About Lineat Composites
Lineat Composites develops a new aligned fiber material format with formability to simplify composite manufacturing. The company's fiber alignment technology produces highly aligned discontinuous fiber tapes that exhibit mechanical performance comparable to continuous fiber composites and have improved formability to simplify existing manual and automated processes. It was founded in 2020 and is based in Bristol, England.
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May 2, 2023
Alignment of “recycled” and waste carbon fiber material via a patented manufacturing technology process will encourage more sustainable, circular composite materials development. Photo Credit: SHD Composite Materials Ltd. SHD Composite Materials Ltd. (Sleaford, U.K.), a global manufacturer of advanced composite prepregs with a strong focus on enhancing sustainability and material circularity, has signed a “Heads of Terms” with Lineat Composites Ltd. (Bristol, U.K.). Lineat is a sustainable technology company with a novel and scalable patented manufacturing technology that highly aligns “recycled” and waste carbon fiber material (AFFT). Developments combining Lineat’s AFFT material with SHD’s bio-sourced solutions said to feature a lower CO2 footprint are reported to have already stimulated exciting opportunities and early engagement with some leading automotive and sports brands. Having established a solid, early stage technology roadmap, Lineat and SHD now plan to expand further development engagements with innovative composite design teams and OEMs. It is anticipated that SHD and Lineat’s prepreg developments will support the growing demand for increased sustainability, material circularity and efficiency across all sectors of the composites market.
Lineat Composites Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Lineat Composites's headquarters?
Lineat Composites's headquarters is located at Bristol.
What is Lineat Composites's latest funding round?
Lineat Composites's latest funding round is Other Investors.
Who are the investors of Lineat Composites?
Investors of Lineat Composites include UK Innovation & Science Seed Fund.
Who are Lineat Composites's competitors?
Competitors of Lineat Composites include Fiberline Composites and 4 more.
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