Development with customers
Fiberline is today one of the world's leading manufacturer of GRP profiles. Since its establishment in 1979 the company has played a major role in pioneering the spread of GRP to new fields.
Based on an extensive R&D programme, Fiberline has contributed new knowledge and know-how relating to materials development, production methods and applications.
Over the years the company has participated in numerous development projects in partnership with customers, engineering firms, universities and technical colleges.
Technical advices and knowledge partnerships
Fiberline’s R&D department gathers and disseminates advanced knowledge relating to GRP composites, their properties and applications. This knowledge is utilized in the ongoing optimization of Fiberline’s own production process.
Through our knowledge and experience we can offer our customers “knowledge partnerships” in which we not only supply materials but also:
Advise on choice of materials and solutions
Assist in developing special profiles based on geometries and material properties determined by the customer’s specific requirements
Assist in development processes relating to materials, processes and applications
Fiberline’s R&D department is staffed by highly trained experts in composite mechanics and polymer chemistry supported by technical personnel with in-depth knowledge and experience of the pultrusion process.
Partnerships with research institutes
Fiberline has participated in numerous development projects with customers, engineering firms, universities and technical colleges
Danish and international research institutes partnered by Fiberline include:
- University of Aalborg
- Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
- Danish Polymer Centre (DPC)
- Risø National Laboratory
- University of Southern Denmark
- KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
- University of Warwick, UK
- University of Newcastle, UK
- University of Lancaster, UK
- University of Surrey, UK
- University of Bristol, UK
- University of Cambridge, UK
- University of Stuttgart, Germany
- RWTH Aachen University, Germany
- IMA GmbH Dresden, Germany
- Zürich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
- Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zürich), Switzerland
- Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (ETH Lausanne), Switzerland
- Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research (EMPA Zürich), Switzerland
- Eduardo Torroja Institute for Construction Science (IETCC), Spain
- University of Timisoara, Romania
Laboratory and test facilities
Fiberline’s R&D department develops, improves and refines the company’s products and manufacturing processes, and researches potential new areas of application for composites
Dedicated pultrusion line
Fiberline has a dedicated pultrusion facility for production of large-scale pilot series.
This facility contributes to development in both technology and materials.