DOTHERM and ISOCOS - Two companies of the MOESCHTER Group
The DOTHERM GmbH & Co. KG together with ISOCOS GmbH & Co. KG with the development, production and distribution of high-performance materials for electrical and thermal insulation components up to 1100 °C.
For various industries, both business units produce and supply standard and drawing parts made of materials that are optimally suited for the respective applications in terms of their properties. They work mainly with thermoset semifinished products, but also with their own developments, for example in the area of sliding materials.
In order to meet as many requirements as possible and to be able to react quickly, we therefore stock the generally used as well as the special materials and materials in our extensive warehouse.
The MOESCHTER Group, based in Dortmund, Germany, is a group of medium-sized companies that includes the subsidiaries DOTHERM, DOCERAM, DOCERAM Medical Ceramics and ISOCOS.
The challenges in production processes of different industries are extremely complex. Our technicians and engineers specialise in recognising the nuances of each challenge and taking them into account in the solutions we offer. With modern production facilities, we are at our customers' side from application advice to series production.
Increasingly sophisticated production techniques lead to rising quality demands for intermediate materials and end products. We have teams of technicians and engineers who are very familiar with the respective process technologies and applications in an industry.
Together, DOTHERM and ISOCOS stand for electrical and thermal insulation made of high-performance plastics, fibre composites and state-of-the-art high-performance materials.
The solutions developed by our engineers serve to ensure that our customers can deliver the best possible quality in their processes and technologies. Whether in terms of quality characteristics or cost-effectiveness - solutions from DOTHERM and ISOCOS support users in producing a good end product.
Engineering plastics are becoming increasingly important in industrial applications. In addition to good mechanical properties and a comparatively low density, their resistance to chemicals can also be a reason for their use.
The properties of an end product may well vary - even with the same starting material. Our core competence is to reliably master the manufacturing process of components and parts made of engineering plastics in all phases.
Overview of processes and technologies
Irrespective of the industry in which you operate - whether you require an initial or a retrofit installation - the MOESCHTER Group has the know-how, experience and product portfolio to develop a solution together with you.