With well-founded process know-how our engineers are consistently working on the optimization of the plants for manufacturing carbon fibers and on enhancing the reproducibility of the processes. ity of the processes.
The conversion of the PAN fiber into a carbon fiber is performed in multiple thermal process steps with subsequent surface activation.
Pollutants released during the conversion process are removed in corresponding exhaust air treatment systems.
The basis of cost-efficient carbon fiber production is a stable process control close to the limits. With the R&D oven in the technology center in Holzgerlingen, Germany, Eisenmann provides extensive options for testing.
The R&D oven, which is equipped with various air flow systems, offers our customers the possibility to identify process parameters as early as in the planning phase and determine the optimum air flow concept for their precursor together with us.