Production technology & product range
How does HA-CO Carbon manufacture? Which products and areas of application are conceivable? We look forward to getting in touch with you!
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filament_winding
"Filament winding is a manufacturing technique used primarily to produce open (cylinders) or closed end structures (pressure vessels or tanks). In this process, filaments are wound under tension over a rotating mandrel. The mandrel rotates about the spindle (Axis 1 or X: Spindle) while a feed eye on a carriage (Axis 2 or Y: Horizontal) travels horizontally in line with the axis of the rotating mandrel, depositing fibers in the desired pattern or angle to the axis of rotation. The most common filaments are glass or carbon and are impregnated with resin by passing them through a bath as they are wound onto the mandrel. Once the mandrel is fully covered to the desired thickness, the resin is cured. Depending on the resin system and its curing characteristics, the mandrel is often autoclaved or heated in an oven or rotated under radiant heaters until the part is cured. Once the resin is cured, the mandrel is removed or pulled out, leaving the final hollow product."
We would be happy to explain more details about our coiling processes in a personal meeting.
Our strength lies not only in the exceptional dimensions of our components, but also in their versatility. As our product range grows, so do the possible areas of application.
We offer a wide variety of custom-made products: Statues, portals, frames, rings, shafts, plates, tubes, tanks, trusses, rollers, beams, rotors, pressure vessels, supporting structures, bars, struts, etc.
We are always motivated to try new things and test limits. Because we make the impossible possible.