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10/6/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: Conductive Composites

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Conductive Composites (Heber City, UT, US) is featuring coated fibers, nonwoven and nanostrands; shielded cases and enclosures; lightweight shielded conduit and cables; lightweight composite antennas and reflectors; conductive paints, sealants, coating systems and more.

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Conductive Composites (Heber City, UT, US) is featuring coated fibers, nonwoven and nanostrands; shielded cases and enclosures; lightweight shielded conduit and cables; lightweight composite antennas and reflectors; conductive paints, sealants, coating systems and more. Conductive Composites uses a chemical vapor deposition (CVD) process to coat fibers, nonwovens and nanostrands in a thin, uniform and ductile coating of pure nickel. Markets served include aerospace, telecommunications, medical, defense and specialty construction. 

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