Who We Are
Coventive Composites is a specialist independent consultancy, providing technical expertise and access to pilot-scale equipment and testing facilities to help our clients develop and commercialise novel composite materials and components.
Our expert advice and technical support cover all aspects of the product development lifecycle.
From our in-house innovation centre, our team of scientists and engineers offer a combination of services spanning market intelligence, materials and process development, design and structural analysis, pilot-scale manufacturing and prototyping, materials characterisation and testing, and training.
Our offering is flexible, to suit our clients’ individual requirements. We carry out short term projects and one-off assignments, lead extended multi-stage programmes, and enter into long-term development partnerships.
How We Can Help
Coventive's mission is to be one of the world’s leading specialists in composite materials.
Through our state-of-the-art knowledge, expertise and capabilities, we aim to develop innovative, commercially successful composite solutions to help our customers benefit from better materials, processes and business opportunities.
We achieve this through building close working relationships with our customers, seeking to understand their individual business objectives and technical requirements and then translating these needs into workable solutions.
When dealing with Coventive you can expect an approachable, professional, knowledgeable and impartial service that places a high priority on customer satisfaction.
Enhance your composites knowledge
Valentina Guerra 3rd March 2021
Peel tests measure the strength of the bond between a substrate and the material being peeled off (known as the adherend). This peel strength is expressed as the load required to separate the adherend from the substrate, per unit width of the bond.
Tala Abbasian 11th December 2020
Woven textiles are used extensively to produce composite materials; they are made into prepregs, infused with resins or even have resins applied with a bucket and a brush. These textiles are produced from yarn, strands or filaments by weaving “weft” or “fill” at 90 degrees to the “warp” at 0-degree direction.
Ben Hargreaves 9th September 2020
In a nutshell… A polymer nanocomposite is simply a composite in which we combine a polymer matrix (which could be thermosetting or thermoplastic) with some kind of nanomaterial. In keeping with conventional polymer composites, there may also be some other form of conventional fibre reinforcement (such as woven carbon fibre) included. …and a nanomaterial is…? […]