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1/20/2016

Oven-cure airflow monitoring system

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Wind-Probe LLC (Andover, MA, US) has developed an eight-channel, high-temperature airflow monitor, the Model 100, to assess the cure progress of carbon fiber composites in an oven environment.

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Wind-Probe LLC (Andover, MA, US) has developed an eight-channel, high-temperature airflow monitor, the Model 100, to assess the cure progress of carbon fiber composites in an oven environment. Wind-Probe says it has successfully demonstrated its prototype Model 100 in a customer oven curing honeycomb blocks dipped in resin at temperatures up to 375°F/191°C. Model 100 is designed to monitor airflow from 0 to 500 ft/min in curing ovens at temperatures up to 400°F/204°C. A production version of Model 100 is expected later this year.

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