Your thermoplastic pultrusion partner

Thermoplastic pultrusion combines continuous fibres with the benefits of thermoplastics in a single profile for optimal mechanical properties at a low weight. We develop pultrusion processes with different fibre contents, thermoplastic materials and geometries to meet the requirements of each individual application.
With our in-house compounding facility and highly skilled thermoplastic pultrusion development experts, we offer end-to-end support throughout the process.

Continuous fibres

Using continuous fibres to optimise mechanical properties.

  • Glas fibres
  • Carbon fibres
  • Aramid fibres
  • Custom solutions

High strength, low weight

Optimal mechanical properties at a low weight.

  • High breaking strength
  • High impact strength
  • High stiffness
  • Up to - 60 % weight savings

Beneficial materials

Beneficial properties of thermoplastic materials:

  • Recyclable
  • Weldable
  • Thermoformable
  • Overmouldable

continuous fibre-reinforced profiles for an optimised CO2 Footprint

Continuous fibre reinforced profiles offer great benefits in terms of resource efficient material use: It can replace metal and thermoset materials, reducing the carbon footprint. It can be reused by melting and, if necessary, shredding, providing an opportunity for material recycling. Both the material and the thermoplastic profile can be recycled.

Reduce your CO2 footprint with continuous fibre reinforced profiles manufactured with thermoplastic pultrusion:

  • Recyclable materials and profiles
  • High strength and durability even in extreme conditions
  • Significantly lighter than metal (up to -60% weight saving)

Thermoplastic Pultrusion Technologies

  • Melt pultrusion allows very high fibre contents, which can be unidirectionally aligned, with more complex geometries and local fibre reinforcement.
    There are no limits to the choice of matrix material: As plastics experts, we can advise you on the right choice of plastic and offer customised solutions.
  • The PA6 cast pultrusion process allows a high fibre volume of up to 70 %, which is currently the highest fibre content for thermoplastic pultrusion profiles.
    Due to the unique nature of PA6 casting, the matrix material can completely enclose the fibres used.
  • Hybrid yarn pultrusion is ideal for the production of continuous fibre profiles with simple geometries. Compared to other pultrusion processes, hybrid yarn pultrusion is technically easier to implement.
    Hybrid yarn pultrusion profiles are characterised by high stiffness and low weight: They weigh up to -60% less than comparable metal profiles.