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8/29/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: Wm. T. Burnett

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Wm. T. Burnett & Co. (Statesville, N.C., USA) will emphasize its PolyWeb family of light-weight reinforced thermoplastics (LWRT), including polypropylene- and PET-based materials.

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Wm. T. Burnett & Co. (Statesville, N.C., USA) will emphasize its PolyWeb family of light-weight reinforced thermoplastics (LWRT), including polypropylene- and PET-based materials. Also on display will be molded PET composites, as well as PET breather materials called WhisperWeb and WhisperDri Hydrophobic PET. Wm. T. Burnett will also exhibit its new line of moldable UL94-VO fiber bats, called WhisperShield. 

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