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1/8/2015

Off-angle fabrics with scrim

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Saint-Gobain ADFORS America (Grand Island, NY, US) introduced at CAMX 2014 its Engineered Specialty Fabrics (ESF) products, which feature tailorable off-angle (20°-75°) reinforcements laminated to a lightweight scrim with a thermoplastic binder.

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Saint-Gobain ADFORS America (Grand Island, NY, US) introduced at CAMX 2014 its Engineered Specialty Fabrics (ESF) products, which feature tailorable off-angle (20°-75°) reinforcements laminated to a lightweight scrim with a thermoplastic binder. Used in boards (surf, wind, SUP), kayaks/canoes, bats and other sporting goods, ESF is moving into applications like aerospace tooling where its reported 10-20% weight savings helps ease production. Areal weights range from less than 100 g/m2 on up.

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