TRENDS 2020
INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY
INNOVATIVE BASALT TECHNOLOGIES

Why use basalt fiber?

Continuous basalt fiber is a promising material produced by melting natural igneous rocks. Basalt is highly resistant to aggressive chemical media, mechanical and thermal impacts. Fiber takes over the properties of basalt rocks overperforming E-glass and being slightly inferior to carbon fiber. Continuous basalt fiber is a material used to manufacture fabrics, ropes, meshes, nonwovens, tapes, chopped fibers, which can be used as either standalone products or a reinforcement for composites with almost unrestricted matrices, and also as part of hybrid compositions.

  • highly strong and wear resistant
  • low energy required to produce
  • sustainable and fully recyclable
  • durable

  • 100% resistant to fresh and sea water
  • non-flammable, fire-resistant
  • chemically resistant
  • dielectric

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Our expertise

We manufacture basalt fiber with stable characteristics and basalt fiber-based composites using the innovative technologies. Our manufacturing facilities are located and certified in the EU. We offer products and services that are recognized and sought-after in the international market.
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Application fields

Physical and mechanical properties, chemical inertness and full recyclability determine the increasingly wider application of basalt fiber in various industries, entertainment and recreation sectors.

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INNOVATION BASALT TECHNOLOGY is developing successfully, looking for new customers and partners.

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    CONTACT INFORMATION

    Gdansk Technology Park,
    Tri Linden street 3,
    80-172, Gdansk, Poland

    +380 67 538 48 60,

    +48 792 43 82 45

    office@ecobasalt.eu

    Do you have questions about how we can help your company? Send us an email and we’ll get in touch shortly.

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    OUR PARTNERS

    Our basalt processing technology has attracted interest of TOTAL, BMW, Michelin, Airbus