Honeywell Advanced Fibers and Composites
15801 Woods Edge Rd.
Colonial Heights , VA 23834 US
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Antiballistic composites: Course corrections
Changes in the military theater are rewriting the script for composites in ballistic protection applications.
Antiballistics: Better defense, less expense
Armor applications grow on the strength of new markets, new composite materials.
Structural armor or armored structures?
Either way, antiballistics engineers seek structural integrity and ballistic deterrence from a single design.
Hybrid Enhanced Combat Helmet enters final testing phase
The U.S. Army and Marine Corps are conducting final validation testing of the U.S. military’s next-generation — and radically new — thermoplastic composite Enhanced Combat Helmet (ECH).
CompositesWorld's 2009 High-Performance Fibers Conference Highlights
CW’s 3rd annual HPF event sheds fiber light on armor, structural health monitoring and energy harvesting for the war fighter.
Antiballistics: Composites in the cross hairs
An increasing quantity and variety of fiber/polymer solutions are stopping bullets and blast debris in armored ground vehicles and stationary structures.
Friction products: Carbon fiber stopping power
Low weight, thermal shock resistance, and extreme strength drive growth of carbon-reinforced friction products and materials in brake applications.
In Situ Manufacturing: Pipe Relining in Demanding, Corrosive Environments
Onsite technology offers continuous manufacture and insertion of new high-performance pipe, without excavation and replacement.
The Art of Armor Development
Composites are playing a bigger role in antiballistic systems designed to defuse a host of weapons, including improvised explosive devices.
New dimensions in sailing
A one-piece airfoil with a flexible 3-D carbon composite structure captures the performance sailing market.
Composites on the frontlines
Armored vehicle applications on the ground and in the air fuel a growing, evolving market forhigh-performance materials.
New Options In Personal Ballistic Protection
Emerging materials and processing techniques expand choices for manufacturers of vests, helmets and shields.