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JEC is very successful for Coatema
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Apr '08
The increasing demand for impregnation and coating machinery for prepregs at Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH led to the decision to take part as an exhibitor.

The trend towards flexible, multifunctional coating machines fort he production of various prepreg products made out of Rovings, textiles and multiaxial structures shows a worldwide increasing demand.

The combination of fibres like Carbon, Glass and Kevlar with epoxies for the use in fibre reinforced plastics for lightweight products in the aero-space, sports and automotive industries gains more and more of importance.

Users choose composite materials due to the characteristics of weight, high strength and economical use of material. As a result of the extreme differences of individual products, the expectations on production machines are also very high.

Due to its decades of experience, Coatema is in the position to offer highly innovative machine concepts. These concepts were very successfully transformed to each customer's specific need.

That way Coatema is able to offer any machine starting from laboratory-size, flexible pilot lines to multifunctional production lines.

The individual processes can be tested and verified at the Coatema r&d centre before the layout of a machine is finalized.

Here Coatema sees itself as a manufacturer of customer orientated solutions challenged, to construct and produce coating and impregnation machines, which are designed for a specific product.

As a result, the exhibition JEC 2008 in Paris was very successful for Coatema, since a lot of professional inquiries were received from many different branches of the industry, as well as, from research institutes.

Coatema even received an order for a pilot plant. Therefore Coatema will definitely take part in the next years JEC exhibition.

Coatema Coating Machinery GmbH


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