HealTech™ prepregs improve operational efficiency, reduce maintenance costs and extend the lifetime of composite products

What is HealTech™?

HealTech™ helps clients, consumers and the planet. By helping our clients build better composite products that last longer and produce less waste, we provide a clear added value to the consumers while helping our environment.

How does it work?

HealTech™ is available as prepregs with different fibers and architecture. These products are compatible with current prepreg production processes and help our clients reduce cost, increase reliability and reduce their carbon footprint.

Why use HealTech™ prepregs?

HealTech™ prepregs help clients, consumers and the planet. 

  • For manufacturers, HealTech™ makes production more efficient and brings a sustainable and quality differentiator to the market.
  • For consumers, HealTech™ saves time and money with a fast repair keeping the integrity, the performance and the weight of the products.
  • For the planet, HealTech™ reduces waste during production and repair while extending the lifetime of products and recycling them better.

Where can HealTech™ prepregs be used?

HealTech™ can be used anywhere composites are used to produce parts able to repair delaminations in only a few minutes.


Healing damage events on the hull, mast or foils, while being resistant to water


Impacts and various cracks can be healed in kayaks, bikes, hockey sticks, etc.


Healing fatigue and impact damage events directly on the blade with no loss of the structural capacity


In aerospace, automotive or rail, composite cracks seen in critical and non critical locations can be healed easily at minor costs


Fatigue damage of composite structures can be repaired very quickly without losing the structural capacity

’’The products from CompPair have a standard drapability, tack and curing process and are easily processed by our technicians.’’

– Technical Manager of a major composites manufacturer

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