computer-controlled autoclaves and annealing furnaces
- monitored and calibrated refrigerating units
- CNC cutter with digitizing board- Heating and cooling presses
- measuring systems to record and document properties
We handle a wide variety of materials:
- carbon (CFK)
- glass fiber (GRP) and ceramic fibers
- aramide fibers: Kevlar and Twaron (AFK)
- polyethylene fibers (Dyneema)
- basalt fibers
- boron fibers
- polyester fibers (Vectran)
- duroplastic (epoxy, vinylester, phenolic resin)
- thermoplastic matrix systems (PEEK, PP)
- natural fibers