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Evonik developed VESTANAT PP to enable simple process management
Updated: 2015-12-28 13:10 Source: Market Report Company share:

Essen-based Evonik Industries, a leading specialty chemicals manufacturer, has developed VESTANAT PP to enable simple process management and save costs and material in production, said the producer in its press release.

High-strength and lightweight: glass and carbon fibers offer enormous potential in lightweight construction, and are therefore of particular interest in automotive and aircraft construction. It has so far not been possible to exploit such fibers to their full potential, however, because the production process for the composite material is complex and cost intensive. In VESTANAT PP Evonik has now developed a technology that simplifies process management and also saves material and costs. Several projects have already been initiated with large car makers wishing to use the technology for production of their future models.

Klaus Engel, Chairman of the Executive Board of Evonik Industries, recently recognized the development with the company’s Innovation Award for new products/new system solutions. "Innovations require our employees’ creativity, commitment and courage," Engel noted. "The success of VESTANAT PP illustrates that trust in an idea, perseverance, and the right amount of risk-taking and technological expertise pay off," Engel continued, referencing the significance of innovation as a strategic cornerstone for growth at Evonik.

The specialty chemicals company plans to invest over EUR4 billion in research and development over the next decade. The focus of Evonik’s strategic innovation will be on composite materials, membranes, animal nutrition, and medical technology.

The use of VESTANAT PP can greatly simplify the production process from glass or carbon fibers to the finished component. It can also reduce costs, and ultimately contributes to more effective industrial utilization of the potential of the fibers.

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