Research

The products offered by CellMat Technologies are based on our specific know-how that has been acquired along the years during the carrying out of several research projects and novel developments in the fields of cellular materials and bioplastics. Therefore, R&D has for CellMat Technologies a strategic relevance.

Nowadays our efforts are focused in the following topics:

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Development and optimization of low density open cell polyolefin based foams. OpenCellMat Technology.

 

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Development and optimization of cellular materials with high specific stiffness and strength for structural applications. AniCell Technology.

 

Production of lightweight elements with large size using a cheap technology. Stages Molding Technology.
Optimization and development of blowing agents and micro and nano-sized nucleating agents for foaming processes.

Improvement of the foamability of polymeric matrices by using additivation.
Development of biodegradable foamed products for the packaging sector.

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Optimization of starch-based products for their used as biodegradable materials.

Desarrollo de productos celulares biodegradables para el sector del envase y embalaje.

Optimización de productos en base almidón termoplástico para su uso como materiales biodegradables.

CellMat Technologies is interested in the participation in R&D projects in which our experience could result in a significant contribution.

CellMat Technologies participates in the project MODAIS – “Development of heat and moisture transference models for constructive elements included integrated insulating elements”.
This project has received funds from M-ERA.NET program and is co-funded by the ADE (Agency for Enterprise Innovation, Funding and Internationalization” and from the Research and Innovation Program Horizon 2020 of the European Union.

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The MODAIS project is developed in the frame of CLEANTECHBLOCK – “Sustainable Multi-Functional Building Block Basics” that is carried out by the consortium integrated by Jozef Stefan Institute (Slovenia), The Centre for Industrial Ecology of University of Coimbra (Portugal) and CellMat Technologies SL (Spain).