Mechanical hardware

The aerospace industry has always been a forerunner for new technology and innovation, and the ability to reduce construction weight is a major advantage in this field. This is where CFRP structures come into play.

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CFRPs (carbon-fibre-reinforced polymers) — also referred to as carbon fibre or carbon composite — are strong, lightweight, plastics reinforced with carbon fibres.


Although CFRPs can be expensive to produce, they are commonly used in aerospace and technical applications due to their high strength-to-weight ratio and stiffness.


CFRPs consist of two parts: a matrix and a reinforcement. The matrix is generally a thermosetting plastic that binds the reinforcements together, while the reinforcement typically consists of carbon fibre, which is what makes a CFRP.

Construction features

Using CFRPs in primary and secondary structures reduces the overall construction weight and achieves mechanical peak values in terms of part strength and stiffness.

Typical applications for CFRP components.

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Where we come in

One of the challenges the aerospace industry faces is manufacturing CFRP components in a time- and cost-effective manner, considering that demand for them in this field continues to grow.


By procuring CFRP panels and structures directly, we can provide tailor-made solutions for your needs.

Some of our projects


Procurement of the CFRP Baseplate

and Thermal Skirts (STM, EQM, FM1,2,3).

Plato SVM

Procurement of the CFRP structure.