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8/22/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: Jushi USA

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Jushi USA will introduce at CAMX 362J, a direct glass roving specially designed for the long fiber-reinforced thermoplastic (LFRT) and the continuous fiber-reinforced thermoplastic (CFRT) processes and compatible with modified polypropylene.

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Jushi USA will introduce at CAMX 362J, a direct glass roving specially designed for the long fiber-reinforced thermoplastic (LFRT) and the continuous fiber-reinforced thermoplastic (CFRT) processes and compatible with modified polypropylene. Jushi says 362J generates less fuzz and exhibits better abrasion resistance than its peers. The company also says it performs well in the industry-standard high-speed and high-tension process. Jushi notes that 362J is compatible with polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE) for good wet-out and dispersion.

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