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E&F Expand into RIM/DCPD process

16 December 2007

E&F Composites has added the RIM/DCPD (Telene) process to the moulding capabilities at their Hartlepool site.

RIM/DCPD technology provides alternative solutions for the moulding of large, complex components which are lightweight, have a balance of stiffness and impact strength, chemical resistance, fast cycle times and moderate tooling costs.

This development compliments the existing range of processes and materials currently in the E&F product portfolio, including RTM, VARTM, RIM, SRIM and Spray-Hand lay up

E&F Composites are a Tier 1 supplier with over 30 years experience supplying to a wide range of markets with particular strengths in off-highway, automotive, agricultural, leisure, marine and industrial markets.





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