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Alcan Composites and Cyclics to Jointly Develop Advanced Composite Products

16 September 2002

Alcan Composites, part of Alcan Inc and Cyclics Corp. are working together to develop CBT resins for structural composite applications.

The material development activities will be focused on developing various Cyclics resins as structural composite materials targeting the construction, infrastructure, and other industries. Alcan Composite's development team has been working with experts from Cyclics to determine how the material can best be incorporated in new structural composite applications. Alcan Composites is a global leader in the composites market, with operations in Europe, North and South America and China, and has 40 years of experience in products ranging from lightweight foam sheets, rigid plastic foam sheets to aluminum composite panels, sandwich core material, structural components and prefabricated modules for the transportation industry. Alcan Composites, as have Cyclics, have had success working on a variety of processing methodologies to make both products and intermediate products.





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