SinterCell™ Technology

The Scientist And The Engineer

The best way to predict the future is to create it.

Two of the world’s leading authorities on wet fiber molding, Dr. Björn Nilsson and Tony Krey, form the basis for our SinterCellTM technology 

Dr. Björn Nilsson

President & CTO

Doctor in Fiber Forming Processes from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
Father of the SinterCellTM technology.
Has written all the patents associated with the SinterCellTM technology.
Among the world’s leading scientists in the areas of cellulose fibers and fiber forming processes.List item

Tony Krey

Head of Engineering and Operations

A lifetime of broad, hands-on engineering experience.
Among the world’s leading practitioners in wet fiber molding.
Expertise in the design and programming of fiber-forming production lines.
Expertise in the manufacturing of tooling for wet molding processes.

The Art and Science of
Cellulose Engineering 

We have created a new group of cellulose materials called SinterCell™.  The name reflects the potential of fibers processed like hard metals made from metallic parts compressed over high pressure and temperatures to create unique properties. 
We believe that our unique and similar way of processing fibers is the start of a new green material, all according to specific customer demands and needs.  

The SinterCell™ 200
Fiber Molding Machine

The SinterCell™ 200 is a second-generation wet-fiber molding machine that achieves unprecedented productivity through innovative engineering, proprietary tooling design, and intelligent control system technologies.

The wet fiber molding process is unique in its ability to allow high levels of heat, pressure, and water extraction to generate a superior hydrogen bond between the cellulose fibers, resulting in end-products having characteristics of plastic but all the environmental benefits of natural fibers.​

The bonding process significantly enhances the infusion of additives into the cellulose fibers, thereby,  improving overall barrier performance.

Quality End-Product

The end-products have all the characteristics of plastics but all the environmental benefits of natural cellulose fibers.

Circular Economy Ready

The process renders the cellulose fibers 100% reusable, meaning our products are “circular economy ready” in addition to being fully compostable and recyclable

Engineered for High Productivity 

It enables higher productivity and production levels across CAPEX/OPEX investments resulting in industry leading financial returns. 

Take Action

Together we will replace single-use plastic packaging with reusable and environmentally friendly fiber packaging.

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