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11/9/2010

Continuous fiber-reinforced materials

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Rhodia has introduced Evolite by Technyl, a range of polyamide-based continuous fiber reinforced materials for transportation, industrial and consumer applications.

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Rhodia (Paris, France) has introduced Evolite by Technyl, a product line of continuous fiber-reinforced polyamides for transportation and industrial and consumer applications, including transport seating, car bumper beams and front-end structures, racing bicycle frames, window frames and tanks. The material features what the company says is the lowest viscosity of any polyamide, which allows fiber volume fractions as high as 62 percent. Available as recyclable prepreg fabrics or consolidated plates, Evolite can be made of glass, carbon and other continuous fibers.

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