A NEW GENERATION
OF INNOVATIVE
COMPOSITES

From sports to automotive and tactical gear — CURV is
transforming the way your favorite products are made.

CURV provides superior impact strength, stiffness, weight savings and recyclability with unique aesthetics and can be pressure-thermoformed into complex parts.

At PFS, we’re transforming the way your favorite products are made. Learn more about the CURV brand.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Meetup with the CURV team at an upcoming tradeshow and learn more about what’s happening with CURV around the world.

WHAT IS CURV?

CURV® IS AN EXTREMELY LIGHTWEIGHT AND STRONG COMPOSITE MATERIAL

First introduced in 2007, CURV is a self-reinforced thermoplastic composite that provides superior impact resistance and stiffness when compared to conventional plastics. CURV’s lightweight strength and durability makes it an excellent improvement over both plastics and traditional composites in many applications.

CURV AROUND THE WORLD

TOP BRANDS AROUND THE WORLD TRUST CURV
At CURV, we’re partnering with top brands to develop innovative solutions to complex material challenges. Our composites are easy to design-in and highly customizable, enabling brands to quickly bring to market products that are more durable and lighter than ever before.

APPLICATIONS

CURV CAN BE FOUND IN A VARIETY OF
EVERYDAY
APPLICATIONS

LUGGAGE

AUTOMOTIVE
SPORTS
TACTICAL
POWERSPORTS

FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED
QUESTIONS

CURV is made from highly molecularly oriented thermoplastic fibers that are woven and bonded into a matrix of the same polymer. Standard CURV is 100% thermoplastic polymer and does not contain any inorganic fibers such as glass or carbon.

Standard CURV is 100% thermoplastic polypropylene and fully recycleable.

CURV can be cut and sewn with traditional processes. CURV can also be formed into three dimensional parts through pressure-thermoforming.  Contact us to get the processing guidelines.

Do to the unique flexibility of the CURV production process, CURV can be reinforced or combined with other materials such as glass or carbon fiber to create unique materials with customizable mechanical properties.