We understand the problems of the transport sector.
More scale, more efficiency, more glamour – the demands are constantly rising. But time, costs and energy consumption are all obstacles here. To maximise the efficiency of the transport systems they build, constructors need to make a lot more use of multi-material structures. However, because there has until today not been a standardised joining solution for steel and lightweight construction materials, these aims have been frustrated by the amount of time and expense involved.
We aim to provide the right solution at the right place.
In FAUSST, we have developed a hybrid fabric that allows metals and composites to be firmly joined mechanically. Standardised, certified, patented.
We believe in trust and transparency.
Together with our highly capable partners, we are pressing forward with our product development and production. We value open exchange on an equal footing – especially with our customers.
We’re part of a growing market.
The share of composite materials in use in the industry is constantly on the rise. In Europe, over 1 million tonnes are produced annually, and the total worldwide amounts to 10 million tonnes. 95% of the above consists of glass-fibre-reinforced plastic (GRP) – clearly the material of choice.
The demand for FAUSST is enormous.
Germany is one of Europe’s biggest users of glass-fibre-reinforced plastic (GRP), accounting for 25% of total use. This corresponds to around 575,000 products with dimensions of 10 × 2 metres each.
THE ANNUAL POTENTIAL FOR FAUSST IN THE GERMAN TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION SECTOR AMOUNTS TO 455 KM.