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The new FR grade, GMS EP-540 is a non–halogenated epoxy resin matrix prepreg, replacing EP-530, a previously developed FR grade which had an average 16 minute gel time at a 120°C mould temperature; the new EP-540 grade has a faster gel time down to only 6...
Published on: May 23, 2016
“c-m-p consistently implements the highest possible standards with regard to quality, safety and the environment,” comment c-m-p Managing Directors Rolf Dothagen, Heike Hermkes-Blau and Michael Jürissen. “Fibre composite materials have the potential to...
Published on: October 13, 2011
This accreditation follows the company’s achievement to be the first prepreg material supplier to attain ISO/TS16949 certification for its business activities in the automotive industry, and underpins its commitment to manufacture and deliver high quality...
Published on: September 14, 2011
Amber Composites began developing and manufacturing prepreg in 1988. Under new management since 2007, the company has invested heavily in upgrading its facilities and capabilities. It has installed a UD manufacturing line, an updated research and...
Published on: June 22, 2011
The new facility will be more than double Costa Mesa’s location in size, and will include a significant investment in new processing and testing equipment to accommodate the future growth in the prepreg industry, particularly the aviation segment.       ...
Published on: April 27, 2011
When vacuum bag moulded, SE 84 Nano exhibits a 20% increase in compressive strength compared with SP-High Modulus’ SE 84LV. This is achieved through a combination of SP-High Modulus proprietary formulation technology and 3M™ Matrix Resin. This marriage of...
Published on: April 6, 2011
Chinese patent granted to Guang Wei Composites for semi-preg materials – a dry form prepreg designed for Wind Energy and other large composite components. 30 Million RMB investment in new R&D facility focusing specifically on lightweight carbon fibre...
Published on: March 23, 2011
Announced at the beginning of February 2010 by the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London, the project is aimed at developing cars which will be powered by their own bodywork. Researchers from Imperial College London and their European...
Published on: February 23, 2011