Test Frise

1987
Creation of Epsilon Composite by Stéphane LULL, in the composite workshop of his father, Paul LULL.
1987
1988
1st orders for the energy sector, for the French energy company EDF and the Italian oil group ENINB: 7 of the 8 people on the picture still work for Epsilon today!
1988
1990
First carbon pullwinding tubes for TV & Cinema tripods, for an Italian customer.
1990
1992
1st success in aeronautics: structural composite profiles for military aircrafts for the Swedish manufacturer Saab
1992
1993
Super Puma program. 2nd major success in the aeronautics sector with the manufacture of complex pultruded composite profiles for the Aérospatiale AS332 Super Puma medium transport helicopter, of which 1,000 were built.
1993
1993
1st carbon fiber tubes for technical carbon fiber rollers, for our Italian partner Cometec: the 1st seeds of Epsilon Rollers !
1993
1994
1st success of Carbolam® carbon plate technology in civil engineering, to reinforce bridges and buildings.
1994
1996
Aquitaine Innovations, the most innovative 60-foot Open sailing boat of its era, designed with the navigator Yves Parlier, with a hull and many equipments made from Epsilon Composite pultruded carbon profiles
1996
1998
First space project for Thales, with materials specifically developed by Epsilon to meet the requirements of the space sector.
1998
1999
Development of the first composite armor for flexible risers for deep offshore oil extraction with Technip.
1999
2000
Design and manufacture of structural composite profiles for BMW, which has initiated a partnership with Epsilon Composite on the development of carbon pultrusion for future car models.
2000
2001
First finished products : giant carbon telescope rods with glued metal end-fittings.
2001
2003
Carbon fiber sucker rods for PetroChina, manufactured in pultrusion and incorporating metal end-fittings. One of the first finished products of Epsilon Composite, and 1st important market in China.
2003
2004
Carboglulam ® beams to reinforce the Hammersmith Bridge in London, after several similar successful worksites in the London Underground.
2004
2004
Filing of the K1 patent, which makes it possible to manufacture ultra-stiff and light carbon fiber rollers by combining pultrusion and filament winding.
2004
2005
PullWinding patent, which makes it possible to manufacture very structured thin carbon fiber tubes in pultrusion, in order to combine lightness and mechanical resistance.
2005
2007
Launch of our wind energy program, which will lead to serveral patents worldwide regarding giant wind blades reinforced with pultruded spars
2007
2007
Relocation of our Asian office from Singapore to Tokyo and creation of Epsilon Japan. Japan, where modern carbon fiber was invented, was at the time Epsilon's main market.
2007
2008
Submarine power umbilical composite cables for the Chinook Cascade deep offshore oil extraction project (Gulf of Mexico), with Aker.
2008
2009
Supply of Carbolam® plates for the Westgate Bridge project in Melbourne, which became the largest carbon fiber structural reinforcement project in history.
2009
2010
Creation of Epsilon Aerospace and intensification of our R&D efforts in the aerospace sector to become a Tier 1 supplier to Airbus for civil aviation programs (A330, A350XWB and A380)
2010
2012
Manufacturing of giant pillars and Carbolam ® reinforcements for the Mataf walkway in Mecca, Saoudi Arabia, which then became the largest project in the carbon fiber industry history.
2012
2012
Creation of Epsilon Training, our internal training center, certified by Datadock (and Qualiopi since 2021). Every year, our apprentices and future employees are trained by our instructors and trainers on Epsilon's main technical skills ; pultrusion, pullwinding, filament winding, machining, assembling, structural bonding, finishing, control, maintenance...
2012
2013
1st high voltage cables reinforced with a carbon composite core installed by RTE in France. 90 kV line equipped with Nexans LoSag cables with a carbon fiber core manufactured by Epsilon Composite. See this case study for more information.
2013
2015
Delivery of Carbolam ® reinforcements for the roof of the Steve Jobs Theatre (largest monolithic carbon composite part in the world).
2015
2016
Start of the Flying Whales heavy-lift airship program, where Epsilon becomes one of the 5 main partners, responsible for the design and manufacture of the composite structure (carbon fiber truss beams, carbon fiber struts and ropes).
2016
2016
The elevators of Zun Tower, Beijing's highest tower (528m), are equipped with durable and eco-efficient Kone Ultrarope® carbon fiber belts. Epsilon Composite pultruded more than 500km of carbon profiles for this record-breaking project, which follows many other projects undertaken around the world since the birth of this technology in 2008.
2016
2016
Development of a new complete range of CyKlon pneumatic and hydraulic carbon fiber adapters for flexographic printing machines.
2016
2018
Completion of a major composite struts program for the Airbus A350 as a Tier 1 supplier.
2018
2018
Launch of our first carbon fiber doctor blade chambers for Bobst printing machines.
2018
2020
Commercial launch of Belull, our range of designer furniture made from our production surplus.
2020
2020
Launch of a record-breaking carbon fiber agricultural booms by Kuhn, made of Epsilon composite rods and large diameter structural tubes manufactured in pullwinding.
2020
2021
1st construction site using Carbocore ® carbon fiber anchors manufactured in pultrusion
2021
2021
Successful 16G crash test for Optimfloor project, a 100% composite floor structure built around a complex pultruded carbon fiber stiffener.
2021
2021
Delivery and installation of the composite fiber struts for the 3 last giant antennas of the Cherenkov Large-Sized Telescopes, dedicated to the observation of extragalactic objects thanks go Gamma-rays.
2021
2021
First carbon fiber beams of the OBCL onboard loading platforms for the Airbus Beluga. Each platform is supported by 4 telescopic legs composed of several beams of 4m each.
2021
20xx
The adventure continues with many projects that we often can't talk about yet!
20xx