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Published: 1/5/2015

Interplastic low density molding compound
Produces lightweight parts finished on both sides using only gel coat without need for "skin" ply.

Published: 8/29/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: PPG Industries
PPG Industries (Pittsburgh, Pa., USA) will showcase its portfolio of fiberglass products and technologies, as well as present two technical seminars at CAMX 2014.

Published: 8/1/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: The Composites Group
The Composites Group (TCG, Highland Heights, Ohio, USA) and its three business units, Quantum Composites, Premix and Hadlock Plastics, will collectively feature five new thermoset compounding materials and two technical presentations at CAMX 2014.

Published: 6/2/2014

Thermoplastics-compatible glass fiber
AGY (Aiken, S.C.) announced at JEC Europe 2014 a range of S-2 Glass and E-glass yarns with thermoplastics-compatible sizings.

Published: 5/20/2014

Sandable, planeable composite staples
Utility Composites Inc., manufacturer of RAPTOR composite staples and nails, has introduced the latest addition to the RAPTOR product line, the SH/04-40 composite staple.

Published: 3/5/2014

Glass mat, glass non-crimp fabrics
Scott & Fyfe, a global supplier of reinforcement textiles to the composite industry, is introducing several new glass-based and processing products at JEC Europe

Published: 3/5/2014

Fiberglass rovings, chopped strand
Owens Corning will unveil nine new products developed in partnership with its customers JEC Europe.

Published: 3/5/2014

Thin-ply glass mat for railway applications
Chomarat is launching ROVICORE FR, a glass mat product designed to help to meet requirements for the hazard level (HL) under the new European fire classification standard (EN 45545) for train materials that will enter into effect in 2016.

Published: 2/17/2014

Hybrid carbon fiber/glass fiber reinforcement
Quantum Composites has introduced its first hybrid carbon fiber/glass fiber material, suitable for compression molding in automotive, heavy truck, medical, sporting goods and industrial applications.

Published: 8/30/2013

Olefin yarn commingled with other fibers
Innegra Technologies has introduced the new Innegra H line of fibers, comprised of high-performance olefin yarn co-mingled with other high-performance fibers for composites, including carbon, glass, basalt and aramid.