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composites fiber for strength, acoustics, lightweight and thermal performance

a U-turn in environmental sustainable fiber technology

Products

UMATIC is probably the most popular product for glass fiber reinforced plastic parts in the automotive industry, and used by companies such as VW, Audi, Porsche, Daimler Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot and Citroën.

Umatic Nonwoven
Utility Thermal & Acoustics
Uniform Chopped Strands

Meet Troels Jørgensen

Troels Jørgensen is Production Manager with Ucomposites A/S and has taken on the challenge to turn Ucomposites into the most productive and technology-driven upcycler of composites in the world

Sustainability

Ucomposites Life Cycle Analysis show that 1 ton of recycled glass fiber affects the environment by about 60 kg Co2 vs. virgin manufactured glass fiber affects the environment by 1,9 tons Co2. The power usage is 60 kWh for 1 ton of recycled glass fiber vs. 8.055 kWh for manufacturing of 1 ton of virgin glass fiber.

ISO 9001:2015

Ucomposites is certified ISO 9001:2015 and supply IAFT 16949 and VDA 6.1 OEMs and Tier 1s.

Why choose us


Acoustic Performance second-to-none

We make acoustic noise reduction that is unmatched.

+Thermal Protection

We work with high performance glass and silica for maximum heat resistance.

Ultra Lightweight

Superior acoustics and thermal performance reduce the need of material.

Strength +20%

Increased tensile strength and durability delivered!

Lower total Costs

Our products are driving down your costs

Absolute Sustainable

Probably the world’s most environmentally friendly composites company

Innovating to deliver

We constantly innovate in order to deliver advanced fiber technology.

You!

We produce engineered specialty products tailor-made to fit your specific needs.

Some words from our CEO

For many companies’ dissatisfied employees is a severe threat to the company. It leads to decision anxiety and conservatism. However, the most dissatisfied employees can challenge the conventional thinking, innovate and maybe even revolutionizing. 

Innovation is driven by dissatisfaction. By Jakob Grymer Tholstrup, M.Sc. (Econ)