Composite Integration hails Ciject success

Composite Integration team with the latest generation Ciject Two
Composite Integration team with the latest generation Ciject Two

Q1 2023 sees Composite Integration successfully launch the next generation Ciject Two with equipment already commissioned in both Germany and Turkey, and more machines due to go out in the coming weeks.

The Ciject range has long been the cornerstone of RTM and Infusion processes. A major contribution to the product’s long-term success is the team’s passion and enthusiasm to create innovative market leading equipment. Congratulations are deserved for all the Ciject Two project team at Composite Integration from product development through to test and equipment build, collaborating to deliver a successful launch. 

As well as multiple mechanical upgrades, senior automation engineer, Oliver Powlesland has taken the Ciject Two operating software to unrivalled levels and pushed the boundaries of innovation and flexibility. Whilst ease of operator use remains a core principle, new features further develop the capability of the Ciject Two and create a comprehensive yet flexible control system for liquid resin processing.

“Setting out to redevelop the Ciject Two, Oliver and the team have excelled, particularly in software development,” stated Composite Integration’s design engineering director, Stephen Ward. “These new improvements pave the way for the future advancement of the Ciject range, providing further benefits to the end user. The team should all be proud.”

Already recognised for its proven technology across a variety of sectors, this latest addition to the Ciject family is targeted specifically towards manufacturers who require precision control and process information, with the flexibility to be used for RTM, LRTM and Infusion processes all within one machine.

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