Selcom is a leader in the development and manufacturing of textile reinforcements for Civil Engineering. In particular, the company serves this specific sector with glass/carbon/basalt and hybrid unidirectional, biaxial and multiaxial fabrics creating with the support of its partners a kind of “anti seismic wallpaper”.
Selcom unidirectional Woven tapes in Carbon Fiber have a single orientation 0º and are produced with conventional technology warp-weft. They are used in civil engineering.
Do you know that multiaxial fabrics are born for the aerospace and aeronautical sectors to provide the best mechanical performance to the part manufactured with composite materials?
A new range of carbon biaxial and triaxial fabrics made with IM modulus like T800, MR60, MR70 is born. We suggest it for the production of chassis and aerodynamic parts of supercars.
In our special fabrics various types of fibers can be employed: carbon fiber, glass fiber, aramidic fiber, to be combined with different percentages as well. These are called hybrid fabrics.
Non crimp fabrics (NCF) for SPORTS applications: the production of skis and snowboards is a very interesting market for multiaxial technology of non crimp fabrics. SELCOM structural fabrics are widely used in this area for the reinforcement of skis, surfboard, kiteboard, kitesurfing, helmets, snowboards and many other sports items. The most requested NCF products are longitudinal triaxial fabrics that conform better to the specific structural requirements.
We are proud to inform you that Selcom has recently opened a new production plant dedicated to carbon fabrics next to our headquarters in Fregona – Italy. This move – that led us doubling our overall production – is a response to the fast growing worldwide demand of Selcom carbon fabrics.
Recently, Selcom has developed a new range of carbon multiaxial fabrics (NCF) for the automotive sector. They are biaxial and triaxial fabrics made with IM modulus like T800, MR60, MR70. These new fabrics have been developed for the production of chassis and aerodynamic parts of the most appreciated supercars.