Sports and Recreation Composites

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Published: 8/1/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Lingrove
Lingrove (San Francisco, California) is emphasizing its partnership with Rockwest Composites (Salt Lake City, Utah) to develop next-generation trekking poles.

Published: 7/21/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: BGF Industries
BGF Industries Inc. (Greensboro, NC, US) is featuring its PolyPreg thermoplastic composite material as well as its lines of cabon fabrics, aramid fabrics, fiberglass fabrics and Aerialite fiberglass fabrics.

Published: 7/21/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: A. Schulman
A. Schulman Inc. (Akron, OH, US), an international supplier of high-performance plastic compounds, composites, powders and resins will launch its Forged Preg next-generation composite material.

Published: 8/22/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: Innegra Technologies
Innegra Technologies (Greenville, SC, US) will feature its full line of olefin-based Innegra fibers and to discuss how to integrate Innegra materials into composite products.

Published: 3/1/2015

JEC Europe 2015 preview: Scott Bader
Scott Bader (Wollaston, UK) will feature several applications of its resin systems and adhesives.

Published: 3/1/2015

JEC Europe 2015 preview: FORMAX
FORMAX (Leicester, UK) is introducing a range of biaxial fabrics made from intermediate modulus carbon fiber for motorsports and sporting goods manufacturers.

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: 6/2/2014

Carbon fiber/epoxy prepreg for autocomposites
Aerospace prepereg and fiber supplier Hexcel (Stamford, Conn.) introduced in Paris several prepregs designed specifically for automotive applications.

Published: 2/26/2014

Nano-toughened prepreg
Zyvex Technologies has introduced Arovex HT, a second-generation nanocomposite prepreg highly toughened with carbon nanotubes.

Published: 3/1/2010

Superlight carbon fiber fabric
Targeted applications for the fabric include golf clubs and tennis racket shaftes.