What We Do

What We Do

The company specialise in Composites Components and has 17 years experience in the composite industry. We are expanding our premises and have located ourselves in the heart of Hampshire.
LG ADVANCED COMPOSITES manufacture a diverse range of high quality carbon composite products, mouldings and tooling using the latest technology. As the demand for cost efficient, durable, versatile and lightweight products increase so does the demand for the latest technology and expertise to manufacture them to the highest specification.

About Us

About Us

With over 17 years experience within the Composite Industry LG ADVANCED COMPOSITES was developed to be a Limited Company.
LG ADVANCED COMPOSITES, provide a personal and highly private service to all clients from Race Teams to Manufacturing Businesses. Clients are invited directly to the premises to meet and view the facilities on offer and discuss their individual needs.
LG ADVANCED COMPOSITES work within the Automotive, Marine and Aerospace Sector producing the highest quality products.

Carbon Fiber Facts

Want To Know About Carbon Fiber?

1. Carbon fiber — sometimes known as graphite fiber — is a strong, stiff, lightweight material that has the potential to replace steel and is popularly used in specialized, high-performance products like aircrafts, racecars and sporting equipment.
2. Carbon fiber was first invented near Cleveland, Ohio, in 1958. It wasn’t until a new manufacturing process was developed at a British research center in 1963 that carbon fiber’s strength potential was realized.
3. As part of conventional carbon fiber production, precursors go through several processes that include stretching, oxidation (to raise the melting temperature) and carbonization in high-temperature furnaces that vaporize about 50 percent of the material, making it nearly 100 percent carbon.
4. Carbon fiber can be woven into a fabric that is suitable for use in defense applications or added to a resin and molded into preformed pieces, such as vehicle components or wind turbine blades.
5. The next generation of carbon-fiber composites could reduce passenger car weight by 50 percent and improve fuel efficiency by about 35 percent without compromising performance or safety — an advancement that would save more than £3,000 in fuel over the life of the car at today’s Fuel prices.
6. In addition to its uses in manufacturing of cars and trucks, advances in carbon fiber will help manufacturers lower the cost and improve the performance of wind turbine blades and towers, electronics, energy storage components and power transmission lines.

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