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Fairmat signs a development partnership with the Duqueine Group

Fairmat, a French deeptech company specialized in the virtuous recycling of carbon composites, is announcing a development partnership with the industrial company Duqueine Rhône-Alpes, a manufacturer of composite parts for the aeronautical, automotive, medical and sports & recreation industry.

Fairmat signs a development partnership with the Duqueine Group
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Fairmat, a French deeptech company specialized in the virtuous recycling of carbon composites, is announcing a new commercial partnership with Duqueine Rhône-Alpes to recycle its production waste, particularly the materials that were used to manufacture the Airbus A350.

Stéphanie Burgun, CEO of the Duqueine Group explains: “We are convinced of the tremendous added value of this partnership for our business and the potential of the technology developed by FAIRMAT. This allows us to ensure a sustainable outlet for our production waste, and to participate in the joint effort to develop a circular economy in the industry.”

Fairmat is expected to recover around 15 tons of waste per year from the Duqueine sites in Massieux and Civrieux (69), especially from trimming, as well as from “raw” material. The production waste will then be transported to the Fairmat production site, Fairfactory located in Bouguenais (44) to give them a second life.

Benjamin Saada, CEO and founder of Fairmat adds: “For us, this partnership represents a supply in carbon fiber reinforced composites that will strengthen our national operations. We are very grateful for our collaboration with the Duqueine Rhône-Alpes Group and are very happy with this partnership,”

Fairmat continues the industrial deployment of its technology

Fairmat has developed a virtuous recycling technology, capable of making the production of carbon fiber reinforced composites circular, which gives this high value-added material a second life. The carbon and the resin are mainly cold-processed, which makes it possible to reduce energy costs in particular and to avoid landfilling or incineration, the way it is normally done. Thanks to this process, Fairmat will be able to save 41 Kg of CO2 emissions per Kg of recycled carbon composite. Fairmat is aiming for a capacity of 5,000 tons of recycled material per year at this first production site.

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