• CARBON FIBRE TECHNOLOGY

    Excellence at the service of European competitiveness in the Carbon Fibres business

CARBON FIBRES & ADVANCED HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPOSITES CLUSTER (CFPC)

The Cluster activity under H2020 aims to bring together EC funded projects to enable the sharing of ideas, results and concepts, contributing to the EU Strategic Research Roadmaps and to use the synergistic effect to improve the dissemination and exploitation of the project results and enhance their impact.
Five projects, which initially formed this council, relate to the sustainable production and recycling of carbon fibres (CF) and carbon fibre composites.
CARBOPREC, FIBRALSPEC and NEWSPEC investigate CF precursor development where cheaper CF and independence from international monopolies are some of the main aims. EUCARBON aims at independence from non-European suppliers. REFORM deals with the recycling of CF composites.

PAST EVENT

WORKSHOP AT INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES 2016

Industrial Technologies 2016, Amsterdam, 22 June 13:30-15:00

“Development, manufacturing and application of Carbon Fibers and Fibre-based materials: the new frontier for low cost and green processes”

The Workshop will present an overview of the most recent results achieved by the EU funded projects belonging to the Carbon-Fibre Technology Cluster: CARBOPRECFIBRALSPEC and NEWSPEC.
Coordinated by Achilleas Stalios, European Commission, DG Research & Innovation
Co-chair: Matteo Falasconi, Warrant Group srl

NEXT EVENT

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eucarbon_rid

EUROPEAN SPACE QUALIFIED CARBON FIBRES AND PRE-IMPREGNATED BASED MATERIALS

www.eucarbon-project.eu

2

FUNCTIONALIZED INNOVATIVE CARBON FIBERS DEVELOPED FROM NOVEL PRECURSORS WITH COST EFFICIENCY AND TAILORED PROPERTIES

www.fibralspec.net

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Reform_rid

 RESOURCE-EFFICIENT FACTORY OF RECYCLABLE MANUFACTURING COMPOSITE COMPONENTS

www.reform.eu.com

4

Newspec_rid

NEW COST-EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE POLYETHYLENE BASED CARBON FIBRES FOR VOLUME MARKET APPLICATIONS

www.newspec.eu

5

Carboprec-rid

RENEWABLE SOURCE
NANOSTRUCTURED PRECURSORS FOR CARBON FIBERS

www.carboprec.eu