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August 2003
Johns Manville recyclable Comfil-G hybrid yarns

Johns Manville (Denver, Colo., U.S.A.) offers its new, recyclable Comfil-G hybrid yarns, featuring homogenous blends of continuous glass filaments and PET or L-PET filaments. The products are designed to facilitate cost-effective manufacturing of lightweight, fatigue-resistant molds with improved tensile strength. The

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Posted on: 8/1/2003
Source: Composites Technology

Johns Manville (Denver, Colo., U.S.A.) offers its new, recyclable Comfil-G hybrid yarns, featuring homogenous blends of continuous glass filaments and PET or L-PET filaments. The products are designed to facilitate cost-effective manufacturing of lightweight, fatigue-resistant molds with improved tensile strength. The yarns reportedly offer excellent processing properties in the manufacturing of reinforcement fabric. Select 236

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