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10/31/2018

HEATCON to partner with Solvay, expand composite material offerings

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The partnership focuses on a variety of consumable products used during the repair process of aircraft composite parts.

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HEATCON Composite Systems (Seattle, WA, US) announced on Oct. 30 that their composite material product line will expand due to a recent partnership with Solvay (Alpharetta, GA, US). The companies signed a global distribution partnership allowing HEATCON to distribute a variety of Solvay process material products. 

The Solvay partnership focuses on a variety of consumable products used during the repair process of aircraft composite parts. Such a strategic alliance with HEATCON will allow Solvay to achieve maximum cohesion of base materials. The extensive line of Solvay products includes: vacuum bagging films, breather fabrics, release films, peel piles, release fabrics, flash tapes and sealant tapes.

HEATCON is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of aerospace composite repair equipment and products; ISO9001:2015, AS9100D, and AS9120B certified. The company is also an authorized distributor for HEXCEL, 3M, and a small quantity supplier for Toray. 

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