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10/6/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: Regloplas

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Regloplas (St. Joseph, Mich.) is featuring its line of pressurized water mold temperature controllers for composites fabrication operations.

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Regloplas (St. Joseph, Mich.) is featuring its line of pressurized water mold temperature controllers for composites fabrication operations. The P200M system will be emphasized and offers control up to 400°F/204°C with two times the ramp rate of oil-based systems with 50 percent less energy consumption. The unit can directly replace oil-based units running resin transfer molding (RTM) or compression processes, are qualified and in production in autoclaves manufacturing primary aerostructures, offer more precise control than competing systems and feature all non-ferrous construction.

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