HVAC System Components
Non-flammability and electrical conductivity standards are driving demand for material conversion of HVAC system components to composites. In addition to the performance benefits, composites offer HVAC manufacturers the ability to consolidate parts, reduce noise levels, and improve other areas of functionality.
For new product designs, MFG offers prototyping and first article fabrication. The engineering design center and R&D lab are available to assist you with evaluation, testing and certification of material options to achieve your performance targets.
We offer many UL-recognized formulations specifically designed for HVAC parts – and we can support your application for specific UL approvals.
For product improvements, we can support re-designs and engineering changes – bringing to bear the latest material, process, environmental and other factors relevant to your objectives.
Condensate Pans, HVAC Bases, Blower Housings
Materials That Meet UL, ROHS and EU Reach Standards
MFG has a number of proprietary materials that are UL-registered. A listing with specific details can be found by searching “Molded Fiber Glass Companies” (note spelling) on UL’s online certifications directory. There is also a downloadable list at the bottom of this page.
Many composite materials are also ROHS and EU Reach compliant. The engineering staff at MFG Research is available to assist you with meeting regulatory standards that pertain to your product.
Quality and Other Certifications
- Many UL-recognized materials used in applications including but not limited to HVAC and lamphouses. For more information see UL file number E54325 and E76349.
- Support for UL approval process
Value Added Services
- Molding and Tooling Capabilities for threaded-in receptacles and complex geometries
- Weight Reduction
- Parts Consolidation
- Material Innovation
Compression Molding Capabilities for FRP Composite Custom Applications
Short video that describes and demonstrates MFG's volume compression molding capabilities. Includes presses from 100 to 3000 tons for SMC, LCM and carbon fiber.
Light Weight Material
Light weight material floating in water
Research & Testing Lab Capabilities
Short video that explains and highlights the value-added research and testing services that are available for customers of the Molded Fiber Glass Companies (MFG). Narrated by Peter Emrich, CCT-CM, Vice President of Technology at MFG.
Fiber glass (FRP) composite materials and processes are explained in detail. This design guide outlines various selection criteria with helpful technical data and comparisons to alternative materials.
List of proprietary MFG materials that are UL-recognized materials used in applications including but not limited to HVAC and lamphouses. For more information see UL file number E54325 and E76349.
iNVENTA 615 is a UL 94-5V recognized non-halogenated reinforced thermoset SMC material. Ideal for applications where non-flammability is crucial.
iNVENTA 515 is a UL-recognized reinforced thermoset SMC material. Ideal for HVAC components and other applications where non-flammability is crucial.
iCom 617 is a non-halogenated fiberglass thermoset sheet molding compound with a UL 723 rating.
iCom 618 is a UL recognized non-halogenated fiberglass reinforced thermoset SMC.
The ultimate material for mass reduction, featuring a specific gravity under 1.11 (~60% lighter than standard SMC formulations).