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PUBLISHED: 1/9/2014

Antiballistic aramid/thermoplastic prepreg

Teijin Aramid has introduced Twaron PVB prepreg, consisting of Twaron fabric and a new, specially designed polyvinyl butyral (PVB) thermoplastic matrix.


PUBLISHED: 10/14/2013

Prepreg systems for railway applications

Cytec Industrial Materials is adding two new products to its rail portfolio that meet the fire requirements of EN45545-2:2013.


PUBLISHED: 6/3/2013

Glass and flax fiber/bio-resin prepregs

Composites Evolution Ltd. launched at JEC Europe 2013 its glass-filled and flax-filled poly(furfuryl alcohol) (PFA) bio-resin prepregs.


PUBLISHED: 6/3/2013

Thermoplastic prepreg

Chomarat introduced TPREG at JEC Europe 2013, a continuous thermoplastic-impregnated reinforcement for mass production of thermoplastic composites.


PUBLISHED: 11/28/2012

Out-of-autoclave process to enhance adhesion

Kubota Research Associates Inc. has developed a new P-Wave/PTIR infrared-assisted advanced out-of-autoclave process to enhance adhesion properties as well asaccelerate the curing speed of thermoset resin systems for installing adhesive-bonded fasten...


PUBLISHED: 8/23/2012

Prepreg for wind blade spar caps

SparPreg, featuring Airstream coating technology, is a specialized prepreg developed by Gurit to enable the economic manufacture of high-quality unidirectional (UD) wind blade spar caps using advanced glass and carbon fibers.


PUBLISHED: 8/1/2012

Benzoxazine resin now available in a prepreg

Henkel Corp.’s developing benzoxazine resin line was positioned at SAMPE 2012 as a lower-cost alternative to bismaleimide (BMI) resin.


PUBLISHED: 8/1/2012

Bio-mass phenolic prepregs

Composite Technical Services showed at SAMPE 2012 its ExaPhen product portfolio of phenolic resins derived from inedible agricultural bio-mass.


PUBLISHED: 8/1/2012

Prepreg machines for in-house use

Century Design Inc. has developed a small production prepreg machine for small- to medium-sized producers.


PUBLISHED: 8/1/2012

Epoxy prepreg for wind blades

Gurit has launched Velinox, a novel modified epoxy prepreg that features fast-cure characteristics and can be stored at temperatures in excess of 35°C/95°F.


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