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Published: 6/1/2012

Glass fiber for automotive, wind applications
3B-the fibreglass co. spotlighted MF 01 ER (Eco-Responsible), a powder grade of Advantex milled fibers.

Published: 6/1/2012

Glass fibers for acidic, high-modulus applications
PPG Industries has introduced INNOFIBER specialty glass composition fibers; the company also presented recent laboratory test results from its Shelby, N.C., fiberglass research and development facility.

Published: 6/1/2012

New glass fiber products for demanding applications
At JEC, Owens Corning Composite Materials announced its new FoodContact glass fiber solution for reinforced plastics in consumer appliances and food-preparation equipment.

Published: 5/31/2012

High-strength glass for high-voltage lines
AGY Holdings LLC revealed that its S-1 HM glass fibers are being used in the core of composite reinforced aluminum conductors for high-voltage electrical transmission lines.

Published: 5/3/2012

Simulation technology for glass fiber composite design
Ticona Engineering Polymers has made "integrative simulation" technology available to improve the accuracy of computing fiber-reinforced components under load.

Published: 5/3/2012

Chopped fiber glass
PPG Industries has expanded its glass portfolio with the addition of three CHOPVANTAGE chapped strand fiber products.

Published: 3/23/2012

Epoxy/fiberglass composite for tubing
Norplex-Micarta has introduced RT571, high-strength tubing composed of a heavy-weave glass fabric with an epoxy resin system.

Published: 11/30/2011

Glass-reinforced sandwich structure
U.S. Liner Co. has developed ECOTEX, a glass-reinforced sandwich composite manufactured by laminating the company’s Versitex nonwoven, continuous glass fiber skins onto a chopped long fiber polypropylene and glass core.

Published: 7/12/2011

Hybrid glass/carbon fiber nanofabric
Carbon Composite Technologies claims development of a hybrid fiberglass/carbon fiber nano textile fabric that is said to combine the strength and light weight of carbon nano fibers with the cost efficiency of fiberglass.

Published: 6/21/2011

Formable, aligned, discontinuous fiber fabric
Pepin Associates has developed a formable, aligned, discontinuous fiber fabric, called DiscoTex, that can be made from carbon, glass, quartz or ceramic fibers.