Glass reinforced thermoplastic

Bond-Laminates GmbH (Brilon, Germany) has developed a new and reportedly cost-efficient glass-reinforced thermoplastic for composites manufacturing. The glass-roving-reinforced polypropylene is designed for automotive and industrial applications and can be optimized for each application to achieve maximum weight and

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Bond-Laminates GmbH (Brilon, Germany) has developed a new and reportedly cost-efficient glass-reinforced thermoplastic for composites manufacturing. The glass-roving-reinforced polypropylene is designed for automotive and industrial applications and can be optimized for each application to achieve maximum weight and cost benefit. Fiber volume percentage can be varied freely between 35 and 55 percent and fiber orientation can be adapted to the loads the products will encounter during their service lives. Material can be produced in thicknesses from 0.5 mm to 5.0 mm (0.02 inch to 0.20 inch) as a fully consolidated Dynalite material; a slightly impregnated, flexible semipreg; or a half-consolidated material.