SUSTAINABLE COMPOSITE TECHNOLOGIES
Incorporating natural and recycled materials into your products can result in significant benefits, including:
But there are also challenges such as the higher material costs and the need for advanced processing know-how. With our Assessment Tool, you can determine if our sustainable composite technologies create a net benefit for your product.
With the Green Nacelle, the company has demonstrated that the state of the art in renewable and bio-based composite materials, coupled with efficient composite processing techniques, can lower energy consumption in manufacturing and significantly improve the sustainability of large-scale wind energy components.
- JEC Composites Magazine N°143.
Having blazed the trail for flax composites, GREENBOATS now leads a trend that is gathering momentum(..) the company is guarding the IP it has accumulated over a decade through building, testing, using, and breaking stuff, matching materials and applications, finding the best processing techniques, and keeping a lid on cost. - By Dieter Loibner.
The Flax 27 was one of the stand-out boats at Boot Düsseldorf in 2019 It’s a work of art that showcases what can be achieved with natural fibre and bio-resins. Now, builder Greenboats has updated the model bringing in several changes to a yacht that had already been hailed as ‘almost too good to be true.’ By Rubert Holmes.
The word ‘pioneer’ is quite often used in these days of rapid technological innovation, but Friedrich Deimann of Greenboats is one of those quietly determined, hard-working heroes, who it’s easy to apply the description to, when it comes to the future of sustainable boat building. By Peter Franklin.