It’s not just an investment in the environment. It is a commitment to the belief that we can do better than landfills and incinerators. We think it’s not happening fast enough, frankly. It really needs more investments now to be able to shift.
We develop a material specific to our clients’ needs, offering a cost-effective solution for high-performance products, while providing advanced grade characteristics for a positive impact on the planet.
Our fair material offers a sustainable and competitive advantage vs. what provides a traditional recycler, and we do it on a massive scale. Our innovation in recycling retains the structural properties, making it an ideal ecological and low-cost alternative that can be utilized in several applications. And it is recyclable too.
The innovative nature of our recycling process is particularly linked to the transformation of waste into chips. Thanks to our cutting techniques, 100% of the mechanical properties of the carbon fibers are preserved: there is therefore no degradation of the material.
Fairmat offers a long-term and sustainable solution to secure carbon fiber composite
lifecycle environmental values:
it massively reduces carbon footprint
they keep enjoying a world of progress without
worrying about the end-of-life status
it enables the use of advanced materials required
to be competitive and environmentally friendly
Providing advice about how to benefit from recycled carbon fiber composite: In addition, Fairmat provides advice to its customers about how to gain maximum benefit from using recycled carbon fiber composite. Products that may have previously been designed and manufactured from metals, wood, plastic, etc. are now being replaced by recycled carbon fiber composite; It is an enabling technology and can open up new ways of designing improved products to achieve higher technical performance through lightweight strength.
For many applications, recycled carbon fiber composite can mean lower whole lifecycle costs than using traditional materials, due to benefits such as durability and reduced energy costs.
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