Engineered Fibers Technology LLC

88 Long Hill Cross Rd.
Shelton , CT 06484 US

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Michelman to partner with AZL Aachen GmbH
Michelman’s latest move is part of its partnership strategy to further advance and improve composite development throughout the industry.

Michelman announces partnerships with EFT and Mafic
This past week, Michelman announced that it will partner with Engineered Fibers Technology LLC (EFT, Shelton, CT, US) and with Mafic (Kells, County Meath, Ireland and Shelby, NC, US) to increase the performance and surface characteristics of its fibers and composites.

CAMX 2017 preview: Engineered Fibers Technology
Engineered Fibers Technology LLC (EFT, Shelton, CT, US) is exhibitign a range of its precision short-cut fibers with lengths of 0.10 mm to several centimeters.

Product Categories of Engineered Fibers Technology LLC

Abaca
Aramid
Aramid, Chopped strand
Aramid, Other
Aramid/glass hybrid, Other
Basalt
Basalt, Chopped strand
Basalt, Other
Boron
Carbon, Chopped strand
Carbon, Mat, chopped strand
Carbon, Milled fibers
Carbon, Other
Carbon, PAN-based
Carbon, pitch-based
Carbon, rayon-based
Carbon/aramid hybrid, Chopped strand
Carbon/aramid hybrid, Other
Carbon/glass hybrid, Chopped strand
Carbon/glass hybrid, Milled fibers
Carbon/glass hybrid, Other
Ceramic
Ceramic, Chopped strand
Ceramic, Other
C-glass, Chopped strand
C-glass, Other
Conductive
Consulting, materials
Consulting, process development
E-Glass
E-Glass, Chopped strand
E-Glass, Milled fibers
E-Glass, Other
Fibers, metallized
Flax
Materials analysis
Nylon
Other ceramic
Other inorganic fibers
Other natural fibers
Other organic fibers
Other, Chopped strand
Other, Mat, chopped strand
Other, Milled fibers
Other, Other
Poly p-phenylene-2,6-benzobisoxazole (PBO)
Polybenzimidazole (PBI)
Polyester
Polytheylene
Quartz
Silicon carbide
Sizings
Structural high-strength glass (S- and R-type)
Structural high-strength glass (S- and R-type), Chopped strand
Structural high-strength glass (S- and R-type), Other
Testing, materials
Ultrahigh-molecular-weight (UHMW) polyethylene