about catack-h

The World Leading CFRP Recycling Company

Our Business

Innovative Recycling of Reclaimed Carbon Fiber

Catack-H is an innovative company that is using a revolutionary and 100% eco-friendly technology to recycle carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) materials that are otherwise landfilled or incinerated.

Recycling

Recycling

Eco-friendly, highly efficient recycling of carbon fiber reinforced plastics

Production & Distribution

Production & Distribution

Production and Distribution of high-quality recycled carbon fiber (rCF)

Manufacturing of Applications

Manufacturing of Applications

In their factory in Hwaseong, South Korea, CATACK-H produces both processed materials and applications.

Recovery and Sale of Epoxy

Recovery and Sale of Epoxy

Recovery and sale of epoxy resins reclaimed during the recycling process of carbon fiber reinforced plastics.

Our Strengths

CATACK-H ‘s 3 competitive powers

  • Recognition of the Issues within the Industry
    Recognition of the Issues within the Industry

    Demand is continuously increasing from industries around the world for the lightweight CFRP products used for electric cars, airplanes, windmills, etc. Unfortunately, when not recycled, these materials are negatively impacting the environment due to either hazardous gases emitted during incineration or the landfilling of these non-biodegradable products. In light of these issues, recycling of CFRPs now becomes more and more important.

  • Understanding the Market
    Understanding the Market

    Due to increasingly strict regulations regarding the use and disposal of CFRPs in Europe, North America, and China, CFRP manufacturers and processing companies now are looking for affordable, eco-friendly, and high-quality recycled CFRP (rCFRP).

  • Providing a Solution
    Providing a Solution

    CATACK-H is using the most efficient and eco-friendly recycling technology yielding high-quality recycled fiber and epoxy resin through its water-based decomposition method for carbon fiber reinforced plastics.