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Wires & Cables


We drive innovation and are therefore always happy to help others set new standards. That's why we stand by young organizations and up-and-coming initiatives - and get involved in various research projects with advice and practical support.

mu – zero HYPERLOOP

For several years, Coroflex has been involved in projects in the fields of e-mobility and innovative drives. Since 2022, Coroflex has been supporting the project of the mu-zero HYPERLOOP association, in which students from four universities in Baden-Württemberg are developing a prototype for the Hyperloop, originally launched by Tesla founder Elon Musk. 

For this project, the students needed high-quality high-voltage cables which had to be as small as possible in a very confined space and their weights as low as possible. Coroflex was able to provide this, complemented with a wide range of know-how. With the help of this support, the students were able to produce a first prototype. 

We congratulate the team of mu-zero and look forward to further cooperation! 

Find out more about the project.

The first prototype of the mu-zero HYPERLOOP e.V.

Formula Student

Curiosity, precision and the goal of achieving top performance - these are the values that unite the university competition "Formula Student" and the Coroplast Group. 

This is why the Coroflex business division has been supporting different university teams in the Formula Student competition for many years. 

Find out more

(© FSG - Mosch) The 2021 Bolide of the RWTH Aachen University team - equipped with our products.

Stratospheric balloon

Measuring extremely low-frequency magnetic fields at an altitude of 27 km - that was the mission of a research project by students from Nordhausen University of Applied Sciences in 2021 as part of the REXUS/BEXUS program of ESA, DLR and the Swedish SNSA.

Coroflex supported the ambitious project with robust silicone cables that were able to withstand the extreme temperatures of up to -60 °C in the lower stratosphere and fully met the dynamic requirements of the experiment.

We are delighted with the successful flight and are looking forward to the research results.

More information about the research project

View from the gondola of BEXUS 30 at 27 km altitude. (BAMMsat-on-BEXUS was a technology demonstration developed by Cranfield University and University of Exeter.)

Your contact person Sponsorship by Coroflex

Are you looking for a competent partner in the field of wires for your project? Then please contact us at any time!
Helmut Wichmann
Manager Global Product Management & Marketing Wires & Cables