Oxidized Polyacrylonitrile Fiber Properties, End Use Products, Applications and Future Outlook

November 15

Oxidized polyacrylonitrile fiber (OPF) is designed for cost-effective, flame and heat resistant solutions in the textile, industrial, aerospace and automotive markets. OPF’s many performance features allow for many attractive business propositions. This webinar will detail these features and focus on new and existing product opportunities where OPF’s price/performance advantages are best suited. 

Primary Topics: 
• Limiting Oxygen Index (LOI) between 45 - 55 
• Unsurpassed flame and heat stability 
• Easy processability into yarn, fabric and nonwovens 
• Efficiently converted into useful carbon fiber products 

Presenters: Alan Handermann and Dan Bergman 
Alan Handermann serves as the General Manager of Zoltek’s Technical Fiber’s division; leading the global business development efforts with Zoltek OX based product lines. Alan has over 35 years of technical, product and business development experience in the areas of high performance fibers, polymers, membrane and composite materials. 

Dan Bergman is the Americas Sales Manager for Technical Fibers. Dan has over 30 years of experience in flame resistant and thermal textiles with design and development of apparel in the oil & gas, automotive, metals, power generation, and utility markets.


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