Our services at a glance
Alongside mono-layer extrudates, we also offer multilayer structures using the coextrusion process. Large-scale tools facilitate injection moulding in non-standard dimensions. Alongside numerous mechanical processes involving modern CNC milling machines, laminate finishing is suitable for applications with very high safety requirements.
Processing methods available worldwide
- Monoextrusion, coextrusion or ram extrusion with up to 7 layers
- Pipe extrusion
- Sheet extrusion
- Profile extrusion
- Solid rod extrusion
- Hollow rod extrusion
- Extrusion of highly filled materials
- Injection moulding with shot weight of up to 100 kilogramme
- Multicomponent injection moulding with up to 2,700 tons clamping force
- Compression moulding of sheets
- Turning, milling, drilling, sawing, die-cutting
- Welding, bolting, incorporation of inserts, overmoulding
- Laser and water-jet cutting
- Backings, surface activation, printing
- Plastics workshop for the manufacture of customised parts, shafts, fittings, ...
Boost to innovation – the new Technology Centre
In establishing a new Technology Centre at its corporate headquarters in Kirn (Germany), SIMONA AG aims to drive forward the development of new products and new fields of application.
The Technology Centre includes state-of-the-art production premises that span an area of 1,200 sq.m. - equipped with high-end extrusion machines tailored to the requirements of next-generation development projects. This allows the company to test new processes and materials without having to interfere in any way with ongoing production. The five-storey administration building brings together R&D expertise and technical know-how under the same roof. The aim is to unlock opportunities provided by shorter lines of communication and leaner decision-making processes, in addition to benefiting from greater efficiency.
The state-of-the-art extrusion line offers additional scope when it comes to handling new materials such as high-performance plastics with processing temperatures of around 400 °C. They include, in particular, fluorinated materials such as PVDF, ECTFE and PFA for chemical applications as well as mechanically efficient materials such as PPs used in the aviation industry.
Thanks to the new Technology Centre, we can now step up our customised development efforts with regard to new materials and combinations of material for the purpose of reducing time to market. Our principal focus: meeting tomorrow's requirements today.