This process involves winding resin-impregnated fiber material around a ‘mandrel’ to create composite products which are typically cylindrical but can be conical or spherical in shape.

Prior to winding, the fiber material is impregnated with the resin system. The deposition angle of the fiber material plays an important role in the final properties of the composite structure.

After winding a required number of layers, a ‘mandrel’ with the coiled layers is placed in the heating furnace for further polymerization.


Main benefits:

  • Lightweight
  • High-strength
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Quick and easy assembly
  • Long service life (50-100 years)
  • Low transportation cost


NCC offers manufacturing services of:

  • Pipes for Housing and Communal Services of various diameters and purposes
  • Pipes for oil and gas industry
  • Profiles for structural purposes
  • Cylinders of high pressure
  • Containers for transportation of chemically active substances