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RESCOLL

RESCOLL is an innovative research company for materials, specialized in composites and polymers – for which it was at the origin of more than 40 patents. RESCOLL activities are industrial research and development of innovative products and processes in the field of industrial applications of polymers (composites, resins, adhesives, varnish, coatings, etc.) and related fields: bonded assemblies, materials fire behavior and environmentally-friendly surface treatments.


RESCOLL is an innovative SME, best defined as a research company for materials, specialized in composites and polymers. RESCOLL’s activities are industrial research and development of innovative products and processes. RESCOLL is conducting innovation research in the field of industrial applications of polymers (composites, resins, adhesives, varnish, coatings, etc.) and related fields: bonded assemblies, materials fire behavior and environmentally friendly surface treatments.


RESCOLL currently has 92 employees, including PhDs, engineers and technicians with sales of 10.2 M€ in 2017. RESCOLL does more than 45% of its sales in the aerospace industry. RESCOLL has been at the origin of more than 40 patents in the field of polymers and composites. RESCOLL has ISO 17025 and NADCAP accredited laboratories and is specialized in the fields of polymer formulation, vibroacoustic testing, mechanical characterization, non-destructive control, fire testing, thermo mechanical analysis, spectrometry and chromatography and surface analysis and accelerated ageing.


In the framework of Urbanrec project RESCOLL is in charge of the development of recycled Hot-melt reactive PUR adhesives based on recovered polyols from bulky waste. RESCOLL is also involved into standardization strategy and into environmental issues regarding ecolabel definition, LCA and ETV implementation.


For more information, please visit : www.rescoll.fr 

» Author: URBANREC NEWSLETTER

» Publication Date: 19/12/2018

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement N° 690103