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5/7/2015

Noncrimp fabric-and-core combinations

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Saertex GmbH & Co. KG offered several new products, among them SAERTEX LEO, a composite system of non-crimp fabric layers and customized core that meets the highest fire safety standards.

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Saertex GmbH & Co. KG (Saerbeck, Germany) offered several new products, among them SAERTEX LEO, a composite system of non-crimp fabric layers and customized core that meets the highest fire safety standards (IMO FTP, Part 2, Part 5) for the offshore energy, marine and mass transit sectors. The company also is developing its 3D fabrics, made with “endless” fibers in the z-direction that help resist delamination; fabrics are available in thicknesses of 1.5 and 3 mm. In addition, 3D “billets” or fabric blanks up to 50 mm in thickness can be produced for high-production- rate applications that demand very high mechanical performance. 

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