Meet an agile powerhouse with elevated expertise in lightweight materials and solid EMC skills

PolyTech works with new technologies in the fields of weight reduction and current-conducting materials on a daily basis. As a result, our know-how and skills span multiple areas of great relevance to the development and manufacture of, for example, electric vehicles, goods vehicles and high-end sports cars and racers made of lightweight materials.

Even though there are more than a few differences between a wind turbine and a car, the two industries still have a great deal in common

The automotive industry has actually served as the role model for the establishment of the much younger wind turbine industry in several areas. This applies in particular to processes concerning R&D, production, testing, assembly, quality assurance and repeatability.

The closely related processes and approaches to these areas mean that PolyTech, as the leading development house for the wind turbine industry, has built up a range of skills that are readily available to the automotive industry as well. We likewise live up to all supplier requirements in the automotive industry, and can therefore immediately enter the supply chain at whatever level you require.

Electric vehicles
One of our core skills is to be found in the field of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) were we can assist as a sounding board, a component supplier, a development partner, or as a test centre for validating the solutions developed.

Lightweight materials
Our in-depth knowledge of polyurethane and composite puts us in a position to develop and manufacture components which, in addition to cutting grams off the weight of your product, help optimise every link of the value chain. Our solutions focus sharply on optimising everything from production set-ups to logistics, adhesion, properties, integration and service.

Contact us to find out more about the options open to you.




Why PolyTech is such a strong partner for the automotive industry

  • Elevated expertise in lightweight material (primarily polyurethane and composite)
  • Superior skills in electromagnetic shielding (EMC)
  • Rapid prototyping
  • Design fit for purpose
  • Design for Manufacturing
  • Design for Integration
  • Accredited test centres
  • Digital customer integration (SAP, etc.)






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