ECS Composites was established over 60+ years ago with the mission of engineering and delivering the highest quality shipping and foam cushioning solutions available. Our company was founded out of a desire to provide better options for protecting high valued items during transit, rather than the standard practice of using corrugated boxes or wood crates. Unlike others in the industry, ECS has always maintained an in-house engineering staff, and we manufacture all of our products within our grants pass, Oregon facility.
At ECS we recognize the importance associated with continuously investing in the latest technologies, and we regularly allocate capital towards the purchase of manufacturing equipment and design software. To fulfill the diverse requests of our clients, we have struck partnerships with other vertically integrated suppliers, giving us a wide array of service offerings.
ECS utilizes leading edge technology to deliver turn-key systems that provide end users with secure, transportable, and scalable environments for housing computer systems, unmanned drones, communications equipment, and other sensitive items.
The engineering team at ECS is providing high quality, cost effective support and solutions to your projects ensuring completion in the required timescale. Our team of highly skilled and professional personnel are dedicated to meeting customer requirements, as well as overcoming all obstacles in domestic or international operations. Our engineers are continually working along with our clients to provide functional solutions and process improvements for quality assured service
ECS uses a Wet Compression Molding process utilizing an elastomeric core and heated aluminum molds. This allows for quick process times 15 to 60 minute cycle times depending on the material. The aluminum mold produces the A-side of the part, finishes can range from dull (media blasted) to high gloss (polished). The B-side of the part matches our elastomeric core tool, in general, a higher-grade finish than a peel ply/bag B-Side.
Were our product best fits is replacing sheet metal products or VIP produced laminates, with fiber reinforced polyester or vinyl ester plastic. Compression molded parts are typically a lower cost than VIP products. However, this process is a higher cost than an unreinforced plastic injection part. So, our product really works where reinforced plastics are needed.
Using an elastomeric tool presents its own design challenges in comparison to match metal tooling. But there are some physical benefits over it process brethren. An elastomeric core can allow for materials and thickness can be adjusted to allow for alternative laminates without re-tooling. This can allow for the same part to be built using different materials and thicknesses. The engineered core is also great at moving resin through the part. Helping to eliminate those pesky resin rich areas. Parts can have some vertical walls in the direction of pull.
ECS creates the tooling we use, in house, on site. Our engineering team oversees the product design, tooling design, tool creation, and manufacturing for the products we produce.
We setup our materials to work with aluminum tools. Making your investment last longer.
Need a vertical wall in direction of pull, we can design for that.
Heated molds speed up process time reducing cost. 15 min cycle times available on some resin systems
No gel coat system reduces cost and allows for various gloss levels.
We take pride in our work here at ECS and strive to get the best quality product to our customers every day.
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