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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.

PUBLISHED: 6/1/2012

Polyamide prepregs and preconsolidated plates

Rhodia Engineering Plastics introduced Evolite by Technyl, an extension of its range of Technyl polyamide compounds.

PUBLISHED: 6/1/2012

Low-density flax fiber prepregs

Procotex SA showed an array of flax fiber unidirectional prepregs for high-performance “eco-composites.”

PUBLISHED: 5/31/2012

Prepreg machines for in-house use

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

PUBLISHED: 3/13/2012

Amber Composites develops natural flax fiber prepreg

Amber Composites has announced the availability of prepreg with fabric made from sustainably-sourced woven flax.

PUBLISHED: 1/24/2012

Bio-based prepregs

Bio-chemical specialist Elmira has released a range of bio-based prepregs, available with a selection of E-glass and carbon reinforcements along with naturally derived fiber alternatives.

PUBLISHED: 11/1/2011

Ultralow-heat prepreg

Barrday Advanced Material Solutions (formerly Lewcott Corp.) has introduced LC294 and LC296, a family of high-performance interior prepregs that reportedly provide sub 30/30 Ohio State University (OSU) heat-release properties as well as low smoke re...

PUBLISHED: 11/1/2011

Low-temperature-cure cyanate ester

Amber Composites Ltd. (Nottingham, U.K.) has developed Multipreg C640, a new low-temperature-cure cyanate ester resin system.

PUBLISHED: 9/22/2011

Ultra low-heat prepreg

Barrday Composite Solutions has introduced LC294 and LC296, a family of high-performance interior prepregs that provide sub 30/30 OSU heat release, combined with low smoke, self extinguishing and good self adhesive properties and surface finish.

PUBLISHED: 9/21/2011

Specialty rollers for carbon fiber, prepreg production

Webex Inc. has developed specialty rollers for the production of raw carbon fiber as well as prepreg materials.

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