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new materials and new production processes

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Development of a structural panel

  • Toughest skin on the market
  • Absolute skin-foam connection, no delamination
  • Very high density foam, higher compression resistance
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Based on 20 years of experience with thermoset sandwich panels, where the skins were stitched to the foam core so that they could not delaminate, a thermoplastic composite panel was developed, with revolutionary new and patented joining technology.

We develop each panel on behalf of a customer, tailored to the specific needs and properties to be achieved.

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Layers of a structural panel

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New Patented Joining Technology

Covalent Intermediate Bonding – CIB™

Agesia presents a revolutionary new method to connect two Thermoplastic composites and even Thermoplastic composites to metal.

This new invention, CIB™  (Covalent Intermediate Bonding) works on low pressure and low temperature and is capable of connecting vast surfaces.

This method is the base of the development of our strong sandwich panels.

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Covalent Bond

Faserinstitut Bremen, specialized in tests at the molecule level, states in its test report (AU-211206-8347-1-B1) that CIB™, using IR-Spektroskopie, can no longer be found in the PET-foam or PA-6 matrix. This means there is a covalent chemical bond.

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CIB™ connects PA-6 to Metal

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Patent pending WO 2023/119127

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