Renegade Materials Corp.
3363 S Tech Blvd.
Miamisburg , OH 45342 US
Teijin Holdings USA Inc.
Renegade Materials Facility in Miamisburg, Ohio
Renegade Materials is Ready to Support Your Production Requirements for High Temperature Aerospace Prepregs, Resins and Adhesives
Renegade Materials manufactures thermoset resins, prepregs and adhesives for the aerospace industry with extensive expertise in high temperature BMI's and Polyimides. At Renegade Materials, we have innovative products that can meet your demanding performance requirements for aircraft and engine structures. We have recently completed several key qualifications of our BMI and Polyimide products at major jet engine OEM's. Products like RM-3002, our equivalent to the industry standard BMI prepreg system and RM-1100, our non-MDA 700oF service polyimide prepreg which is quickly replacing legacy polyimides like PMR-15 in the field, are now in high volume production. Renegade Materials maintains key quality certifications like ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100D and is Nadcap accredited for Prepreg Manufacturing (AC7124) as well as Nonmetallic Materials Testing (AC7122). We are excited about our rapid growth and expansion plans. However, we have not forgotten our valued customers. Our focus on lot to lot consistency and on-time delivery is more important than ever. If you call or email Renegade Materials, we will respond to your requests promptly and thoroughly. We continue to provide quotes quickly and offer reasonable minimum order quantities and lead-times whenever possible. In our 10th year of business, we are proud of how far we have come with our current customers and opportunities and look forward to discussing our product offerings with new customers. Please contact us or visit our website for additional information about Renegade Materials' products.
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