DZ CARBON COMPOSIT We are the company which is specialized in the production of the carbon, glass-fibre reinforced, Kevlar, and sandwich parts. We have more than 20 years of experience in the field of lamination both for individuals and big international companies. We grow together with our customers and, a as result, we have the production premises of more than 1000 m² area today.

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      APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES

      The composite materials are of a laminate structure made of two or more constituents. The harder, more rigid and solid reinforcements are represented by the carbon, aramid, glass cloths and their hybrids, the aluminized and diolen clothings, rovings, the sandwich and other materials. The binder function is adopted by resins and additional epoxy systems, or polyesters in combination with fibre-glass mats and clothings.

      Manual lamination

      Conventional form of lamination when individual cloth layers are placed into the mould to be saturated with epoxy resin. Manual lamination can be completed with vacuuming when the whole mould is placed into the vacuum bag which results in better surface finish of the product.

      Vacuum infusion

      A method when the cloth is put into dry mould. After individual layers have been placed the mould is put into the vacuum bag for the resin to be sucked in by vacuum to saturate the cloth in the mould.

      Autoclave

      A method when the product is placed into the pressure vessel where a maximum temperature of 250 °C and a maximum pressure of 10 Bar can be attained. So call prepregs are used for lamination in the autoclave. The prepregs are preimpregnated cloths which already contain the resin. As compared with the conventional manual lamination the products from autoclave attain better surface finish and higher strength.

      SMC

      SMC (Sheet Moulding Compound) is a composite material, composed predominantly of a resin and chopped glass or carbon fibres, that is supplied in a form of plates to be preserved in frost. Material can be cut into the required shapes which are laminated upon each other to be moulded into the requested shape by applying a high temperature and pressure in a press or autoclave. Specific products feature a high strength and hardness.

      APPLIED MATERIALS

      The basic materials in a production of composite products are the glass, carbon, and Kevlar (aramid) cloths. Composite is always a combination of a cloth and an epoxy or polyester resin which saturates the specific cloth giving it a strength and shape.

      Carbon cloths

      The carbon cloths are typical of high strength and very low weight. The type of fibre weave in the cloth determines the final appearance of the product and it also have an influence on the product's physical properties. The carbon cloths are most frequently produced in the linen or denim variant (woven using every other fibre). Individual carbon cloths differ with their weight in grams per m² or with their fibre width.

      Kevlar (aramid) cloths

      The Kevlar or aramid cloths are synthetic cloths which are typical of high tensile strength of fibres, resistance to high temperatures and high absorption of impulse energy. Kevlar is used, for example, also for the production of bulletproof vests as well as for the parts where high resistance to rubbing or breakage is required. The cloths differ with their grams per m² or with the fibre pattern.

      Glass cloths

      The Kevlar or aramid cloths are synthetic cloths which are typical of high tensile strength of fibres, resistance to high temperatures and high absorption of impulse energy. Kevlar is used, for example, also for the production of bulletproof vests as well as for the parts where high resistance to rubbing or breakage is required. The cloths differ with their grams per m² or with the fibre pattern.

      Hybrid cloths

      Hybrid cloths represent a combination of two or more types of materials. The most frequent use is made of the combinations of carbon and Kevlar (aramid-carbon cloth) when high strength and toughness of the product is attained. Other applied combinations are represented by the glass-carbon hybrids or the polyethylene-carbon hybrids.

      Sandwich materials

      Sandwich structures represent a special type of laminate composite which is composed of two external tough layers and a core of a light-weight material. In contrast to the simple laminates the sandwiches are typical of higher toughness, better insulation properties and lower weight. They are used as a core for such structures where emphasis is put on a low weight. PUR and PVC boards or aramid and aluminium honeycombs are most frequently used as a composite core.

      We are capable of satisfying any request from the area of the carbon composites!

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      Jitka Zappova Inquiries

      +420 737 144 007 jitka.zappova@dzcarbon.cz

      David Zapp Manufacturing

      +420 604 921 269 david.zapp@dzcarbon.cz

      OPENING HOURS

      7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

      Jitka Zappova
      Inquiries

      +420 737 144 007
      jitka.zappova@dzcarbon.cz

      David Zapp
      Manufacturing

      +420 604 921 269
      david.zapp@dzcarbon.cz

      OPENING HOURS

      7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.