28 April 2015
28 April 2015
VELOX is now the exclusive European distributor of SWAP, producing ecologically sustainable sinus honeycomb boards from recycled paper.
According to VELOX, the SWAP-board is a standing sinus wave which is designed to have high stability with a low weight. It says that the neutral, natural substance of the wave boards allows the compounding with other materials, such as foams, resins, metals, wood-based materials, fabrics or plastics.
Kenny Shea, Regional Business Manager, comments “VELOX is glad to add this stable paper composites range to its portfolio. The SWAP Sinus Wave Board combines perfectly high stability with low weight and easy handling. Also, it is important for us to develop green solutions and SWAP is the perfect partners with its philosophy to produce ecologically sustainable products from recycled paper.”
VELOX explains that, due to its excellent properties, the SWAP-board range can be used in a broad range of composites industry including transport, leisure, construction, sanitary as well as automotive.
The SWAP-board range is available both as laminated and non-laminated version and can be supplied as basic and semi-finished products. VELOX is the exclusive European distributor of SWAP, producing ecologically sustainable sinus honeycomb boards from recycled paper.
Photo provided by VELOX.
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