COMPAK Composite panels are the product of processing an agricultural residue fibre, or wood flake with a polymeric MDI binding resin. Materials technology development has been pursued on three main fibre groups.
- Cereal Straws ( Wheat )
- Sugar Cane Bagasse
- Wood flakes ( Router or Planer shavings )
Experience and knowledge gained from years of engineering and testing has established accurate prediction models, for the determination of engineered panel characteristics. There are a vast number of other materials that can be used as raw material for the COMPAK process. CS PROCESS ENGINEERING Ltd would recommend that additional test procedures be carried out at our laboratory, for other fibrous materials such as :-
- Cereal Straws
- Barley, Oats, Rice, Triticale……
- Rye, Flax, Hemp, Linseed, Miscanthus……
- Other Crop Residues
- Maize, Oil seed Rape ( Canola )……
The facilities at CS PROCESS ENGINEERING Ltd’s headquarters, provide materials research services for all potential COMPAK users. Board products can be made from virtually any fibrous material, and work to determine the suitability of raw materials can be undertaken on request.
" If you have a source of raw material that you would like to investigate as a potential raw material for high quality panel manufacture. Please contact CS PROCESS ENGINEERING Ltd to discuss your opportunity"