Siemens' novel CFRP recycling process will encounter many commercialization challenges

Siemens and several partners – including Audi, BMW, SGL Carbon, Neenah-Gessner, Voith Composites, the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics, and the Bavarian Institute of Applied Environmental Research and Technology – in the German MAI Carbon industry cluster are developing a novel procedure...

This research is archived and therefore no longer available. For further assistance please contact your Customer Success Manager or email ClientEngagementTeam@luxresearchinc.com. Thank you!

Related Research

Endeavor Composites

Company Snapshot | January 20, 2021

The company was started by Hicham Ghossein in 2019 as a spinoff from exclusively licensed technology of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK). The company makes long carbon fiber (CF) nonwoven mats using a proprietary mixer system for the hydroentanglement process; the technology allows for ... Not part of subscription

Korec's thermochemical process to recover both glass fibers and resin

News Commentary | April 05, 2022

Fiberglass or glass‑reinforced plastic is the main material used in wind turbine blades, automotive body parts, and tennis racquets. The material does not offer much value after use and is typically sent to landfills at its end of life. Korec has developed a thermochemical process carried out in the... Not part of subscription

Vartega

Company Profile | April 28, 2022

Uses solvents from third parties under carefully controlled temperature and pressure to recycle carbon fiber intact and recover resin in a usable form One of the few companies attempting resin recovery, which reduces overall waste and allows for much higher energy savings The company ... To read more, click here.