According to EconCore, the honeycomb has helped Renolit create smooth, scratch free surfaces.
According to EconCore, the honeycomb has helped Renolit create smooth, scratch free surfaces.

EconCore has granted plastic film company Renolit a license for the continuous production of honeycomb panels.

Renolit has reportedly used the honeycomb in its Gorcell range of products for automotive, outdoor kitchens, truck superstructures, and bakery panels applications. More recently, Renolit has produced products for gardens, balconies and terraces made with honeycomb panels.

According to EconCore, the honeycomb has helped Renolit improve panel planarity, reduce golf ball effect, and create smooth, scratch free surfaces.

The Renolit Gorcell production process includes film unwinding, vacuum forming, core calibration, skin layer lamination, panel calibration and cutting.

This story uses material from EconCore, with editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.