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6/1/2012

Polyamide prepregs and preconsolidated plates

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Rhodia Engineering Plastics introduced Evolite by Technyl, an extension of its range of Technyl polyamide compounds.

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Rhodia Engineering Plastics (Lyon, France) introduced Evolite by Technyl, an extension of its range of Technyl polyamide compounds. This series of continuous fiber-reinforced materials is available in recyclable matrix, preimpregnated fabrics and preconsolidated plates. Compatible fibers include carbon, glass and aramid. It features good crash resistance, high compressive and tensile strength and good fluidity. End-use markets include automotive and transportation, construction and sports and leisure.  

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