16 November 2001
16 November 2001
The First Piece of Carbon Fibre Galvanothermy Carpeting in China Anshan Municipal Lishan Fuli Factory has succeeded in the research of carbon fibre far-forth infrared physical therapy galvanothermy carpeting.
It has filled up the blank in China and has gained the new type practicality patent of China.According to the report by CCTV, Anshan Municipal Lishan Fuli Factory has been using the traditional resistance threads to produce galvanothermy carpeting. The products of this kind possesses the risks of creepage and inducing fire. So the products have been short of competitive abilities. Therefore Lishan Fuli Factory takes measures to develop new products to promote the updating of the products. They utilize the carbon fibre to replace resistance thread to make galvanothermy carpeting through the cooperation with State Carbon Fibre Research Center. Finally they have solved the problem on the meet between metal and nonmetal. They have succeeded in making the first piece of carbon fibre galvanothermy carpeting in China. The galvanothermy carpeting of this kind not only possess the advantages of saving energy and safety, but also can put up assistant therapy to fleshes.
Sumitomo Chemical reports that its polyethersulfone (PES) micro-powder additive SumikaExcel 5003P boosts fracture toughness and resistance to micro-cracking for fibre reinforced epoxy composites over a broad temperature range without negatively impacting dimensional stability, flame/smoke/toxicity (FST), creep resistance, modulus, impact, or yield strength.
Renault, Webasto, ARRK-Shapers and Polyscope Polymers won the People’s Choice award for the most innovative composite part at the 18th annual Automotive Composites Conference & Exhibition (ACCE) sponsored by the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE).
ZSK will hold its bi-annual technology showcase on 21-22 September 2018 at its Krefeld, Germany, headquarters. The Embroidery Technology Show assembles more than 25 exhibitors from around the world to discuss emerging trends in the embroidery manufacturing industry and demonstrate the latest products produced using techniques such as tailored fibre placement (TFP) or smart textiles.