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All of Composites Evolution’s prepregs, for both component moulding and tooling applications, will now be marketed under the brand name Evopreg. The range includes epoxy prepregs and bio-based phenolic-substitute prepregs based on fabrics of carbon, glass...
Published on: March 2, 2018
Composites provide the highest weight saving potential compared to steel or aluminium.Hexion’s newest Epikote resin TRAC 06170 and Epikure curing agent TRAC 06170 system makes very short cycle times in RTM and LCM processing possible, down to less than 1...
Published on: August 17, 2015
Using a brand-new hybrid technology to comply with the strictest requirements inherent to the most extreme situations encountered by fire fighters, the Dräger HPS 7000 illustrates the cooperation between four different players, representing the whole...
Published on: August 4, 2015
Both cars competed this season in the two-wheel drive, 1640cc 4-cylinder engine ‘Super 1600’ formula rally class. The re-engineered composite body panels were supplied to the Suzuki-Repsol team by Karbonius Composites, a spanish fabricator which...
Published on: January 13, 2014
The product range will include the full spectrum of Multi-axial reinforcement fabrics, such as Uni-directional, Bi-axial, Tri-axial and Quad-axial fabrics produced from a range of technical fibres including E-glass, S-glass and Aramid.As the closed...
Published on: October 7, 2013
The new lightweight FRP composite parts were designed and manufactured by motorsport composite specialists Galway Carbon.  Each of the eleven new composite body panels for Solberg’s Citroën DS3 was vacuum infused using Scott Bader’s high performance...
Published on: June 6, 2013
GMS EP-620 has been specially developed for cost effectively fabricating lightweight fibre reinforced composite parts needing very high fracture toughness and energy absorption in use. This special epoxy resin matrix system was developed by GMS Composites...
Published on: March 5, 2013
These novel hot melt adhesives have an initial melting range of 100 – 110°C and on additional heating the melt viscosity increases to a point of immobility. The ideal temperature for cross-linking the product is 165 – 170°C for 25 - 60 seconds. Depending...
Published on: October 17, 2012
Less weight means more kilometres with the same battery charge or tank of gas. To better address the needs of this huge market, organic sheets can be used with resin laminated products.   Short fibres can be used in plastics, as well as glass mat...
Published on: March 1, 2012
DR. ELMARWITTEN, MANAGING DIRECTOR, AVK, (INDUSTRIEVEREINIGUNG VERSTÄRKTE KUNSTSTOFFE) [FEDERATION OF REINFORCED PLASTICS](Published on February-March 2010 – JEC Magazine  #55)   This highly heterogeneous market necessitates a differentiated view; not all...
Published on: February 3, 2011